Posted by StreetWise in From the Streets
by Dave Hamilton
David Weinberg photography presents “An Invisible Hand,” a thought-provoking art exhibition that explores the diverse experiences of poverty. The show is curated in collaboration with the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law, with all revenue supporting the organization and the contributing artists. The exhibition includes works by 96 Acres, Patricia Evans, Jeremiah Jones, Dave Jordano, Lisa Lindvay, Billy McGuinness, John Preus, David Schalliol, and Lisa Vinebaum. The exhibition engages many medias including photography, sculpture, video, and sound to show poverty from many perspectives. “The Shriver Center understands that the reality of poverty is unique to each individual experiencing it,” Curator Meg Noe said. “Similarly, an exhibition attempting to explore such complexities cannot be comprised of a single discipline or format. In attempting to illustrate the work of Shriver Center, this exhibition seeks to convey clear proof of the intricacies of poverty.” “An Invisible Hand” runs Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. until July 25 at David Weinberg Photography, 300 W. Superior Street #203, and is free to the public. Visit d-weinberg.com/aninvisblehand for more information.