No Place Like Home is a collection of 50 photographic portraits and accompanying audio stories of Londoners in their homes, from tents to mansions.
Set against the backdrop of the housing crisis, No Place Like Home is an arresting glimpse into domestic space, investigating Londoners’ complex emotional relationships to their living situations.
The exhibition presents a cross section of the kinds of diverse living situations that exist today in the capital, and looks at the way we form homes and the unique relationships we have to them, whatever and wherever they may be, ultimately questioning what it means to be at home.
Jonathan Donovan is a commercial photographer who specializes in portraits. For Jonathan, photographs are a space in which to get close and observe people as they interact with each other and the world, in ways that would otherwise be hidden from view.