Jean-Ulrick Désert

a Haitian visual and conceptual artist
Jean-Ulrick Désert

(b. 1965) – Haitian visual and conceptual artist. His works often interfere with the public space, trying to redefine it. To this end he uses billboards, pictures, sculptures and video installations. He himself says that his works represent „suspicious invisibility”. His works have been exhibited in the Brooklyn Museum, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Grey Art Gallery NYU/Studio Museum of Harlem, Walker Art Center in the US, Cité Internationale des Arts in France and The Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst in Germany.