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Vladimir Cybil Charlier | Haiti

Born in 1967 in New York, USA – of Haitian parentage,
Lives and works in New York, USA
Painting, drawing

Graduated in Fine Art from the Queens College (1991) and from the School of Visual Arts of New York, USA (1993).

Vladimir Cybil Charlier was artist-in-residency at the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture (summer 1993) and at the Studio Museum in Harlem, USA (1996-1997).

Individual exhibitions by Vladimir Cybil Charlier

Recasting Paradise (with André Juste) at the Skoto Gallery in New York (2009) ; The Politics of Paradise (with André Juste) at the OGT Gallery in New York (2005) ; Endezo at the Galerie Bourbon-Lally in Pétion-ville, Haiti (2000) or Haiti nan / through / at the travers Harlem at the Studio Museum in Harlem in New York (1999).

Collective exhibitions

Caribbean Cream: What you do is what you see at the BrutEdge Gallery in Jersey City, USA (2013) ; Benefit at FiveMyles in New York (2012) ; Disillusions: Gendered Visions of the Caribbean and its Diasporas at the Middlesex County College Art Gallery in New Jersey and at the Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery in New-York (2011-2012) ; Drawings at the Skoto Gallery in New York (2011-2012) ; Selections 2010 at the Skoto Gallery in New York (2010) ; Framing Aids at the Queens Museum of Art in New York (2008) ; Fun and Games and then such at the Center for Book Arts in New York (2008) ; Tropicalisms at the Jersey City Museum in New Jersey (2006) ; No Country is an Island at the Paul Robeson Gallery in New Jersey (2006) ; Contemporary Women Artists at the Indiana State University (2004) ; Spirit and Passion: Afro-Caribbean Art at the CCCA Gallery in Hudson (2003) ; Rose’s choice at the Museo Internazionale della Donna nell’Arte in Abruzzo, Italiy (2002) and Generation 2000 at the Galerie Bourbon-Lally in Montréal, Canada (2001).

Biennials

Vladimir Cybil Charlier participated into the 52d Venice Biennale, Italy (2007), 7th Biennial of Cuenca, Ecuador (2004) and Caribbean Biennial in the Museo de Arte Moderno of Santo Domingo (2003), as well as into several engraving biennials (Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic).

Vladimir Cybil Charlier was awarded a prize for her solo exhibition at the Museo de Arte Moderno of Santo Domingo, Dominican Rep. (2003).