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'Modern Color' shows how Fred Herzog captured an era in living color

Fred Herzog might not be a household name in the photography world, but his work holds its own against the likes of Walker Evans and offer lovely, quiet vignettes of everyday life on the streets of Vancouver, British Columbia, in the 1960s and ’70s. Herzog offers up a body of street photography created before it was a recognized genre.

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