Vault Gallerie believes that art is one of the best ways to connect children and adults on the autism spectrum. Art empowers communities by offering a window into the way autistic children and adults perceive our world and gives viewers the chance to understand, transcend, and work together to create a better and more humane future.
Artist's will have the opportunity to have their work showcased in Vault Gallerie. One of the main goals of the exhibition is to have many creative voices heard through their art by as broad an audience as possible. Artists on the autism spectrum continue to enrich our lives and experiences, and we are proud to present platforms from which they can be recognized for their achievements and gifts.
Part of the proceeds will be donated to Autism Speaks
If interested please email Delilahmartinez@vaultgallerie - Submissions must be in by March 1, 2018
Paris was the first city that artist Nolis Anderson ever stepped foot on outside of North America. The city that reawakened his love for photography at a time when a creative rut prompted Nolis to make a change. In his case, making a change meant booking a flight. France was the first stop on his European escapades and in leaving familiar surroundings—his hometown of Chicago—Nolis found what he had lost and what every artist subsists upon: inspiration. “Dans Ces Rues” is a collection of moments that Nolis encountered while walking the streets of Paris, where mundane scenes invited him into an exciting, new world he was discovering through his lens. Meaning “In These Streets” in French, “Dans Ces Rues” shows the beauty of the ordinary, which to the artist, was not ordinary at all.