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Mystical Imagination: The Art of Haitian Master Hector Hyppolite

at the Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C., May 18th to July 5th, 2009 presented by the Haitian Art Society and the Waterloo Center for the Arts.

"The Haitian government has declared 2008-2009 as the year of Hector Hyppolite.

Haitian Art from the Collection of Jonathan Demme showing at FIAF in New York

Through his films, his public stands, and his philanthropy, director Jonathan Demme has long been one of the foremost American proponents for the people and culture of Haiti. He is also one of the leading collectors of Haitian art in recent years.

Susanne Wenger, R.I.P.

The Nigerian Tribune printed the following tribute:

Osun goddess devotee, Susanne Wenger, is dead

André Pierre 1916-2005

André Pierre, one of the giants of Haitian art, has joined the spirits. A houngan or vodou priest in the village of Croix-des-Missions, he became one of Haiti's greatest painters, considered by many the artistic heir to the houngan master painter, Hector Hyppolite.

Issa el Saieh 1919-2005

Issa was not a painter himself (although he was a very talented musician and bandleader), but nevertheless was one of the most important figures in Haitian art over the last fifty years.

UNESCO names Prince Twins Seven Seven Artist for Peace for 2005

We received the news that UNESCO had named Twins Seven-Seven its Artist for Peace for 2005.

Montu and Joba Chitrakar: Life is no scroll in the park

MINHAZZ MAJUMDAR (Craft Revival Trust, 2004)

José Garcia Montebravo at Indigo Arts!

We were privileged to host one of Cuba's leading self-taught artists, José Garcia Montebravo, on his visit to Philadelphia on Wednesday, July 17th, 2002.

Alexandre Gregoire 1922-2001

Perhaps the last great master of Haitian "primitive" art (the other being P.J. Valcin, below), Alexandre Gregoire passed away at his home in Jacmel, Haiti on July, 28, 2001.

Rodolfo Morales 1925-2001

One of the great masters of 20th century Mexican art, and a dear friend of ours, Rodolfo Morales passed away in January of 2001.