Landscapes for the Homeless.
Photographs by Anthony Hernandez. Interview by Lewis Baltz.
Sprengel Museum Hannover, Hanover, English, 1996. In Germany. 88 pp., 51 color and 2 black-and-white illustrations, 9½x9½".

Anthony Hernandez has become known over the last twenty years as a creator of a unique blend of social commentary, urban documentary, and landscape photography. This is a book of portraits--not of people, but of places: the habitats of the homeless in Los Angeles. Hernandez paints a vivid picture of American social irresponsibility in the volatile setting of an urban wasteland.

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