Lionel Laurenceau
Port-au-Prince, 1942

Fine tunes the training of the Beaux-Arts at the ABC School of Paris. In 1965, he wins his first award at the New York World Fair. At Laval University of Quebec, he has been pursuing, for almost 30 years, studies about human cerebral structures, research that feeds his pictorial universe in which Haitian types are depicted. It is impossible not to feel called by his quest of the Truth, a constant collision between hot and cold, emotion and logic, red and blue.