Artist’s Talk: Edouard Duval Carrie

Thursday, February 20, 2014  Poster: The Other Revolution, Haiti 1789-1804  (PDF) Edouard Duval-Carrié, noted Haitian artist, will talk about his work in conjunction with the John Carter Brown Library’s spring 2014 exhibition, The Other Revolution, Haiti 1789-1804. About the artist: Edouard Duval-Carrié…

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Cogut Center Distinguished Visitor at Brown University

      The Cogut Center brings to the Brown community the most innovative and important new scholarship through various programs of short and longer-term fellowships for distinguished visitors. In April 2011, theCenter hosted this distinguished visitor: Edouard Duval-Carrié is considered…

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NYC-ARTS | Caribbean: Crossroads of the World

Published on Aug 2, 2012 This ambitious, three-site exhibition highlights over two-centuries of rarely seen Caribbean works from the Haitian Revolution in 1804 to the present. Themed works are on display at El Museo del Barrio, Studio Museum in Harlem and…

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Gods Without Green Cards at Stanford University

Published on Jul 25, 2011 January 13, 2011 – Donald Cosentino, a 2006 Guggenheim Fellow and the editor of UCLA’s African Arts Journal, offers insight into two Haitian painters representing different economic and age demographics. Painter-priest Andre Pierre who sees Vodou…

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Base Paint Project

The Base Paint Project “A gift of painted tents… Each tent, a mobile port for learning – BASE PAINT is a utilitarian installation of goodwill for the children of Port-au-Prince from the artists of the world, playing literally on the…

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Haiti’s earthquake spurs Miami art fair projects

By JENNIFER KAY – Associated Press – 4:02 p.m., Friday, December 3, 2010 MIAMI (AP) – A young boy reaching toward a glimmer of light took shape as Haitian graffiti artist Jerry Rosembert Moise sprayed paint on the wall of an impoverished neighborhood’s youth…

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