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AN ENCOUNTER BETWEEN TWO WORLDS AS SEEN BY HAITI'S ARTISTS. Jean-Marie Drot. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, 1994. Organized by Fondation Afrique en Creations, Paris. Published in association with Carte Segrete s.r.l., Rome. 198 pp. with 102 ills. (94 col.). 24 x 22 cm. In English.
Presenting images by contemporary Haitian artists chronicling their country's turbulent history, this catalogue features good reproductions of 90 recent narrative and allegorical paintings that include many primitivist depictions of political events and scenes of oppression and revolt in Haiti from the arrival of Columbus and the imposition of Spanish and French colonial rule to the military ouster of Jean-Bertrand Aristide in 1991.
Indexing: Western, Latin America — Haiti — Post-1970 — Painting
Plans: 02,03,20
Worldwide Number: 024707
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