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Vilaire, Patrick. (b. Haiti, 1942; active Haiti, 1998)
 

Bibliography and Exhibitions

MONOGRAPHS AND SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

Paris (France). Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain.
PATRICK VILAIRE: réflexion sur la mort: sculptures.
January 10-March 16, 1997.
69, [10] pp. exhib. cat., illus. Texts by Jacques Kerchache, et al. 4to (28 cm.), wraps.

Rebourcet, Gabriel and Alain Sancerni.
La servitude et une mémoire. Récit d'un jour ordinaire et paroles de PATRICK VILAIRE; sculpteur, pour servir de mémoire à l'exposition de ses oeuvres.
Marseille Editions Riveneuve, 2000.
103 pp., photographs, drawings and sketches of sculpture. Text by Gabriel Rebourcet and Alain Sancerni. Pictorial black paper covers; numbered limited ed. of 350.

GENERAL BOOKS AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

BERG EN DAL (The Netherlands). Afrika Museum.
Roots & More: Journey of the Spirits.
April 1-November 1, 2009.
Exhib. cat., illus. Group exhibition of work by artists of the African Diaspora. Included: Belkis Ayón, Barra, José Bedia, Société Secrète Bizango (a group), María Magdalena Campos-Pons, Sokari Douglas Camp, Edouard Duval-Carrié, Félix Farfan, Stivenson Magloire, Pascale Monnin, Santiago Rodríguez Olazábal, Gerald Pinedo, Alison Saar, Eneida Sanches, Renée Stout, Patrick Vilaire, Frantz Augustin Zéphirin, Rosana Paulino.

