The Daily Pic (Venice Biennale Edition): Artur Zmijewski presents the work of sightless painters as futile, and necessary.
The blind woman stood motionless, with closely compressed lips and eyes that stared in their sightless fixity.
His eyes were dull, even as are the eyes of sightless bronze Buddhas.
He was staring straight across the room with the sightless look of one whose mind is far away.
His eyes did not move from her face; but they looked almost like sightless eyes.
And then he kissed the pale lips and closed the sightless eyes—in peace.
If a bird sang in the air above her, she lifted her sightless eyes.
Not a soul was abroad in the midday heat, and the windows of the long house opposite were sightless.
But deathly pallor and staring, sightless eyes were the sole reply.
Alice lifted her downcast, blushing face, while the tears rolled gently from her beautiful, sightless eyes.