Equinox Gallery (Vancouver) presents a solo exhibition of early color street photographs (1953 to 1984) by Vancouver-based photographer Fred Herzog (born 1930). This will be the first time Herzog's work has been exhibited in Los Angeles. Fred Herzog's ascent in the art world has been most unusual; his first exhibition at age 76 was a major retrospective held at the Vancouver Art Gallery in 2007. He has exhibited widely since then, including exhibitions at The National Gallery of Canada (solo), C/O Berlin (solo), Laurence Miller Gallery (solo), and Somerset House (London, UK). His work was further brought to art world prominence by Jeff Wall in Herzog's monograph published in 2011.
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