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Exhibit tells story of Haitian Miami

The most stunning and riveting photographs in Bruce Weber’s series on Haitian Miami, which just opened at North Miami’s MOCA, are the black-and-white portraits. The expressions captured on the faces, especially of the young girls, form the storyline of “Haiti/Little Haiti,” revealing so much of the life of this community. Those faces are at times smiling, troubled, calm or pensive, but the famed fashion photographer lets them all tell an individual tale.



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