BLONCOURT, GERALD and MARIE-JOSE NADAL-GARDERE.
La Peinture Haitienne / Haitian Arts.
Paris: Editions Nathan, 1986.
208 pp., over 100 color plates, photos of artists, chronols. on individual artists, general chronology, index of artists [which seems to end with W in all copies we have seen.] Many dozens of artists are listed only by name in the index with no further information and no illustration. Intro. by Gesner Armand; texts by Bloncourt, Dewitt Peters; chronols. by Pierre Monosiet and Marie-Jose Nadal. In French and English. Important inclusion of the broader group of Haitian artists, including many hitherto little-noted women painters and modernists, also some sculptors (in spite of the book's title.) Includes: Gesner Abelard, Willy Abelard, Jocelyn Agenor, Leon Agnant, Gerald Alexis, Gabriel Alix, Ralph Allen, Jean-Claude Almonor, Occide Almonor, Volvick Almonor, Fritzner Alphonse, Michel-Ange Altidor, Hector Ambroise, Jackson Ambroise, Xavier Amiama, Montas Antoine, Gesner Armand, Gesner Armand, Georges Auguste, Wilfrid (Frido) Austin, Forest Avril, Castera Bazile, Mario Benjamin, Rigaud Bénoit, Wilson Bigaud, Roland Blain, Fabolon Blaise, Serge Moléon Blaise, Saint-Louis Blaise, Sisson Blanchard, Smith Blanchard, Gerald Bloncourt, Noemie Clainville Bloncourt, Ludovic Booz, Maurice Borno, Jean-Baptiste Bottex, Seymour Etienne Bottex, Henry Robert Brésil, Murat Brierre (sculptor), Bourmond Byron, Robert St. Brice, Jean-Claude Castera, Marie-Hélène Cauvin, Dieudonné Cédor, Ralph Chapoteau, Etienne Chavannes, Jacques-Richard Chéry, Préfète Duffaut, Raphael Denis, Villard Dennis, Rose-Marie Desruisseaux, André Dimanche (sculptor), Roland Dorcély, Guy A. Dorcin, Nicholas Dreux, Abner Dubic, Henri Dubreuil, Gervais Emmanuel Ducasse, Alfred Dujour, Joubert Duperrier, Odilon Duperrier, Edouard Duval-Carrié, Jacques Enguerrand-Gourgue, Franck Etienne, Levoy Exil, Celestin Faustin, Lafortune Felix, Gerard Fombrun, Jacques Gabriel, Serge Gay, Max Gerbier, Jacques Geslin, Alexandre Gregoire, Elsie Haas, Georges Hector, Calixte Henry, Edith Hollant, Hector Hyppolite, Saincilus Ismael, Harry Jacques (aka Arijac), Eugene Jean, Francoise Jean, Nehemy Jean, Jean-Baptiste Jean, Carlo Jean Jacques, Eric Jean-Louis, Henri Jean-Louis, Guy Joachim, Antonio Joseph, Casimir Joseph, Fritz-Edouard Joseph, Jasmin Joseph, Nacius Joseph, Pierre Joseph, Reyald Joseph, Wifredo Lam, Gisou Lamothe, Georges Laratte, Franklyn Latortue, Philton Latortue, Lyonel Laurenceau, Peterson Laurent, Luckner Lazard, Hervé Lebreton, Jean-Claude Legagneur, Adam Leontus, Georges Liautaud (sculptor), Jacques Liautaud, Janvier Louisjuste, Joseph Louisjuste, Seresier Louisjuste, Franck Louissaint, Ernst Louizor, Andrée Malebranche, Elzire Malebranche, Descollines Manes, Albert Mangones, Monique Mangones, Michele Manuel, Emmanuel Merisier, Ronald Mevs, Madsen Mompremier, Pierre Monosiet, Amerigo Montagutelli, Sully Moreau, Abner Mortimer, Abraham Mucius, Cesar Muller, Frantz Multidor, Gilda Thebaud Nassief, Andrée Georges Naude, André Navel, Paul Nemours, Vincent Nemours, Jacqueline Nesti, André Normil, Hervé Normil, Nooz, Charles Obas, Antoine Obin, Claude Obin, Donald Obin, Harrison Obin, Henri-Claude Obin, Jean-Marie Obin, Michaelle Obin, Michel Obin, Othon Obin, Philomé Obin, Seneque Obin, Sully Obin, Télémaque Obin, Gerard Olivier, Raymond Olivier, Daniel Orelus, Frantz Oriol, Felipe Orlando, Rémy Paillant (as Paillan), Pierre Pailliere, Roland Palanquet, Francis Paraison, Robal Paris, Rev. Jean Parisot, André J. G. Pascal, Damien Paul, Gerard Paul, Manno Paul, Jean-Baptiste Pericles, Frida Perou, Clara Petit, Yves Phanor, Prosper Phildor, Robert Philippe-Auguste, Salnave Philippe-Auguste, Marilene Phipps, Viviane Phipps, André Pierre, Antoine Pierre, Fernand Pierre, Frederic Pierre, René Pierre, Sonny Pierre, Vierge Pierre, Willy Pierre, Wilner Pierre, Evans Pierre-Augustin, Pierre Pierre-Canel, Emmanuel Pierre-Charles, Immacula Pierre-Louis, Prospere Pierre-Louis, Raymond Pierre-Louis, Wesner Pierre-Louis, Louis Vergniaud Pierre-Noel, Emmanuel Pierrette, Max Pinchinat, Enock Placide, Dieudonné Pluviose, Ronel Pointdujour, Serge Pointdujour, Fontenel Pointjour, Louverture Poisson, Jerome Polycarpe, Lamy Pomayrac, Fidelio Ponce, René Portocarrero, Lucie Poux, F. Pradel, Charles C. Pressoir, Edouard Preston, Frantz Prézumé, Guerdy Préval, Michel Préval, Emmanuel Prévil, Micheline Prézeau, Lucien Price, Yvon Princivil, Jonas Prophil, Cameau Rameau, Marcel Raveau, Dorleans Raymond, Geo Remponeau, Guy Reserve, Revinchal, Albert Rigaud, Jean-Claude Rigaud, Louis Rigaud, Franck Robuste, Jean-Claude Robuste, Camy Rocher, Ignacio Rocit, Gerald Rocourt, Fritz Rock, Samuel Roker, Louis Rosemond, Dieudonné Rouanez, Henry Rouanez, David Rouzier, Alix Roy, Marie-Florence Roy-Mason, Georges Saieh, Camille Saint-Aude, Robert St.-Brice, Jean-Claude St.-Croix, Lionel St-Eloi, Jean St.-Fleur, Louisiane St.-Fleurant, Phoenix St.-Hilaire, Edner St.-Hubert, Jacques St.-Hubert, Fritz St.-Jean, Toussaint St.-Pierre, Claude St.- Rome, Emmanuel St.-Vil, Michel St.-Vil, Murat St.-Vil, Salem, Emilio Sanchez, Pétion Savain, Micius Stéphane, Hervé Télémaque, Carol Theard, Jean-Pierre Theard, Buffon Thermidor, Camille Torchon, Saint-Pierre Toussaint, Luce Turnier, Jacques Valbrun, Favrange Valcin, Gerard Valcin, Pierre-Joseph Valcin, Maurice Vital, Louis Vassor, Denis Vergin, Hernod Versaint, Raoul Viard, Philippe Vieux, Patrick Vilaire, Alexis Vincent, Joseph Vincent, Rene Vincent, Diecilius Vital, Maurice Vital, Pauleus Vital, Jean-Dominique Volcy, Bernard Wah, Edgard Wah, Edouard Wah, Ghislaine Wah, Jean-Marcel Wah, Marcel K. Wah, Patrick Gerald Wah. Hilda Williams, Edner Wilner, Jean Wilner, Robert (Bob) Wilson. 4to (12.1 x 9.3 in.), brown cloth, pictorial d.j. First ed.

