Haitian-born fine artist and photographer Fabiola Jean-Louis seamlessly blends magic with the mundane and reality in her art to bring unseen worlds out of hiding. In this latest installment of Haitians In America, discover what inspires this Brooklyn-based artist’s work that’s haunting, mystifying and celebratory of the Black female body.
Fabiola Jean-Louis is taking the art world by storm. In a few short years, she’s managed to have her work exhibited at the Smithsonian’s DuSable Museum of African American History and has had features on a host of sites including Blavity, BK Reader, Huffington Post and Artnet News.
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