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Dorothea Lange's Home of rural rehabilitation client, Tulare County, California.

The Vancouver Art Gallery’s dedication to the presentation of visual culture rings true with its new exhibition Cabin Fever, a summer-appropriate follow up to 2013’s Grand Hotel: Redesigning Modern Life. The show examines the history of the North American cabin as an architectural form and traces its evolution as a cultural construct, from “Shelter” to “Utopia” and the current-day “Porn” – as in the website Cabin Porn, a visually robust example of the not-so-humble structure’s place in popular culture. Cabin Fever runs until Sept. 30.