From Sammy Mack’s story for WLRN:

When Richard Blanco read his inaugural poem, “One Today,” one of the friends cheering him from afar was South Florida painter John Bailly.

Bailly and Blanco met nearly 20 years ago and bonded over a shared interest in cultural identity. The conversations between friends led to “Place of Mind,” a collaboration of paintings and poems that has been on display in South Florida and is now on its way to New York.

Bailly spoke to WLRN about culture, identity and working with Blanco to create the collection of images.

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View John Bailly’s series, “Place of Mind”
Browse all of John Bailly’s work at ClampArt