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Deborah Cholet 1954 - 2015

I am sad to report that Indigo co-founder and my former wife Deborah Cholet passed away on Thursday, October 15th, 2015.  Deb (Devi) was an artist, designer, and a jeweler. She was a collector of art, cats and birds, and a bright shining spirit.

 

Endangered Art right here in Philadelphia

A story I've been following here in Philadelphia concerns African contemporary art, artistic freedom and first amendment (maybe even second amendment) rights.

Haiti Cherie!

I just returned from a twelve day visit to Haiti. I was there with about two dozen other Haitian art collectors, gallery owners and museum curators for the 2014 conference of the Haitian Art Society.

Deux Anges by Michée Ramil Remy

Michée Ramil Remy (?-2012)

In March, 2012 we received this sad news from Susan Tselos about a Haitian artist who we have had the privilege of knowing and exhibiting for many years:

Philadelphia Inquirer Twins Seven Seven Review

 

Royal Salute
 

By Victoria Donohoe FOR THE INQUIRER
Published: January 6, 2012

Twins Seven Seven Exhibition Review

By libby
December 30, 2011

You can find and admire work by an internationally known and feted artist, Twins Seven-Seven, who died this past year, right inside the Crane, at Indigo Arts.

Prince Twins Seven-Seven, 2003 (photo courtesy of the artist).

R. I. P. Prince Twins Seven Seven (1944-2011)

Prince Twins Seven-Seven suffered a stroke and was hospitalized in April 2011. He passed away on June 16th, 2011. Twins Seven-Seven was one of the greatest, and certainly the most celebrated, African artist of his generation.

R. I. P. José de Jesus Garcia Montebravo

October 15, 1953 - July 9, 2010

Wilson Bigaud c.1920 - 2010

Wilson Bigaud, one of the last giants of the first generation of Haitian painters, died in Petit-Goâve, Haiti, on March 22.

Earthquake in Haiti

An Update on our Fund-Raising

The news coming in of the earthquake in Haiti has been almost incomprehensibly dreadful. We are responding to this disaster in several ways.