Toronto’s Izzy Gallery will present a retrospective exhibition of work from New York photographer Michael Dweck this fall. Opening November 17, the exhibition will feature works from Dweck’s latest series, Habana Libre, and from his acclaimed books and series, The End: Montauk N.Y. and Mermaids. His first major photography work, The End: Montauk N.Y., documented the surfing culture of that region, with its book form selling out in only two weeks. Dweck’s 2008 ethereal series and book, Mermaids, focused on the myth of the mermaid and theme of the female form in water. The artist will be in town for the opening exhibition which will coincide with the release of Habana Libre. Dweck’s photography has appeared in many publications, including Vanity Fair, Esquire, French Vogue, and The New York Times. His work was first showcased at Sotheby’s, New York, in 2003, in their first solo exhibition for a living photographer, and has been exhibited extensively throughout the world.