Yesterday afternoon, I took a trip to Fountain Gallery, a venue that represents artists with mental illness. When I visited, the Midtown West gallery was gearing up for its big group exhibition [Un]Seen, which starts today. However, when I went, there were still several smaller pieces adorning the walls—including an eclectic mix of paintings, expressive black-and-white photographs and even a stained white T-shirt encased in glass with the word “FEELINGS” embroidered on the chest. The gallery’s current exhibition, the aforementioned [Un]Seen, examines the featured artists’ curiosity with the unseen—creating works through a number of different mediums that raise questions about thought, vision, social and political politics, metaphysical states of mind or spectacle as they relate to the human condition. The exhibition is on view thru July 10.