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 Three Haitian Art Exibitions Opened in Fall 2012:

Denison University Museum, Granville, Ohio

Resistance and Resiliency in Haitian Art: Selections from the Figge Art Museum

September 14, 2012 - December 08, 2012



'In Extremis: Death and Life in 21st-Century Haitian Art'

Opens at the Fowler Museum on September 16

 The Fowler Museum exhibition at UCLA from Sept. 16, 2012, through Jan. 20, 2013, demonstrates how leading Haitian visual artists are producing an enthralling, sometimes unsettling body of work that confronts these hardships head-on.



Nottingham Contemporary 

  • Weekday Cross
  • Nottingham
  • NG1 2GB UK

Kafou: Haiti, Art and Vodou

20 Oct 2012 - 06 Jan 2013





     Fashion designer Donna Karan has partnered with artist Philippe Dodard for a project exploring the cultural heart of Haiti.

The Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami brings together dresses from Karan’s collection and Dodard’s graphic ink wash paintings to form a small exhibit. The Luminous Breath of the Human Spirit: Donna Karan and Philippe Dodard is on view at MOCA’s lobby gallery through June 20.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/05/22/2810971/donna-karan-philippe-dodard-collaborate.html#storylink=cpy








Haitian Masters


March 9 - April 14, 2012


Edward Thorp Gallery is pleased to announce Haitian Masters; an exhibition showcasing the paintings of four self-taught artists never before shown together in New York. The work of Wesner La Forest, Peterson Laurent, Odilon Pierre, Bourmond Byron manifest their originality through a compellingly expressive visual language. This exhibit celebrates themes both universal and particularly Haitian; the rich cultural landscape of daily life in Haiti emerges, with its rituals and folklore, creating a detailed and poignant portrait of Haiti, its single-mindedness, resourcefulness and faith.

210 Eleventh Avenue, Sixth Floor, New York, NY 10001

6,000 sq.ft. space on the sixth floor of the Baron building at 210 Eleventh Avenue in Chelsea



Outsider Art Fair in NYC  -- January 27-29 2012





From Here to Haiti Art Show  

January 14 2012

You are cordially invited to an Art Show Fundraiser with FROM HERE TO HAITI- Saturday Jan 14, 2011 from 9m to 9pm at 14-46 Utopia Parkway, Whitestone, NY 11357 . It will take place in the studio of artist Patricia Brintle. This show features the works of over 30 international and Haitian artists, many of them living in NY. This is an opportunity to meet the artists, help Haiti, and obtain a wonderful new piece of art at the same time.


The proceeds will benefit the repairs of St Jean Baptiste Church in Anse d'Hainault, Haiti.

From HERE TO HAITI is a not-profit corporation whose purpose is to raise funds for the benefit of the people of Haiti by repairing non-governmental buildings used for public assembly, in particular Catholic and/r Christian churches and their related structures and by the creation of local employment opportunities for the people of Haiti through that repair work.




October 13, 2011 -- February 19, 2012 Restoring the Spirit:

Celebrating Haitian Art

 At the Figgie Art Museum

Davenport, Iowa


 As the home of one of the oldest collections of Haitian art, the Figge has benefited from the creativity and vitality of the Haitian people. The exhibition Restoring the Spirit—Celebrating Haitian Art pays homage to Haiti’s longstanding visual traditions and the indomitable spirit of the Haitian people in the face of adversity.



November 4, 2011 -- December 24, 2011

Haitian Art Beat !

A Celebration and Exhibition

 At Konbit for Haiti 521 NE 81st Street

Little Haiti, Miami FL


 Sponsored by Konbit for Haiti, and curated by Jeff Rogers of Epple Seed Arts, in association with Beyond Borders, Haitian Art Beat hopes to raise $5,000.00 to help people build movements in Haiti and abroad to liberate themselves from isolation and oppression.  Proceeds will also be used to continue trade with Haitian artists and to promote artistic exchanges between Haiti and the United States.Featuring works created since the January 12, 2010 earthquake that devastated Haiti, this exhibition showcases works by artists from the artist’s community of Croix des Bouquets.

Contact Information:

Epple Seed Arts:  Jeff Rogers, 305 439 4540:  j.rogers@beyondborders.net (For press contacts, more information on exhibit or private showings.)

Konbit for Haiti:  Athena Jones, 786 358 0565:  info@konbitforhaiti.org (For more information on location and hours.)

Location:  Konbit for Haiti 521 NE 81st Street.  In Biscayne Plaza shopping Center off 79th Street





Last Updated April 23  2013