Daniel Heyman’s When Photographers are Blinded, Eagles’ Wings are Clipped is featured in the Kim Gallery at the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College as part of the exhibition In Residence: Contemporary Artists at Dartmouth. Daniel Heyman along with Subhanker Banjerjee and Sana Musasama gave artist presentations about their work at the opening events and reception.
From the Hood Museum of Art catalogue:
Organized in collaboration with the Studio Art Department, this exhibition celebrates the important history and legacy of the Artist-in-Residence Program at Dartmouth College, which began in 1931 when the Guatemalan painter Carlos Sánchez, Class of 1923, was invited back to campus on a year-long fellowship. The exhibition showcases the work of more than eighty artists who have participated in this acclaimed international program since that time, including Charles Burwell, Walker Evans, Louise Fishman, Donald Judd, Magdalene Odundo, José Clemente Orozco, Robert Rauschenberg, Alison Saar, Paul Sample, and Frank Stella, whose presence on campus has undoubtedly enhanced the vitality of the arts at Dartmouth.