dis An art exhibition

An image of red hand on gold background

Beacons: Red Hand 5 copyright by Annie Leist

I was struck by the painting “Beacons” by artist Annie Leist; she captures the red pedestrian signal light as a beacon, and also paints other images from the city streets. This is also true for me,
As I slowly lose my vision all I might see is this lighted red hand as I walk up the street.

Next weekend is Disability Pride Parade weekend and there will be artist talks, Saturday July 8, 2017 at the exhibition of dis, a group exhibition featuring work by several artists experiencing and exploring disability.

Saturday, July 8, 2017 : Artist talk at dis the inaugural exhibition of Art Beyond Sight’s
Art and Disability Institute
The Gallery at Industry City, 274 36th St., Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY 11232

Julia Yepez
12:30 pm
Artist talk

Emilie Gossiaux and Annie Leist
1:00 – 2:30 pm

Verbal description tour including their work.

Anthony Ptak
3:00 pm
Performance piece
Gordon Sasaki
4:00 pm
Touch tour

Gema Alava
5:00 pm
“Inspiring Audiences,” a performative and interactive lecture.
June 22 – July 22, 2017
Gallery Hours: Wed-Sat noon-6pm, and by appointment

three paintings, each of a diffrent wheelchair

The paintings by artist Gordon Sasaki, each of a wheelchair against a colorful patterned background gave me a new perspective on the interesting idea of a wheelchair as a subject, and its importance to the artist for mobility.

Art Beyond Sight
Dedalus foundation
Disability Pride Org

1 Comment

  1. Frank Shifreen

    Very interesting Dana

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