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[The Guardian] The big picture: when all roads led to LA
« on: August 11, 2020, 07:04:53 AM »
The big picture: when all roads led to LA

Photographer Dotan Saguy captures an American family’s existence in a former school bus

More than 16,000 people in Los Angeles live in cars, vans and buses. Some are part of the “schoolie” movement, families who have bought an old school bus and converted it into a mobile home.

Photographer Dotan Saguy met Ismael and Greice Reis and their three children on the first day they arrived in the city in 2019 in their yellow school bus. Ismael and Greice were Mormons, originally from Brazil. The kids were aged two, five and 10. Saguy spent most of the year photographing the family as they tried to survive in LA in their bus. His book Nowhere to Go But Everywhere documents their progress.

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