Saturday, October 12, 2013

Time Travel with Fred Herzog Part 1


Born in 1931, Fred Herzog's photographs capture extraordinary scenes of everyday life in the post-WWII era. Shot mainly in the environs of Vancouver, Herzog show us a place, time and subject matter we're not used to seeing in such vivid, lifelike color. Think of him as a latter-day Walker Evans with a roll of Kodachrome. We'll be posting a series of his images courtesy of Equinox Gallery.



Man with Bandage 1968




Boys Wrestling 1969




San Francisco 1962




2 White Cars 1969




Salvage Ass'n 1958




Man in Black Hat 1959




Red Stockings 1961



Foot of Main 1968




Prinz 1959




New World Confectionary 1965



Granville/Smyth 1959




Time Travel with Fred Herzog Part 1


Born in 1931, Fred Herzog's photographs capture extraordinary scenes of everyday life in the post-WWII era. Shot mainly in the environs of Vancouver, Herzog show us a place, time and subject matter we're not used to seeing in such vivid, lifelike color. Think of him as a latter-day Walker Evans with a roll of Kodachrome. We'll be posting a series of his images courtesy of Equinox Gallery.



Man with Bandage 1968




Boys Wrestling 1969




San Francisco 1962




2 White Cars 1969




Salvage Ass'n 1958




Man in Black Hat 1959




Red Stockings 1961



Foot of Main 1968




Prinz 1959




New World Confectionary 1965



Granville/Smyth 1959




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