February 27: Artist Talk with Yolène Legrand on her new exhibit “Perspectives in Color and Black & White”

Haitian Born New York Artist Yolène Legrand unveils her dynamic new exhibition “Perspectives in Color and Black & White.”

Tête de Femme (Linoprint), Haiti

Artist Talk:

Wednesday, February 27th, 5-6:45pm.

Join HCX for a discussion with Yolène Legrand about her current exhibition “Perspectives in Color and Black & White” and the inspirations behind her works.

Exhibition on view:

February 1, 2013 to February 28, 2013


Mondays & Wednesdays –3:00—6:30 pm
Tuesdays & Thursdays –2:00—5:30 pm
Fridays & Saturdays 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm


Tompkins Square Library
331 East 10th Street (between Aves A & B)
Manhattan, NY 10009

Directions: L train to 14 Street & 1st Avenue, walk East one block on 14 St to Avenue A then 4 blocks South on Ave A to 10 St, turn left on 10 St. or take any train to 14 Street then transfer to the Eastbound crosstown 14A Bus (it goes East on 14 Street till Ave. A then South on Ave. A), get off around Avenue A and 10 Street.

 Inquiries: (212) 253-6803 or  itiah1@aol.com

For more information, visit  www.yolenelegrand.com

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