The Suzanne Biederberg Gallery presents the first Dutch solo exhibition of photographer Désirée van Hoek. Van Hoek achieved international recognition in 2015 with her photobook Skid Row, an intimate portrait of the poorest neighbourhood of Los Angeles where thousands of homeless people live. In her book van Hoek focuses on portraits and possessions of the homeless, and on the buildings and structures which form their surroundings. A source of inspiration for her series was a study by the American Professor Larry Zimmerman about the material culture of the homeless. Over the past few years, van Hoek has returned to Skid...
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