Sage Gallon - Sage Gallon is an America Contemporary painter, photographer, and recording artist from Long Island whose work has been shown at the African American Museum in Philadelphia 2015 “ Found God in Myself” for the 40th Anniversary commemorative show of Ntozake Shange “ For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/ When the Rainbow is Enuf”, Miami's Art Basel in 2016 and Nebula in 2013 at the Santa Monica Hangar. Gallon’s Work focuses on reconstructing the identity of the black community and humanity as a whole, highlighting socially destitute individuals as a reminder of social injustice through the use of several mediums. “The medium is part of the expression Poetry spawns from emotions. Painting from the spirit. Photography is spawned from consciousness, by capturing a real moment that will not be duplicated because it’s so visceral he highlights things we choose to diminish. The Foundation of who I am has always been consistent through homelessness, affliction and success. Music is an extension of my poetry Videos an extension of photography where I can be more visceral and construct the characters written in pen paper and paint.” Gallon’s critically acclaimed and Award Winning photography and filmography have been recognized by and been published in various periodicals from from the Huffington Post to DTLA Life Magazine “ 2018 Best DTLA Documentary Presentation for Queens and King.” Sage has also been the subject of two Award Winning Documentaries. Sage Gallon’s Work, Paintings, Poetry and Photography reflect truth, humanity, and growth. Career Nebula- 2013, Los Angeles. Faces- 2014, Los Angeles. Construct- 2014, Los Angeles. Memphis University- 2015. Crack(s)- 2015 New York. (Doc.) ...Queens- 2015 (Trans Pride) Los Angeles. RoCks aNd HaRd PlaCes- 2015, New York. Dysona- Artist in Residence, 2016-2018. I Found God in Myself- 2016, AAMP, Philly.