It seems destined that Roy Nachum’s show 'Open Your Eyes' would be at the Joseph Nahmad Contemporary Gallery in downtown New York City (450 West 14th Street, NY). Rather than a traditional white box gallery, this is a complete raw space, with exposed brick and an empty warehouse vibe providing an unassuming backdrop for Nachum’s detailed pieces. With a focus on perception and a common theme of how a subjective point of view can be limited, the raw brick and abandoned building feel instantly makes the art the star. Simply put, it is a stunning sight. Yet, once you enter, you realize there is so much more to this art experience than what can be seen. As Yatzer reviewed at the opening of the show in May, 'Open Your Eyes' is 32-year old Nachum’s second exhibition; a show that explores how humans look at art and what the art experience might be like for the visually impaired. Inspired by braille signs in the stairwells of a museum, Nachum began to think about the art itself; if one cannot touch it how can the visually impaired appreciate the art and furthermore how can this understanding enhance the art adventure for a person with sight - who’s very perceptions and experiences in life have infringed on their point of view? In fact, the more we learned about Roy Nachum’s process it becomes evident that nothing is an accident in his pieces. They are carefully thought out, painstakingly detailed, and cerebral yet, layered with meaning and emotion.