One of the largest and best-ever exhibits of Haitian art will be opening this week at the Organization of American States, 17th and Constitution Ave., Washington D.C. The showing is part of a more general celebration of the Haitian Bicentennial. I am pleased to announce I will have eight pieces in the show. In addition to the voodoo flags, and a number of paintings, look for the bearded plastic doll on the horse, trampling two bound babies, and wrapped in sequins and jewels (not a joke!). Opening night is Monday, 6 p.m. (invitations required), after that the exhibit is open regular business hours, but not weekends. The show closes July 9th, make it if you can!