This time, you can touch the art. Artist Roy Nachum writes Braille messages in raised gesso pixels with a pallet knife on large canvases. Then, he paints boy kings, rabbit giants and seas of hands with oil on top. What a nifty idea! Braile-reading poetry snobs may want to lower their expectations though.
But, hey, anyone who seeks to satisfy the gallery art experience or pornography consumption needs of the blind are a-ok in my book. “Blind Exhibition,” Roy Nachum, Nov 17 – Nov 26, Joseph Nahmad Contemporary, NYC