Eight interviews with Florine Démosthène

Florine Démosthène was born in the United States and raised between Port-au-Prince, Haiti and New York. Demosthene earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Parsons the New School for Design in New York and her Master of Fine Arts from Hunter College-City University of New York. She has exhibited extensively through group and solo exhibitions in the USA, Caribbean, UK, Europe and Africa, with recent solo shows including The Stories I Tell Myself (Gallery 1957, Ghana) and The Unbecoming (Semaphore Gallery, Switzerland). She is the recipient of a Tulsa Artist Fellowship, Arts Moves Africa Grant and a Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant. She has participated in residencies in the USA, UK, Slovakia, Ghana and Tanzania. Her work can be seen at the University of South Africa (UNISA), Lowe Museum of Art, PFF Collection of African American Art and in various private collections worldwide. Ms. Démosthène resides between New York, Accra, and Johannesburg.”

• Exclusive Interview: Florine Démosthène, Uprising Art: Contemporary Caribbean Art, April 23, 2012.

• Florine Démosthène and the New Black Female Heroine, African Digital Art, February 15, 2016.

• Florine Démosthène explores the black female form using mixed media art, Design Indaba, May 18, 2016

• Florine Démosthène on Femininity and Sensuality, Omenka, March 26, 2018.

• Florine Demosthene Is Conjuring the History of Black Heroines—and Creating New Ones, Artsy, March 29, 2018.

• Healing the Wounded: A Conversation with Artist Florine Démosthène, World Literature Today, February 14, 2019.

• OtherPeoplesPixels Interviews Florine Démosthène, OtherPeoples Pixels, July 10, 2019.

• Florine Démosthène, Visual Artist, Kreyolicious (no date).

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