Museum Of Graffiti Honors The Queen Herself: Lady Pink

Posted By Jonel Juste

Female artists are thriving in the graffiti arena. But it was not always this way. Fifty years ago, the graffiti world was male-dominated, and just a few women practiced the art form. Among them was Lady Pink (Sandra Fabara), who embarked on this artistic journey in 1979.

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The Underline: A Space For Community, Leisure, And Art

Have you ever asked yourself what use could be the endless corridor under the train tracks here in Miami-Dade? Meg Daly asked herself this question one day while walking under the lines.

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Biographie de Jonel Juste

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Jonel Juste, journaliste, poète et nouvelliste, nait à Port-au-Prince le 2 octobre 1980. Il est notamment l’auteur des recueils de poèmes « Carrefour de Nuit » et « Solèy, Solèy». En tant que journaliste, il a collaboré à divers journaux, agences de nouvelles nationaux et internationaux tels que HPN, Le Matin, Le National, Le Nouvelliste, The Miami Herald, The Miami Times, Sun Sentinel etc.

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Publication de “Carrefour de Nuit” En Format Livre de Poche

Carrefour de Nuit” est enfin disponible en version imprimée. Ce n’est plus un livre virtuel disponible uniquement sur Internet. C’est à présent un ouvrage de chair et de sang, pardon, de papier et de colle, bref, un livre tangible bientôt disponible dans les librairies et les bibliothèques.   Continue reading “Publication de “Carrefour de Nuit” En Format Livre de Poche”

Let’s put some Haiti in “Haitian” stuffs


From 2 to 7 of December 2014, Miami was the world’s capital of Art. Art Basel was the place to be and many people were there just for the Art. I must say that Miami, which is more of a Latin than an American city, is the right place for such an event.

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