, a group art exhibit, that is a
conversation on perception and perspective through the naked eye. The exhibition is all
centered around the organization The Lighthouse of Broward, and its cause for the visually
impaired community that will run through early November 2017 at 3472 NE 12th Terrace,
Oakland Park, Florida.
The exhibit features print work, sculptures, and multimedia pieces from acclaimed artists
and photographers, who explore themes of prejudice, gender issues, immigration, and
physical impairment. An accompanying public reception held on Saturday, Nov. 4, will give
the artists, as well as other members of The Lighthouse of Broward, a chance to talk about
their work in depth.
The featured artists include Carlos Cesar Alves, Dana Blickensderfer, Jonatas Chimen, and
Dana Blickensderfer, founder of Provoke Art and co-founder of iBoss Advertising, works
currently comment on a fascination with Egyptian art, Arabic symbolism, and in European
modernism which helps bring her concerns for womanhood, intersectional feminism, and
women in business, to light."
Working Woman I, 2017, oil-on-canvas, 48×60 in
Working Woman II, 2017, Oil on Canvas, 48×60 in
Working Woman III, 2017, Oil on Canvas, 48×60 in
Working Woman IV, 2017, Mixed media on Canvas, 20×30 in