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Freedom from Specificity
Robert Andrew Parker 4:50 pm, Edinburgh | 2012

Freedom from Specificity

This essay by Alice Mattison is from the catalog that accompanies our benefit exhibition, now on view at the National Arts Club.

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What Was Once Familiar: The Vision & Art Project’s Tenth Anniversary Benefit Exhibition, celebrates ten years of raising awareness about the impact of macular degeneration on art and artists. Work by Lennart Anderson, Robert Birmelin, Serge Hollerbach, Robert Andrew Parker, Philip Perkis, Tim Prentice, Thomas Sgouros, William Thon, and Erika Maria York is available to view (and purchase) online at our benefit website through December 31, 2024.

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