Blind Photographers

"Sight Unseen" features the work of 12 prominent blind photographers

Blind Photographers

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The University of California-Riverside Museum of Photography's new "Sight Unseen" exhibit features the work of 12 prominent blind photographers based around the globe. "This inherently conceptual work proposes a surprisingly central thesis - blind photographers possess the clearest vision on the planet," the museum said in a statement. The exhibit opened May 2 and runs through Aug. 29.

Mexican photographer Gerardo Nigenda uses a Braille writer to inscribe text into his photographs -- "sounds, memories, murmurs, impressions, comments, reports" -- in order to link the realms of sight and blindness. (?? by the artist, courtesy of UCR/California Museum of Photography)
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