Experiencing the work of Haiti's master sculptors, one can almost hear the rhythm of the resurrection drums, a link with the ancestral spirits and divinities alive in these artists' fingertips. During the past half-century, from the forged-iron graveyard crosses of Georges Liautaud to the found-object fabrications of Pierrot Barra to Giullardo's monumental figure of a female, fashioned from an automobile husk, mufflers, oil filters, and hubcaps, Haitian sculpture has defied... More >>>