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Franklin Humanities Institute Exhibit

The Sea is History - Moun Kantè, Yoleros, Balseros, Boteros
April 16 – September 4, 2009
Main Gallery, John Hope Franklin Center
This politically and emotionally provocative exhibit interrogates the context in which Caribbean sea farers negotiate their subjectivity. The exhibit offers a (re)vision supplied by visual artists such including Tony Capellán, Joseph-Ernst Domond, Jean Ricardo Domond, Edouard Duval-Carrié, Casimiro González, Sergio Lastres, Gary Monroe, Julien Valery, and Frantz Zéphirin whose works grapple with the manifold meanings of human dispersion across the Caribbean.

 

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