Noble people and beautiful places remembered in Second Life

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Nico Vichan: American Nobility - Sabra Art Gallery, May 2015 Nico Vichan: American Nobility – Sabra Art Gallery, May 2015

I’ve long admired and enjoyed the art and photography of both Nino Vichan and WuWai Chun. so given both currently have exhibitions being hosted at the Sabra Art Gallery, operated and curated by Kylie Sabra, I took the opportunity to hop over and tour both.

American Nobility, Nino’s exhibit, is a beautiful and powerful series of images of Native Americans, offering both a homage to their history and something of a reminder of their harsh treatment.

Nico Vichan: American Nobility - Sabra Art Gallery, May 2015 Nico Vichan: American Nobility – Sabra Art Gallery, May 2015

Walk through the two chambers displaying Nino’s work, and you’ll meet proud and dignified individuals, previously captured in images from a bygone era, and here given a new lease of life by Nino. Some you may recognise, such as Sitting Bull, in a familiar pose with his peace pipe in one hand. Other…

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