What better captures a person's essence than his own home? Where we live , fro may of us, is what we are, how we want the world to perceive us; of the converse, how we conceive the world to be. Our homes are our castles, our domains, our safety.
Photographer Amy Arbus explores this relationship between people and their abodes in NO PLACE LIKE HOE. Arbus traveled to New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Albuquerque searching for unique people in unexpected places. Each photograph tells its own story. Arbus' sympathetic eye reveals the ambitions and accomplishments of people.
A visual feast and a discerning look at Americans' dreams, NO PLACE LIKE HOME offers a canny glimpse into the most visible symbol of the human psyche.