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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF FRITZSTJEANART
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 4.60%. The average number of likes per post is 58 and the average number of comments is 5.
24.79% of the followers that engaged with fritzstjeanart regularly are from United States, followed by Haiti at 10.74% and France at 5.79%. In summary, the top 5 countries of fritzstjeanart's posts engager are coming from United States, Haiti, France, Australia, Italy.
Fritzstjeanart loves posting about Art, Design, Architecture.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR FRITZSTJEANART
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF FRITZSTJEANART
- United States 24.79 %
- Haiti 10.74 %
- France 5.79 %
- Australia 4.13 %
- Italy 4.13 %
Happy Birthday Fritz St Jean! While we miss his presence in the world, his contributions to art are long-lasting. He will forever live through his art and in our hearts. St Jean was patriotic about his Haitian roots, as Haiti represents the story of strength, resistance, and freedom. His patriotism led him to create an unforgettable body of symbolic narrative paintings examining the lives, politics, history, and traditions of the Haitian people.
Today is the last day of Narrating the Haitian Story Exhibition at First Street Gallery in NYC. It has been an honor to share this compelling body of work with you all. The gallery will be open until 8pm tonight.
Join us Today for a final tour of Narrating the Haitian Story Exhibition and a screening of the documentary, The Agronomist by Jonathan Demme. The tour will start at 6pm, please arrive early and RSVP by clicking the get tickets button or visit narratinghaititour.eventbrite.com
One day left to check out the Narrating the Haitian Story Exhibition at First Street Gallery in NYC. This solo exhibition of celebrated Haitian artist Fritz St examines the artist’s poignant yet celebratory portrayal of his homeland, including its socio-political climate, history, and culture. St Jean is known to have said “Everything I paint comes from inside of me… I feel like I’m an ambassador for Haiti when I paint.”
Last week of the Narrating the Haitian Story Exhibition! Last day is this Wednesday, August 29th, check it out before it ends at First Street Gallery in NYC. Hours are from 11am to 6pm.
Thank you to everyone who attended the Opening Reception of Narrating The Haitian Story Exhibition. About 400 people came out to celebrate the show! We are grateful for the incredible and positive feedback we’ve gotten so far. The exhibition is on view at First Street Gallery until 8/29.
We invite you to join us on a private tour of this important exhibition. After the tour, we will be screening a documentary about the events that happened in Haiti in the 1980s and 1990s. RSVP by clicking the get tickets button on profile. Narrating the Haitian Story examines the lives, history, and challenges confronting Haiti and the Haitian diaspora. The works on view will reflect the artist, Fritz St Jean’s role as an inspired and imaginative chronicler of the Haitian experience while providing a visual critique of charged topics such as immigration, political unrest, and racism. To complement the show, we will screen two documentaries about Haiti by academy award winning director Jonathan Demme. We invite you to join us for a private tour and a short reception with light refreshments before the film. Seating is limited and RSVP is required.
Thank you to everyone who attended the Remember Fritz St Jean Exhibition. The show, which occurred on St Jean’s birthday, was well attended by family, friends, and admirers of St Jean to celebrate his life as a visual artist. The next Exhibition, Narrating the Haitian Story, will run from August 13-29, 2018, with an opening reception on Thursday, August 16 from 6 to 8 p.m at First Street Gallery in New York. Please RSVP for the opening reception by clicking get tickets on the fritzstjeanart profile.
Upcoming Solo Exhibition: FIRST STREET GALLERY is pleased to announce Narrating the Haitian Story, a solo exhibition of selected works created by renowned Haitian artist Fritz St Jean. Fritz St Jean (1954 – 2017) is known for his dramatic use of bold colors, fine lines, and incredible details on canvas. This exhibition will feature works that aptly capture the complexities of Haiti’s socio-political climate, dynamic history, and the humanity of its people. It will run from August 13-29, 2018, with an opening reception on Thursday, August 16 from 6 to 8 p.m. RSVP by clicking the get tickets button.
Click on the Get Tickets button on Profile to RSVP Fritz St Jean Solo Art Exhibition on June 26 from 6PM to 8PM at Foley Gallery in New York Sponsored by @clairinthespiritofhaiti Performance by @rivanyri
On June 26, a solo exhibition of Fritz St Jean’s paintings will be held at Foley Gallery in New York to commemorate his life on his birthday from 6PM to 8PM. Fritz St Jean (1954 - 2017) was a visionary artist whose work was influenced by his native country, Haiti. Throughout his artistic career, he created pieces that often comment on the complex realities that Haitians face, which include anything from natural disasters to political unrest. His paintings also celebrate Haiti's dynamic history and culture. Not to mention, his work was published in art books, and shown at various art institutions worldwide including at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. This exhibition will feature ten selected pieces from St Jean’s private collection. Please RSVP at fritzstjeanart.eventbrite.com. For more information, please visit fritzstjean.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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