BRONX (NY). Hostos Community College and Mexic Arte Museum, Austin, TX.
Myths Redefined.
Thru December 31, 1993.
Exhib. brochure with brief text by curator Gerald Alexis. Group exhibition of four Haitian artists: Burton Chenet, Edouard Duval-Carrié, Marilene Phipps, Patrick Vilaire. [Review: Vivian Raynor, "Urban Aspirations and Island Mysteries Assessed in the Bronx," NYT, December 12, 1993.]

MIAMI (FL). The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, Florida International University.
Lespri Endepandan: Discovering Haitian Sculpture.
September 10-December 5, 2004.
95 pp. exhib. cat., biogs. of all artists. Text by Donald Cosentino; curated by Elizabeth Cerejido. Significant exhibition of over 50 pieces of Haitian steel drum and forged iron sculpture spanning over five decades, as well as contemporary mixed media sculpture. Artists include: Georges Liautaud, Pierrot Barra, Elodie Barthélemy, Gabriel Bien-Aimé, Murat Brierre, Mario Benjamin, Patrick Boucard, Jean Herard Celeur, Edouard Duval-Carrié, André Eugene, Frantz Jacques, Serge Jolimeau, Joseph Louisjuste, Camille Jean Nasson, Barbara Prézeau, Michel Sinvil, Eddy Steinhauer, Lionel St-Eloi, and Patrick Vilaire. Sq. 8vo (9 x 9 in.), wraps.

PARIS (France). Agnes B Gallery.
Haiti: Royaume de ce monde.
April 8-May 18, 2011.
Group exhibition, organized for the Haiti Pavilion, 54th Venice Biennale (June 4-July 21, 2011.) Artists included: Sergine André (a.k.a. Djin), Elodie Barthélémy, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Mario Benjamin, Jean-Herard Celeur, Maksaens Denis, Edouard Duval-Carrié, André Eugene, Frankétienne, Guyodo, Sebastien Jean, Killy, Tessa Mars, Pascale Monnin (white Haitian-born artist), Pask ö, Barbara Prézeau, Michelange Quay, Roberto Stephenson, Hervé Télémaque, Patrick Vilaire.

