Presenting the first retrospective to examine the work and career of California artist Larry Sultan. Organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), the exhibition explores this influential photographer's 35-year career, from his early conceptual and collaborative projects in the 1970s to his solo, documentary-style photographs. Resonating throughout Sultan's work are themes of home and family, as well as the construction of identity, facade and storytelling.
This traveling retrospective of internationally recognized California photographer Larry Sultan presents more than 200 photographs from his 35-year career, including a range of collaborative projects with conceptual artist Mike Mandel, as well as “Study Hall,” a room offering an immersive glimpse into the artist’s process. Sultan’s intimate images consider family and domesticity at close range.