The meanings associated with the word “home” are as varied as dwellings themselves. For some, home is a place to put down roots, a place of safety and comfort; for others, it is simply a place to hang their hat. A home can extend beyond structural walls to include yards, streets, and the culture of a whole town. Everyone, for better or for worse, has a place they think of as home, a place where personal histories are shaped and life is lived. For “At Home,” Don’t Take Pictures presents photographs that explore the wide array of environments that people call home.
This gallery was featured from August 26, 2015 to November 24, 2015. See our other previous exhibitions as well.