Gather together with the participating artists and photographers to celebrate the opening of New Faces of Tradition: Documenting North Carolina’s Young Artists and enjoy live music by saxophonist Shaquim Muldrow and old-time fiddler Sonya Badigian.
Ruby Fridays: Déracinement—Trees in the Art of Edouard Duval-CarriéOpen To The Public
Join distinguished Haitian sculptor and painter Édouard Duval-Carrié for lunch as he reflects on the many representations of trees in his work.
About the Artist
Inspired by Haitian traditions, Duval-Carrié creates works that speak to the complexities of the Caribbean and its diaspora. Recent solo exhibitions include Imagined Landscapes, Pérez Art Museum Miami (2014); Arts in the Garden, Miami Beach Botanical Gardens (2010); Roots & More, Afrika Museum, Berg en Dal, Holland (2009); and Edouard Duval-Carrié, The Glass Curtain Gallery, Columbia College, Chicago (2007). Recent group exhibitions include: in Extermis, Museé de la civilization, Québec City, Québec (2013); Who More Sci Fi Than Us? Contemporary Art from the Caribbean, Kunsthall KAdE, Amersfoot, Netherlands (2012); Caribbean: Crossroads of the World, The Studio Museum of Harlem, New York (2012); and First Haitian Pavilion, 54th Venice Biennale, Palazzo Stamplia Querini, Venice (2011).