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27/11/2021 09:46:54

iciHaiti - FLASH : Postponement of the exhibition «NAWÈ N»
The NAWÈ N collective exhibition, which was initially scheduled to open to the public from November 28 to December 18, 2021 at Maison Dufort (#9, 2e Rue du Travail, Bois Verna, Port-au-Prince) in the presence of the artists is postponed, informs FOKAL : "The security situation and the wave of kidnappings affecting the Maison Dufort district in recent days have forced us to postpone the collective exhibition NAWÈ N. We will keep you posted on the holding of the exhibition at a later date, in the hope of welcoming you there in better conditions."

Recall that the collective exhibition "NAWÈ N" allows you to see the work of the first four winners of the Fund for Emerging Photography in Haiti (FPEH) launched by FOKAL in 2018. (This fund allows young Haitian photographers to develop work at long course in order to document their society through a journalistic, documentary or artistic approach).

Each assemblage of images presented is a significant step in a more ambitious work that every photographer would like to continue. Taken between 2018 and 2020 in the difficult conditions in the country, these photographs show us sensitive observations of complex and little-known realities.

FABIENNE DOUCE photographs the PINGUE, a traditional bare-handed wrestling from Jérémie in Grand'Anse and its migration into the urban space of Port-au-Prince.

JOSUÉ AZOR continues his exploration of the NOCTAMBULES of the capital, of which this last part of unpublished images constitutes one of the chapters.

GEORGES HARRY ROUZIER draws a first portrait of Haitian society based on three of his contemporary musical movements in L’ILE ENCHANTÉE.

PAULSON DIFFICILE travels the country with a visible thirst to better understand how the practice of Islam is lived in Haiti through his AYITI ISLAM project.

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