Domestic Architecture: BUILDING HOME, BUILDING HOPE
We're looking at photographs ahead of our Photography Exhibit, BUILDING HOME, BUILDING HOPE in collaboration with the Coshocton, Ohio chapter of Habitat for…
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Pomerene Center for the Arts
The American Dream: A Biography - TIME
This photo of the "family of 4" standing in front of their home on what could be any street in America, illustrates Jon Meachams June 21, 2012 article in Time Magazine, "Keeping the Dream Alive." Ideas of home for us here in America are never far from the ideals of the American Dream.
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Moscow. Communal interior designed in the 1930's. The photo was taken in 2007 by Richard Pare with project funding from the Graham Foundation. The light filtering into the warm, dark interior reflects off the small objects of daily life and speaks of the people that called this room home.
Online Exhibitions : The Residency
Beryl White's bedroom at the Residency in Sikkim India, taken by Beryl White between 1901 & 1903–obviously a much grander residency than most of us think of as home. However, the intimacy of the objects and photographs cluttering the mantel and wall speaks of this space being very much home to an English woman living far from home.
NOVA | World in the Balance | Material World
This image of a Material World, by photojournalist Peter Menzel: images of families in front of their dwellings with all (or nearly all) of their possessions. This is the Wu family in rural Yunnan Province, China. Clicking on the pbs.org link will give you access to additional photographs from Menzel's Material World project.