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Decolonizing refinement. Contemporary pursuits in the art of Edouard Duval-Carrié.

Publisher: Tallahassee : Florida State University 2018.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Whether sculpture, painting, or multimedia installation, Edouard Duval-Carrié?s work navigates the historically rich and culturally complex traditions that comprise a uniquely Caribbean perspective. Duval-Carrié?s recent works attend to the themes of water, travel, and Francophone culture. For this artist, for example, water becomes both a symbolic passage and a barrier--the means by which enslaved Africans were  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9781889282350 1889282359
OCLC Number: 1068672097
Description: 128 pages

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Whether sculpture, painting, or multimedia installation, Edouard Duval-Carrié?s work navigates the historically rich and culturally complex traditions that comprise a uniquely Caribbean perspective. Duval-Carrié?s recent works attend to the themes of water, travel, and Francophone culture. For this artist, for example, water becomes both a symbolic passage and a barrier--the means by which enslaved Africans were brought to the Caribbean and modern-day Haitians migrate to the United States. Both circumstances have been driven by the force of capitalism that occupies the artist?s work materially and iconographically. This exhibition of Duval-Carrié?s art engages themes associated with the history of North Florida and the southeastern United States, including plantation agriculture, race, slavery, historical events such as Florida statehood, and such contentious historical figures as Andrew Jackson. Edouard?s exhibited works will be accompanied by displays of plantation artifacts loaned from State of Florida collections, including a portion of a nineteenth-century sugar mill and iron crosses made for cemeteries of enslaved workers.00Exhibition: Florida State Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, USA (16.02.-01.04.2018).

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