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A free photo exhibit on women in Haiti is taking place for Black History Month

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DH Montreal Staff Feb 06, 2017 3:05 am 602

In honour of Black History Month, Montreal is hosting a unique photographic exhibit titled Women of Haiti.

The art exhibition will take visitors on a “photographic journey through spectacular pictures where sand dunes meet the ocean, sensuality and warmth of Africa and the Caribbean.” In addition to stunning scenery, the photos will depict the daily lives of Haitian women to increase cultural understanding of the island’s population.

10 artists are participating including Radu Juster, Clode de Guise, Patric Saad, Magdoline Youcef, Laetitia Jourdan, and more.

The event is free of charge and will take place in Espace Vego Saint Denis (between Rue Ontario and Blvd Maisonneuve E).

Montrealers, you have exactly one month to soak in this fascinating cultural exhibit.

Women of Haiti

When: February 1-28, 2017
Where: Espace Vego St-Denis, 1720 Rue Saint-Denis


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DH Montreal Staff

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