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 “Re-writing History” - Fabiola Jean-Louis

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MessageSujet: “Re-writing History” - Fabiola Jean-Louis   Lun 22 Jan - 11:16

Les photos qui suivent sont absolument éblouissantes... drunken drunken

See the Gorgeous Photos and Costumes of Fabiola Jean-Louis, Reimagining European History Through the Lens of ‘Black Freedom’


Fabiola Jean-Louis, Conquistador.Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.

What the Gallery Says: “In this haunting photographic essay, Jean-Louis has created paper sculptures styled to mimic garments worn by female European nobility between the 15th–19th centuries. The series speaks to the shocking treatment of Blacks throughout history and the trauma inflicted on their bodies as juxtaposed with the abstract idea of Black freedom. Simultaneously, it engages with a vision of the future—one of hope, strength, resilience, and beauty.”

Why It’s Worth a Look: Haiti-born and Brooklyn-based, Jean-Louis has created a body of work lovely in both form and conception—stylish, righteous, and multi-layered.

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Installation view of “Fabiola Jean-Louis: Re-writing History.”
Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.



Fabiola Jean-Louis, Conquistador II (2017). Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Fabiola Jean-Louis, Whisper of a Revolution (2017). Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Fabiola Jean-Louis, Violin of the Dead (2017). Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Fabiola Jean-Louis, The Color Purple (2017). Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Fabiola Jean-Louis, Passing (2017). Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Fabiola Jean-Louis, Marie Antoinette Is Dead (2017). Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Fabiola Jean-Louis, Madame Leroy (2017). Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Fabiola Jean-Louis, Madame Beauvoir’s Painting (2017). Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Fabiola Jean-Louis, Garden II (2017). Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Fabiola Jean-Louis, Garden II [detail] (2017). Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Fabiola Jean-Louis, Revolutionary Dress Top [detail] (2017). Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Fabiola Jean-Louis, Rest in Peace [detail] (2017). Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Installation view of “Fabiola Jean-Louis: Re-writing History.” Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.



Installation view of “Fabiola Jean-Louis: Re-writing History.” Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Installation view of “Fabiola Jean-Louis: Re-writing History.” Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.


Visitors to “Fabiola Jean-Louis: Re-writing History.” Image courtesy Alan Avery Art Gallery.

“Fabiola Jean-Louis: Re-writing History” is on view through January 20, 2018.

Alan Avery Art Gallery is located at 656 Miami Circle Northeast, Atlanta.

https://news.artnet.com/exhibitions/see-gorgeous-photos-costumes-fabiola-jean-louis-reimagining-european-history-lens-black-freedom-1198697

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MessageSujet: Re: “Re-writing History” - Fabiola Jean-Louis   Jeu 15 Mar - 13:17

Une exposition : Very Happy

BRIC is pleased to present Bordering the Imaginary: Art from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and their Diasporas, on view March 15 through April 29, 2018, at BRIC House, featuring Downtown Brooklyn’s largest contemporary art gallery. An opening reception will take place March 14 from 7-9pm that is free and open to the public.

Bordering the Imaginary investigates the complicated relationship between the Dominican Republic and Haiti — two nations that share a single island. The exhibition, sponsored by Goya, brings together 19 Dominican and Haitian artists, based in both their native countries and in the United States, creating opportunities for discourse that reconsider differences and commonalities between the distinct but intertwined communities of these countries. The artists in the exhibition draw on their experiences of difference, movement, and immigration to create a collective visual narrative that exposes inequalities and stereotypes of race, gender, and sexuality, which have plagued the island since the 15th century. Their work also displays the vitality of the visual arts in their communities.

The exhibition features work by Edouard Duval-Carrié, Vladimir Cybil Charlier, Patrick Eugène, iliana emilia garcia, Scherezade Garcia, Leah Gordon with André Eugène and Evel Romain from atis rezistans, Fabiola Jean-Louis, Tessa Mars, Pascal Meccariello, Groana Meléndez, Alex Morel, Raquel Paiewonsky, Raúl Recio, Freddy Rodríguez, Julia Santos Solomon, Nyugen E. Smith, and Roberto Stephenson.

BRIC is located at 647 Fulton Street in Downtown Brooklyn. Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, 12-6pm; closed Mondays.

Admission is FREE.
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MessageSujet: Re: “Re-writing History” - Fabiola Jean-Louis   Mar 10 Avr - 13:04

La robe postée plus haut, habitée. Wink



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