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“Ayisyen Mwen Ye”

Haitian Heritage Month Exhibition

Special reception on Haitian Flag Day, Thursday, May, 18, at 5 p.m. RSVP Here!

“Ayisyen Mwen Ye” celebrates the work of a new generation of Haitian and Haitian-American artists along side a selection of seasoned masters that have inspired and paved the path for new creative voices.

The work featured in this exhibition spans across a variety of artistic media – painting, photography, textiles, poetry and installation art.  The range of works highlight the continued growth and trajectory explored by Haitian artists and the rising generations of artists that utilize new forms of media to tell their stories and share their artistic visions.

In homage to the wisdom of the elders, this exhibition will draw upon the tradition of Haitian proverbs, which form a connecting thread between past, present and future.

Featured Artists

Angie Bell
James Brutus
Woosler Delisfort
Morel Doucet
Sophia Lacroix
Louca
Jean Marcelin
Myriame Pierre
Serge Toussaint

Curated by Marie Vickles

  • May 5, 2017 - July 31, 2017
  • 10:00 - 21:00

Art Gallery

The Art Gallery serves as a space for local residents and artists abroad to display a vast collection of artwork. To expose the public to various visual arts, the Little Haiti Cultural Complex collaborates with various artists to collect, preserve and exhibit their work. It is also one of our premier locations for events, such as opening exhibitions, receptions, social mixers and private dinners. At 2,150 sq. ft., the gallery provides open space, climate control, museum quality lighting and ever-changing art exhibits.

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