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pieces of a man

Kareem Black, my friend and accomplished photographer/director, traveled to Haiti with a group of 6 other artists last year as part of a crew that came to be known as Le Set (Creole for the seven).  Le Set used their talents to document what they saw and planned to auction their pieces in an exhibit in NYC to raise money for those affected by the January 12, 2010 earthquake.  When Kareem got back to the city he gave me a few images and told me to do my thing.  This is what I came up with.

The print is called “Pieces of a Man” and its title was adopted from Gil Scott-Heron’s 1971 album of the same name.  The phrase speaks to the things that make us whole, in this case, those who inspire us.  It also represents the child’s family connection: a piece of his father.  From a distance you see the boy’s portrait, but when you look closer you notice that the image is made of the names of notable Haitian’s (i.e. politicians, musicians, actors, athletes).  This work is about resilience and looking forward while honoring those who came before you.

This piece and other work by Le Set will exhibited and sold at the Hey You! exhibit in April.

Posted on: February 10th, 2011 by julian No Comments