PARIS (France). Galeries nationales du Grand Palais.
Haiti, Art Naif, Art Vaudou.
Rome: Edizioni Carte Segete, 1988.
276 pp., 136 excellent color plates (most full-page, several double-page), b&w photos only of sculpture, photos of most artists. Texts by Michel Monnin, Andre Breton, Michel Philippe Lerebours, Gerald Alexis, et al. In French. Includes: Ralph Allen, Philippe Auguste, Castera Bazile, Rigaud Bénoit, Wilson Bigaud, Roland Blain, Fabolon Blaise, Smith Blanchard, Murat Brierre, Jacques-Richard Chery, Delnatus, Paul Dieuseul, Wilmino Domond, Préfète Duffaut, Levoy Exil, Célestin Faustin, Hector Hyppolite, Felix Lafortune, Fritzner Lamour, Jean-Joseph Laurent, Georges Liautaud, Joseph Louisjuste, Madsen Mompremier (as Monpremier), André Normil, Philomé Obin, Seneque Obin, Damien Paul, Gerard Paul, André Pierre, Prospere Pierre Luous, Camy Rocher, Pierre-Louis Murat Saint Vil, Roosevelt Sanon, Jean-Louis Senatus, Denis Smith, Micius Stéphane, Thialy, Pierre-Joseph Valcin and many others. Sq. 8vo, pictorial card wraps. First ed.

PARIS (France). Musée du Montparnasse, and other venues.
Le dernier voyage d’André Malraux en Haïti ou "La découverte de l’art Vaudou".
June 19-December 11, 2009.
128 pp. exhib. cat., color illus., checklist of 73 contemporary works. Text by Jean-Marie Drot. The exhibition includes paintings and sculpture featuring the artists of the Saint-Soleil community, Haitian photography, as well as the projection of films from the series based on Malraux's travels, "Journal de voyage avec André Malraux à la recherche des arts du monde entier." a 13 film series by Jean-Marie Drot made for French television between 1974 and 1976. [Description and exhib. checklist: http://www.museedumontparnasse.net/IMG/file/DP_Malraux-Haiti.pdf'

PARIS (France). Musée national d'art moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Grande halle de La Villette.
Les Magiciens de la Terre.
May 18-August 14, 1989.
271 pp. exhib. cat., illus. Historically important exhibition, a ground-breaking show inaugurating the ongoing debates on defining and representing cultural and ethnic "difference" in Western curatorial practice. Texts by Essays by Jean-Hubert Martin, Aline Luque, Mark Francis, André Magnin, Pierre Gaudibert, Thomas McEvilley, Homi Bhabha, Jacques Soulillou, and Bernard Marcadé. Artists included: Fernando Alvim (Togo), Dossou Amidou (Togo), José Bedia (Cuba), Gabriel Bien-Aimé (Haiti), Seni Camara (Senegal), Jean-Jacques Efiaimbelo (Madagascar), Agbagli Kossi (Togo), Kane Kwei (Ghana), Georges Liautaud (Haiti), Esther Mahlangu (South Africa), Henry Munyaradzi (Zimbabwe), Twins Seven-Seven (Nigeria), Frédéric Bruly Bouabré (Cote d'Ivoire), Chéri Samba (Zaire), Cyprien Tokoudagba (Benin), Sunday Jak Akpan (Nigeria), Bodys Isek Kingslez (Democratic Republic of Congo), Patrick Vilaire (Haiti), et al. [Over 50 reviews of this highly controversial exhibition were published worldwide of which we can cite just a few: Liliana Albertazzi, "The magicians convene in Paris," Contemporanea (New York) 2, no. 5 (July/August 1989):54-61, color illus.] 4to (36 x 28 cm.), wraps.

