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What Was Once Familiar: The Vision & Art Project's Tenth Anniversary Benefit Exhibition
Celebrating ten years of raising awareness about vision loss in the lives of artists

The National Arts Club
Gramercy Park, NYC
March 20 – April 26, 2024


Artwork Available Online

March 20 - December 31

Our National Arts Club exhibition will showcase the work of distinguished contemporary and historical artists with vision loss due to macular degeneration.

Proceeds will support the American Macular Degeneration Foundation (AMDF), the Vision & Art Project’s parent organization. A percentage of sales will also support artists with vision loss who have contributed artwork to the show.

AMDF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that educates the public about macular degeneration, supports patients and their families, and invests in research to find a cure. Additionally, through the Vision & Art Project, it helps artists experiencing vision loss by bringing attention to their extraordinary lives and work. Your support will help AMDF continue its educational, advocacy, and research initiatives!

We are grateful to the following artists, artist estates, and organizations for making this exhibition possible:
The American Macular Degeneration Foundation (AMDF)
Cade Tompkins Projects / The Estate of Thomas Sgouros
Drew Saunders / Newman & Saunders Galleries (representing the work of Serge Hollerbach)
Keith & Cordelia Oehmig, Wiscasset Bay Gallery (representing the work of William Thon)
The Estate of Lennart Anderson
Robert Birmelin
Robert Andrew Parker
Philip Perkis
Tim Prentice
Erika Marie York

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