feature: ‘from within and without: the history of haitian photography’ – nsu art museum’s new exhibit

July 20, 2015

Check out some of the featured works from new NSU Art Museum exhibit, ‘From Within And Without: The History Of Haitian Photography‘. The Florida museum has presented a comprehensive survey of Haitian photography (taking place from June 21 – October 4, 2015), featuring almost 350 works from the late 19th century to present day Haiti. The collection, curated by Haitian-American artist Edouard Duval-Carrié, is described by the museum as a “a fascinating perspective on life in Haiti and how political and natural crises have been perceived by native and foreign photographers and photojournalists.” Explore below!

By Alexander Aplerku, AFROPUNK Contributor


Andrea Baldeck; Figu ou se paspo ou (Your Face is Your Passport) from The Heart of Haiti series, c. 1996

Gelatin silver print © Andrea Baldeck

Leah Gordon; Mulâtre (from the Caste Portraits series), 2012; Inkjet print © Leah Gordon

Antoine Ferrier; Untitled, 1970-75; Inkjet print © Antoine Ferrier, Collection of Edouard Duval-Carrié

Chantal Regnault; Lakou Souvenance Easter Monday, 2000; Inkjet print © Chantal Regnault

Maggie Steber, Laughing Girl, Gonaives, 1990, Courtesy of Maggie Steber

Paolo Woods; Zureki Zakour, 2011; Inkjet print © Paolo Woods

From Within and Without: The History of Haitian Photography photo by Steven Brooke