The Museum of the City of New York has launched the inaugural photography triennial exhibition titled New York Now: Home. This exhibition features more than 100 works from 33 contemporary artists hailing from the city’s five boroughs. Its focus is on exploring the intricate concepts of shelter and belonging in New York City, examining the experiences of marginalized groups, such as immigrants, queer people of color, unhoused people, and chosen families. The exhibition’s architecture is characterized by a series of gabled roof frames that create a dynamic grid-like structure, with temporary walls forming smaller, thematic spaces. The typography of the exhibition is both dignified and expressive, with the word “New York” repeated in a lens-like configuration.