Ghetto Biennale

PÒTOPRENS: The Urban Artists of Port-au-Prince at Pioneer Works, Red Hook, Brooklyn

CATALOGUE PUBLISHED NOV 2021 BY PIONEER WORKS PRESS
Edited by Leah Gordon & Joshua Jelly-Shapiro, with essays by Edouard Duval-Carrié & Gina Athena Ulysse

Join us for some special events celebrating the forthcoming publication of PÒTOPRENS: The Urban Artists of Port-au-Prince.

A special conversation organized by Printed Matter and EXILE Books with curator Edouard Duval-Carrié, artist André Eugène, and curator and editor Leah Gordon moderated by special advisor Jean-Daniel Lafontant at NADA Miami at 4pm Dec 1st at NADA, ICE PALACE STUDIOS 1400 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI, FL 33136

A special event at the Center for Subtropical Affairs on Wednesday, December 1 at 7:00PM including musical by Kriz Rara and Khalbass, and food by Chef Creole at at the Center for Subtropical Affairs on Wednesday, December 1 at 7:00pm at THE CENTER FOR SUBTROPICAL AFFAIRS 7145 NW 1ST CT MIAMI, FL 33150

An launch event at studio of Eduard Duval-Carrié on Friday, December 3rd at 1pm 225 NE 59th St Miami, FL 33137

The Ghetto Biennale is a cross-cultural arts festival held in two adjacent informal neighbourhoods in Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, called Lakou Cheri and Ghetto Leanne. It is hosted by the artists’ collective, Atis Rezistans, and has taken place every two years starting in December 2009. The Ghetto Biennale is attempting to momentarily transform spaces, dialogues and relationships considered un-navigable and unworkable into transcultural, creative platforms. The Ghetto Biennale has realised a 'chaotic, amorphous, de-institutionalised space' for artistic production that attempts to offer a vibrant creative platform to artists from wide socioeconomic classes.

ORDER THE GHETTO BIENNALE CATALOGUE HERE

The 7th Ghetto Biennale 2022 will take place from the 6th January until the 31st January 2022.

The programming of performances, workshops and screenings will take place during the weekend starting 24th January and the event displaying the works created during the process to open to the public on the 28th January until 30th January.

Andre Eugene talks about Swen Moun and Geto Klinik Kowona Kwonik

‘The Sculptors of Grand Rue' can be viewed at vimeo.com

Find more information about Atis-Rezistans visit atis-rezistans.com

Check out the project archives of the previous Ghetto Biennales ghettobiennale.org

Enquiries, applications & questions contact: Leah Gordon at Leahgordon@aol.com