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Francks Deceus

Haiti Born in: 1966

F. Deceus was born in Cap-Haitien, Haiti. He moved to NYC when he was nine years old. He currently resides and maintains a studio in Brooklyn, NY. He received a B.A. in sociology from the Long Island University, NY, in 1992. He has studied printmaking at the Bob Blackburn Printmaking Workshop. In February 2008 he was the recipient, of the Samella Lewis Award.

Group exhibitions include the Brooklyn Museum, NY; Museum of Contemporary African Diaspora Arts (MOCADA), Brooklyn, NY; The National Civil Rights Museum, Memphis, TN; Gallery M, New York, NY; and Hampton University, Hampton, VA.

His work is in private and public collections, including Xavier University, New Orleans, LA, and the Schomburg Center, New York Public Library, NY.

His work has been featured in publications such as The International Revue of African-American Art and The Village Voice, as well as being included in " 100 New York Painters ", by Cynthia Maris Dantzic.

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Francks Deceus, Mumbo Jumbo NYC#8 - Figurative Painting with Red, Orange, and Blue Colors, Painting

Francks Deceus

Mumbo Jumbo NYC#8 - Figurative Painting with Red, Orange, and Blue Colors, 2019
30 x 24 inch
Painting

$ 4,000

Francks Deceus, "Intersect #A7" - blue and green figurative painting on canvas with collage, Painting

Francks Deceus

"Intersect #A7" - blue and green figurative painting on canvas with collage, 2016
16 x 20 inch
Painting

$ 2,000

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