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SINCE 1974

Ba'm Nouvel! What's New!
"Ba'm Nouvel" translated literally from Haitian Kreol means "Give me the news" On the streets of Port-au-Prince, it means "Hey friend, What's happening?" Below is a list of new pieces we have put up since the year 2000 on the Galerie Macondo site and the dates they were posted.

August 19, 2010
We have discontinued updating the "What's New " Page as everything that is new does appear on our home page. Please scroll down the home page to see what you have missed since your last visit.

Posted 7/20/2010

Posted 7/12/10

Posted 7/8/10

Posted 6/21/10

Posted 6/16/10

Posted 5/29/10

Posted 5/4/10

Whoops! We missed a few postings, sorry about that

Posted 10/26/09

Posted 10/1/09

Posted 9/18/09

Posted August 14, 2009

Posted July7

Posted July 25, 2009

Posted July 7, 2009

Posted JUne 26, 2009

Posted April 6, 2009

Posted March 16, 2009

Posted March 9, 2009

Posted February 20, 2009

Posted February 6, 2009

Posted January 31, 2009

Posted January 24, 2009

Posted December 16, 2008

Posted November 16, 2008

Posted November 6, 2008

Posted September 18, 2008

Posted July 23, 2008

Posted 6/25/08

Posted June 18

Posted June 8

Posted June 3, 2008

Posted May 7, 2008

Posted April 14, 2008

Posted 3/26/08

Posted February 18, 2008

Posted February 12, 2008

Posted January 29, 2008

Posted January 15, 2008

Posted January 7, 2008

Posted December 18, 2007

Posted November 23, 2007

Posted October 4, 2007

Posted August 8, 2007

Posted July 19, 2007

Posted July 2, 2007

Posted June 23, 2007

Posted May 20, 2007

Posted April 19, 2007

Posted April 11, 2007

Posted March 5, 2007

Posted February 21, 2007


Posted January 22, 2007

Posted January 17,2007

Posted December 30, 2006

Posted December 12, 2006

Posted November 14, 2006

Posted October 10, 2006

Posted September 28, 2006

Posted September 12, 2006

Posted August 29, 2006

Posted August 9, 2006

Posted July 31.

Posted July 26, 2006

Posted June 6, 2006

Posted April 26, 2006

Posted April 12, 2006

Posted April 10, 2006

Posted April 3, 2006

Posted March 7, 2006

Posted February 18, 2006

Posted January 20, 2006

Posted January 5, 2006

Posted December 6, 2005

Posted November 10, 2005

Posted October 12, 2005

Posted October 7, 2005

Posted September 12, 2005

Posted August 22, 2005

Posted July 27, 2005

Posted July 20, 2005

Posted July 15, 2005

Posted June 27, 2005

Posted June 20, 2005

Posted June 16, 2004

Posted May 25-27, 2005

Posted May 12, 2005

Posted May 6, 2005

Posted May 2, 2005

Posted April 26, 2005

Posted April 20, 2005

Posted February 26, 2005

Posted February 19, 2005

Posted February12, 2005

Posted February 2, 2005

Posted January 21, 2005

Posted January 18, 2005

Posted January 17, 2005

Posted December 11, 2004

Posted November 15, 2004

Posted October 26, 2004

Posted October 15, 2004

Posted October 10, 2004

Posted September 18, 2004

Posted August 21, 2004

Posted July 31,2004

  • 4 jungle paintings by Maxo

Posted June 23, 2004

Posted May 27, 2004

Posted May 13, 2004

Posted April 19, 2004

Posted April 6. 2004

Posted March 27, 2004

Posted February 8, 2004

Posted February 1, 2004

Posted January 31, 2004

Posted January 22, 2004

Posted January 17, 2004

Posted December 19, 2003

Posted November 28, 2003

Posted November 5, 2003

Posted October 5, 2003

Posted September 16, 2003

Posted September 1, 2003

Posted August 16, 2003

Posted August 3, 2003

Posted June 16, 2003

Posted May 30, 2003

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Win A Prize! The first five people who email us to tell us what purpose this Haitian structure serves and why it has those large bumps on the legs will win a set of Haitian Art postcards.

10/20/98 ..Our contest is over now and most of the the lucky winners have received their postcards. We had some interesting replies, like this one from New Mexico:

"..those bumps are actually soul urns, housing the souls of ancestors of the family who live in the house. It is built on stilts to withstand floods, as well as to safekeep against the bad spirits who slither close to the earth. How is that for a shot in the dark?"

That is a great guess, but as far as I know, is not correct.

The structure is actually used to store grain and other foods. The bumps? I can't put it any more succinctly than did one of the winners . The "bumps" are to "keep the rats outta dare"

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Highland Park • Pittsburgh, PA 15206 • 1-412-661-1498
macondo@telerama.com

SINCE 1974


Highland Park • Pittsburgh, PA 15206 • 1-412-661-1498
macondo@telerama.com

SINCE 1974