Painting for those who can not see.
“No touching.” You’ve probably heard this phrase a lot in the museum or art gallery, while keeping your feet behind the yellow line. And it is against her that Roy Nachum shoots her colors.
The Israeli painter, who now lives and works in New York, prints Braille messages in his paintings, making parts of blind appreciable. It breaks, so the old commandment of arts circuit: can see but not touch. For it is only in the ring that the aesthetic experience of their work is revealed in full.
Entitled Parallel Realities, a series of paintings that you see below uses this technique characteristic of Nachum, bringing to the fore animals and children in a direct confrontation - and why not symbolic.
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