Kimberly Green and Green Family Foundation's Contribution to "Hands of Haiti" Exhibit
MiamiArtZine.com published an article about the "Hands of Haiti" installation that opened in early September in the recently built South Terminal Gallery of Miami International Airport where millions of travelers who visit Miami will be greeted. The exhibit features commissioned art by artists in distress. All works were created after the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti. The Haitian Art Relief Fund, via the Haitian Cultural Arts Alliance and its Director, the artist Edouard Duval Carrié provided funds for the exhibition.
The Green Family Foundation provided archival Haitian music and video for the opening event. Click here to view the article and photos by Harvey J. Burstein.
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