SVA students honor Black History Month with art exhibition

NEW YORK — Angelica Dalzon is a senior Illustration major at the School of Visual Arts. Her series of digital prints called “Breath, Eyes, Memory” looks at a family of women and values within the Haitian culture.

Dalzon is Haitian American, raised in suburban New Jersey.

“There’s healing and there’s trauma, but healing by the end, and I think that’s the important part,” Dalzon said.

Dalzon’s work is part of an exhibition she co-curated with fellow student Kyra Husbands at SVA’s Chelsea Gallery, on the 15th floor of 601 W. 26th St.

“I wanted to tell stories that I thought were important, or not seen,” Dalzon said.


→ Continue reading at Spectrum News NY1

[ufc-fb-comments url=""]

Latest Articles

Related Articles