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Where Art is Joy, Haitian Art: The First 40 Years – 1988. Geniuses & Other Eccentrics – 1997.
Serving as a monthly periodical with the mission statement "A monthly magazine of positive social action devoted to the elimination of war and poverty through democratic planning for abundance. Renaissance in Haiti, published in 1948, was the first book about Haitian art and the artists who were to become the first generation of the art movement in Haiti, including the vodum priest, Hector Hyppolite and popular realist, Philome Obin. Where Art is Joy, Haitian Art: The First 40 Years – 1988.
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Where Art Is Joy: Haitian Art: The First Forty Years. In September 1994 American troops landed in Haiti, nearly 80 years after the US had first dispatched its armed forces to seize control of the tiny Caribbean country
Where Art Is Joy: Haitian Art: The First Forty Years. In September 1994 American troops landed in Haiti, nearly 80 years after the US had first dispatched its armed forces to seize control of the tiny Caribbean country. But there were also vast differences between the two operations. The first engagement occurred at a time when great powers. could act with virtual impunity in their self-assigned spheres of influence, and American forces occupied Haiti for nearly two decades.
For much of Hector Hyppolite’s life story, I am grateful to Selden Rodman’s The Miracle of Haitian Art (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1974) as well as Selden Rodman’s Where Art Is Joy, Haitian Art: The First Forty Years (New York: Ruggles de Latour, 1988). Basquiat’s biography, particularly his Papa, I will be very famous one day, is from Phoebe Hoban’s Basquiat: A Quick Killing in Art (Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, 1998). Selden Rodman and Carole Cleaver tell a version of the story about Gran Brigit and the cemetery tree in their book Spirits of the Night: The Vaudun Gods of Haiti (Dallas: Spring Publications, 1992).
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