|Five works by Jean Hérard Celeur (close-ups of front 2 pieces are on my first post about this Pavilion)|
|The Horsemen of the Apocalypse|
|Bawon Samedi by the artist André Eugène|
|The first of 3 crucifixion pieces by André Eugène|
|by André Eugene|
Today, July 28, was the last day for the exhibition. Tomorrow it is to be removed to make way for a massive cruise ship to dock there--where absolutely positively no one wants it. But the Haiti exhibition may, I hear, possibly travel to a museum in the Netherlands.
See the pavilion's website at www.deathandfertility.org
My earlier post on the Haiti Pavilion can be found at: