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Edine Célestin

Edine Célestin is a photojournalist and human rights activist based in Port-au-Prince and one of the founding members of the Haitian collective of photographers, K2D. She often collaborates with the Haitian daily Le Nouvelliste and with foreign media such as Le Monde, Médiapart, Round Earth Media, USA Today and New York Magazine. Her recently published book, KAZAL — Memories of a massacre under Duvalier: a photographic approach was co-authored with André Frère.

Current Exhibitions Featuring Edine Célestin

Ayiti: Beyond Darkness

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Empire Fulton Ferry Lawn

Presented by Haiti Cultural Exchange 

Featuring the talent of cutting-edge Haitian photographers across the island, this exhibition invites foreigners to experience internal conversations about Haitian culture and community.

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