Symphonie en Rouge Haitian paintings is generally divided into two categories: naives and moderns.
The naive painters are known as primitives, and it´s been said that their style lacks artistic education and discipline. The modern painters have come to view the term - naif - as a negative connotation for the evolution of Haitian paintings. However, the term naive has more to do with independence from academic tradition, and it is a style that suggested artistic innocence.
2000 - Gallery Monnin
2000 - Etno Design; Group show
2000 - Halle Saint Pierre, Paris; Organized by the Mayor of Paris.
1999 - Brussels, Belgium
1997 - Gallery Monnin
1997 - Group show; Femme Peintre; Mupanah - National Pantheon Museum
1997 - Winner of Knowing Young Painters competition; Organized by the French Institute
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