In 1984, the American photographer Anthony Hernandez shot the city of Los Angeles, specifically Rodeo Drive, known for its fancy shops. Through the attitudes and emotions Hernandez captured, the viewer discovers an era, a style, and state of mind. Rodeo Drive, 1984 is a subtly rendered sketch of the consumerist world.
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