The Haitian Cultural Arts Alliance aims to be a one-stop information, recreation, and research center for Afro-Caribbean history and art enthusiasts. We aim to develop a strong sense of community awareness, individual pride, self-worth, commitment, and involvement in the Afro-Caribbean community of Miami.
Images (L-R): Vladimir Cybil Charlier, Dreamaker I (Detail), Yrneh Gabon, Salt, A Salted Intermission, Dudley Alexis, Prayers at the Gate, Mark Delmont, The Watcher
Dec. 2, 2022 - Feb. 28, 2023
Vernacular, Vènakilè, Asụsụ obodo: À la Mode is the fourteenth iteration of the Global/Borderless Caribbean exhibition series, which exists to facilitate contemporary cultural dialogues on the Caribbean. The 2022 exhibition program Vernacular, Vènakilè, Asụsụ obodo: À la Mode features artists of the global African Diaspora, with a focus on the Caribbean. This year's theme explores how vernacular modes of art-making originating in global African contexts have influenced the cultivation of fine art practice worldwide.
The exhibition Vernacular, Vènakilè, Asụsụ obodo: À la Mode, curated by Marie Vickles, Mikhaile Solomon and William Cordova, will show the work of over fifteen contemporary Afro-Caribbean artists that are making work that is defining and re-defining the roles of global Caribbean art within an international and historical context.
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