Kolectif 509 presents its latest exhibition “Rasin: A Contemporary Art Exhibit.” The exhibit runs from June 27 to July 6, 2014, at Villa Kalewes, located at 99 Rue Gregoire, Petionville, Haiti.
This exhibit includes work by Josué Azor (Photography); Olivier Bertoni (Painting); David Charlier (Painting/Mixed-Media); Patsye Delatour (Painting/Mixed-Media); Yves Delva (Painting); Mafalda Nicolas Mondestin (Painting); Johnson Sabin (Painting); and Barbara Prezeau Stephenson (Video Performance/Painting).
Kolectif 509 was first founded by Xavier Dalencour and Valérie Noisette in Haiti. The Franco-Haitian and Haitian-American artists decided to form a collective with like-minded people to showcase the diverse work of contemporary artists living and working in the country. Their name comes from the country code for Haiti (509) when called from abroad.
[Many thanks to Nadine Mondestin for bringing this item to our attention.]
For more information you may call (509) 3701.3892 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Also see https://www.facebook.com/kolektif509
For more information on the collective, see interview by Le Nouvelliste at http://lenouvelliste.com/lenouvelliste/article/129698/The-9-Vizyon-of-Kolektif-509.html