We were saddened to learn of the recent passing of Clara Diament Sujo, a pioneering art dealer and critic with galleries in Caracas and New York City. Among her many contributions to the art world, Sujo served as an important advocate of Hedda Sterne’s work and legacy in the last decades of Sterne’s working life, including her final years, when the artist was under-recognized and experienced diminished eyesight due to macular degeneration.
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One of the truly wonderful and life-changing experiences that we are grateful for in our work at the Vision and Art Project is the opportunity it affords to keep in touch with the increasing number of diverse and interesting visual artists that we have been profiling over the years.
Back in late 2016 we had the good fortune to connect with the richly prolific British artist Jenny Oldknow, who at the time was in the process of dramatically evolving her working methods and painting style to accommodate vision loss due to Stargardt’s disease, an early onset form of macular...read more
The Vision & Art Project’s summer 2018 exhibition, “The Persistence of Vision,” undertaken in collaboration with the University of Cincinnati’s DAAP Galleries, garnered national and international attention, shining a spotlight on the eight artists included in our show.