As far as the eye/I can see is a project that shares artist's visions, voices and vantage points, a space where critics offer perspectives on current exhibits and critical debates in contemporary visual art and culture.
Digital exhibition. Description from FIU:"Fenèt sou Ayiti/Fenêtre sur Haïti/Window on Haiti presents the inexhaustible creative spirit of the Haitian people," including work related to social upheaval and religion.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum’s leading Latinx art collection represents a profound commitment to building a great national collection reflecting the rich contributions of Latinos to our country, from the colonial period to the present.
Project to digitize the Haitian collections of the Waterloo Center for the Arts. The HADC approach to digitization rethinks standards within the fields of art history and museum studies, with close attention to the peculiarities of Haitian art traditions and practices, and seeks to create an accessible database working across collections and informed by Haiti, its diaspora, and the Kreyol language.