Charlot Lucien is known as a Haitian storyteller, poet and visual artist. His artworks – including painting and caricatures have ventured into the areas of history, socio-political advocacy (HIV/AIDS, cholera, immigration). He is also known for his black and white stylish rendering of the symbiotic relation between the traditional Haitian drum and dancers in different stages of a spiritual trance.
His artworks and illustrations have appeared in Haitian newspapers, anthologies, or books on Haitian history released in Haiti, Great Britain of France. They have also been featured in group exhibitions in Massachusetts. He is the founder of the Haitian Artists Assembly of Massachusetts and recently coordinated the release of Migrating Colors an anthology of Haitian artists living in New England.
Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Yamawaki Art Center, Wedeman Gallery
49 Myrtle Ave., Newton, MA-02466