© Killy

Grandir et Mourir


January 31 to March 1, 2008

Visual Arts
January 31 to March 1, 2008

Curated by Mireille Pérodin Jérôme

With his sculptures made from recycled materials and his large-scale monotypes, Killy vividly addresses the political corruption and socio-economic disparity of his native Haiti. Presented within the framework of Black History Month, this striking exhibition borrows from elements of Vodoo ritual drawings or veves, to reach out to the struggling youth of Killy’s hometown, and indirectly, to those marginalized everywhere.

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