“Houses and interiors have played a huge role in my life. Though they’ve taken a lot of my time, working on them has been a vital part of my art work. They’ve taught me a great deal about space and light and color. And because I’ve never had any money, but have always wanted to have art, my houses have taught me about looking. My houses have been laboratories where I’ve had visual encounters that I wouldn’t have had any other way. Henry comes out of that experience.” —Nancy Shaver
Henry at Home presents photographs of objects from Henry—a shop in Hudson, NY, run by Nancy Shaver—as they appear in the homes of the people who purchased them. In addition to these photographs, taken by the objects’ new owners, Henry at Home includes artwork by Nancy Shaver, an introduction by Lucy Raven, and an interview between Shaver and Steel Stillman.