“Haiti Now” is a 700+ page visual almanac that depicts Haiti’s issues and opportunities. This comprehensive resource encompasses the nation’s modern history, politics, infrastructure, ecology, cultural and social issues through graphics, photography, data and text in both English and French. It is intended to build a common foundation of knowledge and understanding to unite a broad collection of professionals including planners, politicians, aid workers, artists, and other cultural investigators. Its aim is to inspire new possibilities for Haiti’s future. “Haiti Now” includes a foreword by The Right Honorable Michaëlle Jean and contributions by former Haitian Prime Minister Michèle Pierre-Louis, Frederick Mangones, Kesner Pharel, Jean W. Wiener, Claudine Michel, Nadege T. Clitandre and Iwan Baan. Erratum: The essay, “Bringing Down the Walls”, is credited to Hervè Sabin of Studio Drum Collaborative. The correct authorship is Nathalie Jolivert.
Texts by The Now Institute, Thom Mayne, Eui-Sung Yi
Contributions by Michèle Pierre-Louis, Kesner Pharel, Frederick Mangones, Jean W. Wiener
Photography by Iwan Baan
Publisher: The Now Institute; 1st edition (June 1, 2014)
Flexibound, 732 pages
Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 7.3 x 2 inches
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