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Eric Girault


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New York, NY 10027

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Rochasse sur Bois, 24" x 36", 1992
Rochasse sur Bois, 24" x 36", 1992

Events & Updates

oct 4th, 2018

feb 11th - feb 25th, 2018

JAN 12TH, 2018

dec 2nd, 2017

Celebrated my 80th birthday with a surprise party with beloved family and friends at Benoit NYC. Thank you everyone!

nov 16th - 27th, 2017

photo courtesy of Jimmy Greene

FEB 16TH - 19th, 2017

JAN 18TH - FEB 25TH, 2017

LE REVE AUX COULEURS RESILIENTES is a retrospective exhibition of Eric's work over his extensive 60 year artistic career, expertly organized by guest curator Debra Vanderburg Spencer. Thank you to Corrine and Joe of Kenkeleba and everyone who braved the rain to join us for the opening.

JUNE 23RD - AUG 19TH, 2016

Thank you to all who attended the opening reception on June 23rd. It was so good to meet new admirers and to spend some time reminiscing with old patrons on a beautiful summer day. And a special thank you to       Debra Spencer for organizing and making this show a success at The Interchurch Center.


FEB 5TH - 7TH, 2016

MARCH 27TH, 2015

Eric was honored and presented with an award for leadership in Haitian culture by The Friends Of FOKAL on March 27th. The evening celebrated The Promise of Haiti II: The Renaissance of Gingerbread Houses, Art & Architecture in Support of FOKAL. Several of Eric's artwork from his Gingerbread house series were on display at the Medici Group headquarters in New York, where the event was held.


Fellow honorees were Hon. Scott Stringer, New York City Comptroller and Frans & Sweet Joy Johansson of the Medici Group. Key note speaker was H.E. Michele D. Pierre-Louis, President of FOKAL and the former Prime Minister of Haiti.

Eric with Myriam Nader, Mme Pierre-Louis, Jacqueline Girault, Sweet Joy Johansson, Frans Johansson and the representative for Comptroller Scott Stringer

JAN 31st - FEB 2nd, 2014

JUNE 23RD, 2013





Thank you to Etienne Telemaque, Pat Brintle, the Queens Museum of Art and everyone who was involved in organizing this special event. Of course, it could not have been possible without all those who attended and gave their support.




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