Kate Wolf | Los Angeles Review of Books | 16th February 2015
A retrospective of Californian photographer Larry Sultan opened this week. The linked piece from an earlier show profiles work that featured his parents. This work asks “what’s become of his family’s dreams of a house, a garden, and the good life out in sunny California. Home may be the place by which everywhere else is measured, but it’s more of a tracking point or idea than a possible destination.” More images are here.