Divided Portraits Identity and DisabilityAuthor:
Pub Date: 2007
Publisher: Umbrage Editions
Summary: In human interactions, the head, indeed, the eyes, is always the first thing seen. For people with disabilities what is first is the chair, implying to many able-bodied people that the disabled are different. Hilary Cooper's 'Divided Portraits' are painted to challenge this misconception in a deeply visual and emotional way.
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