Haitian Art Exhibited in Beijing

December 26, 2018  Editor: Wang Yue
Haitian Art Exhibited in Beijing
Primitive patterns, vivid colors and wit characterize the creation of generations of Haitian artists, reflecting a combination of indigenous American culture, African ties and European influence. [China Daily]

 

Primitive patterns, vivid colors and wit characterize the creation of generations of Haitian artists, reflecting a combination of indigenous American culture, African ties and European influence.

Art of Haiti: 1948-2018, an exhibition held at Beijing's Tiandi Art Center through Feb 17, 2019, reviews the Caribbean country's distinctive art landscape over a course of seven decades.

Some 18 artists have brought to Beijing 50 paintings, featuring representatives of an older generation, such as Louverture Poisson and Préfète Duffaut, and those with a rising reputation such as Maksaens Denis.

 

Haitian Art Exhibited in Beijing
Primitive patterns, vivid colors and wit characterize the creation of generations of Haitian artists, reflecting a combination of indigenous American culture, African ties and European influence. [China Daily]
Haitian Art Exhibited in Beijing
Primitive patterns, vivid colors and wit characterize the creation of generations of Haitian artists, reflecting a combination of indigenous American culture, African ties and European influence. [China Daily]
Haitian Art Exhibited in Beijing
Primitive patterns, vivid colors and wit characterize the creation of generations of Haitian artists, reflecting a combination of indigenous American culture, African ties and European influence. [China Daily]

 

(Source: China Daily)

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