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Thomas Kern’s Haiti


How does one capture what has already been captured many times? Specifically, how does one capture Haiti, with its natural disasters, its bright colors, its bleak poverty, and its voodoo rituals? The “Pearl of the Caribbean,” whose colonial nickname has become a slur, is so very photogenic. “It’s easy to take great pictures in this country,” remarked Thomas Kern. “Me, I wanted to figure out what makes them great.”

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