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Anthony Hernandez Reviewed in NY Times

"I am so glad that his work is finally getting the attention it deserves... It’s as tough as nails, but I think it comes out of a sensitivity."
-- Robert Adams, quoted in The New York Times


In the 25 years since Anthony Hernandez completed his seminal 1988-1991 Landscapes for the Homeless series, he has continued to photograph the sprawling fringe of Los Angeles. Featured image, from the 2002 Everything series, was made along the banks of the Los Angeles River, where Hernandez used to roam as a child, "playing along its man-made banks and in the enormous storm drains that feed it," according to SFMOMA retrospective curator Erin O'Toole. "What he found when he returned as an adult was both a waste dump and an alien world unto itself, a place where, as M.G. Lord puts it, 'more or less Everything' washes up, from leaves and dead birds to doll parts and clippings of human hair." Read more in this weekend's New York Times.

Anthony Hernandez

Anthony Hernandez

D.A.P./SAN FRANCISCO MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
Hbk, 9.5 x 11 in. / 280 pgs / 245 color.

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