Bollards, a solo exhibit by Daniel Friedman

A new exhibit titled “Bollards,” a solo exhibit by Daniel Friedman, opened January 8 at Five15Arts @ Chartreuse at 1301 NW Grand Ave. in Phoenix.

Artist Daniel Friedman

Trump’s border wall “is a taxpayer-subsidized monument to xenophobia and ignorance. The flimsy justifications for the ineffective wall, based on racism, cruelty and an idiotic campaign promise,” inspired the series of Friedman’s eleven Bollards paintings.

Each painting is acrylic on a 30-inch by 60-inch wood panel, and when all eleven paintings are displayed, the installation will be thirty feet wide.

A companion series, Color Barrier, alters the American flag by underlaying the traditional colors with colors that symbolize the varied groups of people marginalized by bigotry, racism and prejudice in the United States. 

Gallery Hours will depend on the severity of the pandemic. Visitors must be masked and socially distanced. 

Thursdays     2:00pm until 5:00pm

Fridays          5:00pm until 8:00pm

Saturdays      2:00pm until 5:00pm

Sundays        2:00pm until 5:00pm

Daniel Friedman’s websiteFacebook and Instagram: @mrdhfaz

Covid-19 safety measures: A mask/face covering is required for gallery entry, there will be a 5-guest limit in the gallery at any one time. Please maintain social distancing during your visit. Door handles and other often-touched surfaces will be cleansed throughout open business hours. If you are ill, stay home. We appreciate your patronage and we support keeping the community healthy.

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