Haitian stamps and paintings are on display at Mexico's Postal Museum as part of a series commemorating 95 years of diplomatic relations between Haiti and Mexico. The displayed stamps and paintings, accessible to the public courtesy of the Postal Service of Haiti, offer a unique glimpse into Haiti's cultural richness.

NEW YORK- Haïti’s stamps and paintings are on display at the Mexico Postal Museum’s exhibit showcasing Haiti's historical architecture, religious syncretism, and vibrant spirit.

The exhibit, titled “Images and Reflections of Haiti through its Stamps and Paintings,” is part of a series of planned activities commemorating the 95 years of diplomatic relations between Haiti and Mexico. It is also

Organized and curated by Dubicart Gallery, this annual exhibition series invites the Mexican public, especially art enthusiasts, to immerse themselves in Haiti's narrative, embracing its history, ancestral legacy, and cultural abundance.

“This exhibition serves as a reflective mirror, offering a deeper understanding and appreciation of Haitian culture,” said Dubicart Gallery on its Facebook account.

In collaboration with the Postal Service of Haiti, the National School of Arts, ENARTS, and the Embassy of Haiti in Mexico, Dubicart Gallery, supported by Los Correos Mexicanos, presents a compelling story of Haïti, encapsulating the essence of the country’s journey through its stamps and art. The exhibit provides a platform for ENARTS emerging artists to showcase their talent on the international stage.

The collection of stamps showcased reveals Haiti's narrative through its historical landmarks and everyday life. The paintings capture the nuances of Haitian customs, rural landscapes, Vodou ceremonies, market scenes, and the daily realities of its people, captivating the observer's gaze. Moreover, the exhibition highlights the educational ties between Haïti and Mexico, as many Haitian students have pursued their studies in Mexico.

The organizers underscored the accessibility of the showcased stamps, made available to the public by the Postal Service of Haiti.

The exhibit that started on April 4 will be on display until May 31.

Ralph Delly is an award-winning music and entertainment journalist with extensive experience covering the Haitian Music Industry and the Haitian-American community. He has worked in Haiti and the United States at such media organizations as Radio Metropole, WNWK/107.5 FM, Radio Soleil d’Haïti and The Haitian Time – where he penned the popular “The Delly Dish” gossip column. Dellys has worked with numerous artists in the HMI, including Zin, Lakol, Phantoms, Zenglen, Sokute, Jam, See Well and 509 – to name a few. Delly graduated from Carlos Albizu University of Miami and City College of New York (CUNY)

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