Spike Lee's SHE'S GOTTA HAVE IT on Netflix premiered featuring Jean Pierre’s art and collaboration with head costume designer Marchlena Rogers

JP's Belonging Series on exhibition at the INERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND courtesy of the office of Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability through December

Jean Pierre's South African Art Residency funded in part by DC Commission on the Arts Sister Cities INTERNATIONAL ARTS GRANT

Jean Pierre to exhibit with the ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN SMITHSONIAN in Honolulu Hawaii for 'Ae Kai A Culture Lab On Convergence July 7-9

JP Invited to the Obama White House JUSTICE & OPPORTUNITY ART FORUM: The Power of
the Arts in honor of National Youth Justice Awareness Month

Jean Pierre travels with WORLD SCHOLAR'S PROGRAM to Colon, Panama to create vibrant community mural

JP art selected for the cover of the U.S. Department of State ART IN EMBASSIES program book in Cotonou, Benin West Africa

Jean Pierre featured in
EBONY MAGAZINE [ENOUGH] Can Art Reduce Neighborhood Violence? Haitian American Artist Jean Pierre Thinks so

The paintings featured on this site speak to the nexus of political, social, and economic structures. They are a blend of artistic styles that span from multimedia collages to conceptual designs. I view my painting as a tool to reflect, inspire, and critique society.
December Featured Artwork:
Amour à Soweto