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In Extremis: Death and Life in 21st‐Century Haitian Art at the Fowler Museum, UCLA, Los Angles, USA
16 Sept 2012 – 20 Jan 2013
In Extremis: Death and Life in 21st‐Century Haitian Art explores how leading Haitian visual artists have responded to a tumultuous 21st century, an era punctuated by political upheaval, a cataclysmic earthquake, devastating hurricanes, epidemics, and continuing instability.
Curated by Donald J. Cosentino, UCLA Professor Emeritus of Black Atlantic Religions and Popular Culture, and Patrick A. Polk, Fowler Curator of Latin American and Caribbean Popular Arts, with Leah Gordon, the late Marilyn Houlberg, and Katherine Smith.