Remember the Rain

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Every Wednesday–Sunday, through October 28, 2024
Seattle Art Museum Downtown Seattle (Seattle)
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Named after a popular Haitian proverb, “Remember the rain that makes your corn grow,” this exhibition of mid-20th-century Haitian paintings aims to cultivate a spirit of gratitude and perseverance. The storytelling scenes of each painting draw from Haitian landscapes, communities, spirituality, and nature to reflect on daily life on the island; I'm intrigued by Barbara Earl Thomas’s folkloric iconography, James Washington, Jr.'s spiritual animal sculptures, and Jamaican artist Ebony Patterson’s use of sequins in funereal scenes. 

by Lindsay Costello

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Seattle Art Museum

1300 First Ave Seattle, WA 98101 Venue website

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