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Wah, Patrick Gerald. (b. Haiti, 1957; active 2005)
 

Bibliography and Exhibitions

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GENERAL BOOKS AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

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.

Lewis, Samella, ed.
Black Art: an international quarterly Vol. 2, No. 4 (1978).
1978.
72 pp., 15 color plates, numerous b&w illus., plus ads. Extensive survey of Haitian Art (by Marian Lipschutz); Brazil art and culture (through the eyes of Jim Lee); The Art of Justo Susano (by Annette Hochfield); 1st New World Festival of the African Diaspora: A Cultural Celebration (by Mae Tate); A Different Look At Africa's Wildlife (an illustrated children's story by Diana Kwong); James King's Sculptural Exterior Forms (by Jacqueline King). Artwork by: Marcelin, Jean-David Boursiquot, Gusmman Remy, Marcel Raveau, Patrick Wah, Wilson Bigaud, JNP Bernard, Edgar Brierre, Ossie Dubic, Justo Susana; James King, Marji Shaw, Mildred Howard; illustrated reviews of "Local Color" and "Tapestries from Senegal" plus documentary photography. 4to, wraps.

NEW ORLEANS (LA). Alliance Française de la Nouvelle Orleans.
La famille Wah (The Wah Family).
1995.
Group exhibition of paintings by Haitian artists Jean Marcel Wah, Jr., his father Marcel Wah, uncles Edouard and Edgard Wah, and brother Patrick Wah.

PIARD, PATRICE, SHUBERT DENIS, EMMANUEL DOSTALY and PATRICK WAH.
Haitian Artists in America.
H&H Printing, 1998.
114 pp., color plates, biog. and photo of each artist, with artist's statement for most. Edited by four Haitian artists who now live in the US: Patrice Piard, Shubert Denis, Emmanuel Dostaly and Patrick Wah. The book features the works of over forty Haitian diasporan artists who live in America, the majority of whom work in a so-called contemporary or "sophisticated primitive" style. Includes: Patrice Piard, Reggie André, Toussaint Auguste, Lucien Bourdeau, Carl Boirard, Michael Brudent, Raymond Cadet, Jean Fritz Chery, Pascal Compere, Ludner Confident, Raphael Denis, Enel Desir, Emmanuel Dostaly, Frantz Dupiton, Maryse M. Edouart, Frantz Emmanuel, Crossley R. Enrique, Guy S. Fleury, Avril Forest, Essud Fungcap, Jean Guillot, Nicole Brice Hyppolite, Ulrick Jean-Pierre, Sophia Lacroix, Lyonel Laurenceau, Herve Lebreton, Evelyn Dauphin Lebrun, Elie Lescot, Rachele Malebranche, Balkiss Clara Alice Menuau, Wah and Mireille Moise, Jean Eddy Moise, Gary Orphee, Emmanuel Pierre-Charles, Fritz Saint-Jean, J. Christian Sajous, Janet Sanon, Jean Venet Senatus, Margaret Solon, Edgard Wah, Edouard Wah. 4to, cloth, d.j. Signed numbered edition. (Also issued in paperback.)