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"FLON" One of The Three Fine Art Prints Has been SOLD

News | Miami, Florida | March 20th, 2024

Some images transcend mere visual representation and immerse viewers in a profound narrative. Such is the case with “FLON – A Haitian Story,” a captivating piece that recently found its new home, leaving its new admirer in awe and anticipation.

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail and imbued with the spirit of Haiti, this print has now become a cherished possession of a discerning collector. “FLON” which was unveiled at Les Couleurs Contemporary Gallery on October 15th 2023, serves as a powerful symbol, highlighting the frequently overlooked contributions of enslaved women in Haiti and throughout the broader African diaspora. The tale behind it is one of intrigue and cultural richness.

The acquisition of this artwork marks more than just a transaction; it signifies a connection between art and admirer, a shared appreciation for the intricacies of culture and storytelling. As the print adorns its new abode, it becomes a catalyst for dialogue, sparking conversations about Haiti’s past, present, and future.

While the price of this remarkable piece remains undisclosed, its value transcends monetary considerations. Only three prints of “FLON” exist in the world, one of which is still at Les Couleurs Contemporary Gallery, and the other being the artist’s proof – making each iteration a rare treasure. With one of these prints finding its rightful owner, the remaining two continue to hold the essence of Haiti within their frames, awaiting the discerning eye of a collector who seeks to embrace its narrative.

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Marc-Anthony is a self-taught Haitian photographer/artist currently residing and developing in South Florida. While pursuing Graphic Design at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, his passion for art history, fine arts, and the captivating realm of film photography took root. During his stay in China, his interest in portrait photography flourished and became a defining element upon his return. His distinctive style effortlessly blends the textures and lighting techniques reminiscent of early fine arts with modern approaches, weaving narratives that are both compelling and timeless.

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