What does "home" mean to you, exactly? Is it the same for all of us? The answer may lie in a new touring exhibition that kicks off in London on 18 May, to showcase the work of sixteen of the world's leading photographers who hope to define what they believe is "home".
Starting at The Vinyl Factory on Poland Street, Home has been organised by Fujifilm and Magnum Photos and will tour six other cities, from Paris and Tokyo to Köln and New York City with Italy and China in between.
"Home is not only defined as a space for physical living; it holds various other associations that are emotional, biological, cultural and societal," explains Magnum. "These 16 photographers have been given an open brief to explore the subject through their own individual practices, the resulting work reflecting their personal take on a subject that we all record photographically."
Who's involved? Expect work from Antoine d'Agata, Olivia Arthur, Jonas Bendiksen, Chien-Chi Chang, Thomas Dworzak, Elliott Erwitt, David Alan Harvey, Hiroji Kubota, Alex Majoli, Trent Parke, Gueorgui Pinkhassov, Mark Power, Moises Saman, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Alec Soth and Alex Webb. Here, we share some examples of the work that will be on display. To see it in the flesh, check out where the exhibition will be touring next via home-magnum.com.