My series on homeless couples is featured in the “Notions of Home” exhibition at Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle, Washington.
September 14 – December 10, 2017
Opening Reception: September 14, 6-8pm
Photographic Center Northwest
900 12th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Curated by Michelle Dunn Marsh
Notions of Home speaks to the complex realities of what home means for each individual, within our city, and in America today. “Home” encompasses a sense of identity that could be formed by blood, tribe, race, sexual orientation, gender, religion, or statehood; a geographic environment; a physical structure; our planet, and so much more. As many in our city face a scarcity of affordable living, or a change in paperwork and policies affecting their ability to call a place home, we look to photography to do what it does best: engage, reveal, provoke, and elucidate various viewpoints on this topic.
Featured Notions of Home artists include:
Corey Arnold, Will Austin, Tim Barney, Zack Bent, Erin Elyse Burns, Elinor Carruci, Adrain Chesser, Neil Chowdury, Annabel Clark, Elliott Erwitt, Joe Freeman, Paulo Gonzales, Cian Hayes, Daniel Hawkins, Thomas Holton, Eirik Johnson, Hiroyo Kaneko, Lisa Kereszi, Natalie Krick, Harini Krishnamurthy, Chris Letcher, Emily Hanako Momohara, Annie Marie Musselman, Canh Nguyen, Anna Ream, Jenny Riffle, Serrah Russell, Ross Sawyers, Rafael Soldi, María Sprowls, Peggy Washburn, Eva Sköld Westerlind, and others.
All photographs ©Annabel Clark