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Haitian Art at the Saint-Martin Tourist Office

arthaitienThe French Saint-Martin Tourism Office proudly inviting you to an Haitian art exhibit that will take place in its premises from January 12th till mid-February 2012.

In commemoration of the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12th 2010, the art gallery "GINGERBREAD" in association with the French Side Haitian Associations Federation will present a vast variety of paintings (naive, figurative...).

This Photography by Claude Cavallera was taken in Port-au-Prince right after the earthquake and is illustrating hope…

The private view will be held on January 12th from 6pm to 9pm.
Entrance is free of charge.

Don’t miss it!!! Come and share the emotional strength of this anniversary date through exceptional paintings.

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