PARIS (France). Revue noire.
Revue noire 9: Caraibes Art & Literature Vol. 2 (juin-aout, 1993).
1993.
64 pp., hundreds of illus in color and b&w. This issue ed. by Jean-Claude Charles and Pascal Martin Saint Leon focuses on the contemporary art of Haiti, Republica Dominicana, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, Guyana. Dual lang. French/English text. Artists included (listed by country): Haiti: Papillon, Stevenson Magloire, Patrick Vilaire, Mario Benjamin, Ronald Mevs, Roland Bastien, Barbara Prézeau-Stephenson, Robert St Brice, Edouard Duval-Carrié, Frantz Lamothe, Hervé Télémaque, Burton Chenet, Elodie Barthélemy, Roland Jean; Republica Dominica: Lora Read, Tony Capellan, Juan Mayi, Ines Tolentino, Antonio Alcantara, Fernando Valera, Victor Ulloa, Jesus Desangles, Jose Castillo, Jose Garcia Cordero, Paul Recio; Puerto Rico: Rafael Trelles, Jaime Fournier, Dennis Mario, Mirna Baez, Nora Rodriguez Valles, Mari Mater O'Neill, Sylvia Passalacqua, Eswin Velasquez, Carlos Rivera Villafañe, Carlos Davila Rinaldi, Arnaldo, Roche-Rabell; Trinidad: Edward Bowen, Anna Serrao, Francisco Cabral, Emheyo Bahabba, Kenwyn Crichlow, Avelino Reyes, Irénée Shaw, Christopher Cozier; Guyana: Wilson Harris, Dominique Martin. Also included are reviews of exhibitions of the Seydou Keita retrospective and a decade show of Afro-British photography launched by Autograph (Black British Photographers, londres les années 70-80.) Tall 4to (33 x 23 cm.), wraps. First ed.

POUPEYE, VEERLE.
Caribbean Art.
New York: Thames & Hudson, 1998.
224 pp., 177 illus. (70 in color), index. Artists include: Carl Abrahams, Carlos Jose Alfonzo (as Alfonso), Gesner Armand, Albert Artwell, Luis Azaceta, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Castera Bazile, John Beadle, José Bedia, Mario Benjamin, Rigaud Bénoit, Wilson Bigaud, Isaiah Boodhoo, Frank Bowling, David Boxer, Sonia Boyce, Marta Maria Perez Bravo, Ernest Bréleur, Murat Brierre, Hope Brooks, Everald Brown, Jackson Burnside, Stan Burnside, Dieudonné Cédor, Eddie Chambers, Margaret Chen, Albert Chong, LeRoy P. Clarke, Christopher Cozier, Kenwyn Crichlow, Leonard Daley, Annalee Davis, Roland Dorcély, Préfète Duffaut, John Dunkley, Edouard Duval-Carrié, Tomas Esson, Levoy Exil, Lafortune Felix, Amos Ferguson, Frido ((Wilfrid Austin), Claude Garoute, Milton George, Stanley Greaves, Boscoe Holder, Hector Hyppolite, Serge Jolimeau, Jasmin Joseph, Tam Joseph, Kapo (Mallica Reynolds), Georges Liautaud, Stivenson Magloire (as Stevenson), Ronald Moody, Keith Morrison, Petrona Morrison, Philomé Obin, Eugene Palmer, Dieuseul Paul, Bernadette Persaud, André Pierre, Prospere Pierre-Louis, Keith Piper, Omari Ra, Ras Akyem Ramsey, Pétion Savain, Bernard Séjourne, Robert St. Brice, Louisiane St. Fleurant, Juan Sanchez, Denis Smith, Hervé Télémaque, Tiga (Jean Claude Garoute), Luce Turnier, Patrick Vilaire, Bernard Wah, Nari Ward, Barrington Watson, Osmond Watson, Aubrey Williams, et al. 8vo, wraps.

TWA, LINDSAY J.
Visualizing Haiti in U.S. Culture, 1910-1950.
London: Ashgate, 2014.
illus., bibliog., index. Includes detailed discussion of William Edouard Scott, Jacob Lawrence, Aaron Douglas, Lois Mailou Jones. Passing mention of numerous other artists, including: Elmer Simms Campbell, Hector Hyppolite, James A. Porter, Pétion Savain, Henry Ossawa Tanner, Luce Turnier, Patrick Vilaire, et al.

VENICE (Italy). La Biennale di Venezia, Fondazione Querini Stampalia.
54th Venice Biennale: Haiti Kingdom of This World.
June 2-July 31, 2011.
Curated by Giscard Bouchotte. Included: Sergine André, Elodie Barthélémy, Mario Benjamin, Maxence Denis, Eduard Duval-Carrié, Frankétienne, Guyodo, Sébastien Jean, Killy, Tessa Mars, white artist Pascale Monnin, Paskö, Barbara Prézeau, Roberto Stephenson, Hervé Télémaque, Patrick Vilaire.