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The Carnival, The City, and The Sea at Louisiana State University Museum Of Art

Volvick Almonor. Le Bal. 1976. Oil on panel. Image courtesy of the New Orleans Museum of Art and the LSU Museum of Art.

Curated by Xavier University professor Dr. Sarah Clunis, The Carnival, The City, And The Sea seeks to introduce the university’s community to the rich history of 20th-century Haitian painting as it evolved within the Centre d’Art of Cap-Haitien in the 1940s and ’50s, and to the eclectic constellation of styles and aesthetic intentions that continue to shape cultural production in the region.[1] Comprising works on[…..]