Join us digitally for our tour program, Local Views at PAMM, where select local artists will speak about their creative process and artistic practice. This month, artist-photojournalist Carl-Philippe Juste will lead the tour, sharing his national and international photojournalism practice.
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Under the threat of persecution, Haitian-born Carl-Philippe Juste and his politically active family were forced to flee their homeland in 1965, eventually settling in Miami's Haitian community. Since 1991, he has worked as a photojournalist for The Miami Herald. Juste has covered national and international stories for the Herald, including assignments in Haiti, Cuba, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iraq. As part of his ongoing independent work, in 1998, Juste co-founded Iris Photo Collective. In 2016, Juste won a prestigious Knight Arts Challenge grant to complete "Havana, Haiti: Two Cultures, One Community," a book and exhibit of photographs and essays about Cubans' and Haitians' lives and shared humanity, opened IPC Art Space in 2019 to further engage the public with the arts, and won the Oolite Arts' "The Ellies" in 2019.