Check out this great notice for Laura Heyman’s exhibition Pa Bouje Ankò: Don’t Move Again in the latest issue of The New Yorker. The Palitz Gallery in New York City, where Don’t Move Again will be on be on view until June 16, is the location for the latest staging of this exhibition, which premiered in the Light Work Main Gallery in September 2010. Click here to read more about the show and to see more images from the project, which captures life in Haiti before and after the 2010 earthquake. Make sure to stop by the Palitz Gallery, at the Lubin House, before June 16 to see the prints in person if you’re in the area. You can also read about the work in Contact Sheet 158.
Above: Blondine Herard, Polycarpe Racine, Mariot Herard, Daschmine Herard, December 2009