Friday, March 12, 2010


Top notch exhibitions showcase art work that tells a story beyond what your eyes can see. This is the case with DAC's current photography exhibition, "Battlefields" by Nebojsa Seric-Shoba. What look like standard landscape photographs are actually the backdrops for mass blood shed through out the ages. Locations range from Troy, Gernika and San Antonio (the site of the Alamo).

It amazes me that only 233 years ago the Battle of Brooklyn was fought on ground right near the DAC gallery. This was the largest battle of the entire conflict off of Long Island and the first battle American soldiers engaged in after declaring themselves a nation. No wonder our street was named WASHINGTON STREET .

Exhibition Dates: March 6- April 25, 2010