A Project of the Margaret Virginia Philip Endowment

Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College
September 3–December 12, 2020

Online and by appointment Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 12-5pm. Reserve your ticket for an in person visit here. Stay tuned for details on our virtual tour of the exhibition.

We have all searched for home. Some have found it, while for others it is a lifelong quest. In this century the entire interwoven globe has reeled from constant motion to arrested stop – and soon, back again — reacting to displacement – war – pandemic – violence – poverty – danger – climate – upheaval – politics – chaos – nature’s whims – disease. As the pendulum swings, some search for an ideal PLACE; others yearn for psychic or spiritual sanctuary. The search may be a physical progress or a journey of the spirit; the seeking may be voluntary or forced; tragic or hopeful. The goal is a better life and safety for ourselves and those we love – the security of HOME. Artists are sharing the quests – giving faces to the seekers – exploring the paths – joining the search. We know when we get there.

Featuring work by:
Dawn Williams Boyd
Beverly Buchanan
Yehimi Cambron
In Kyoung Chun
Ruth Franklin
Ruby Franklin
Ruwaida Ghanoum
Clementine Hunter
Marquetta Bell Johnson
Calvin Kimbrough
Grace Kisa
Macey Ley
The Mad Housers
Ethel Wright Mohamed
Sister Gertrude Morgan
Lynn Pollard
Jess Self
Jennifer Shaw
Bernice Sims
Daniel Troppy
Leila Ross Wilburn
Jamele Wright, Sr.