75 Reasons to Live: Glen Helfand on Ed Ruscha

Writer, educator, and curator Glen Helfand speaks about Ed Ruscha’s book Thirty-four Parking Lots in Los Angeles from 1967. Helfand, a child of Southern California, finds a certain nostalgic romance in Ruscha’s abstracted take on the suburban California landscape.

 

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