Anthony Hernandez - Rodeo Drive, 1984


Rodeo Drive, 1984 is a book depicting a series of 41 photographs of shoppers on Beverly Hills' infamous Rodeo Drive shopping strip. American artist Anthony Hernandez uses these photographs to explore human agency, social relationships and taboos such as economic disparity and racial divide in the social landscape of LA during the 1980s. Whilst working in the 1970s, Hernandez participated in the landmark exhibition The Crowded Vacancy at the Pasadena Art Museum (1971), which, quire pivotally, introduced a new type of American landscape photography to the wider populace.

96 pages, 30 x 30 cm, clothbound hardcover with tipped-in image, MACK (London).