An artist selling his paintings in a street in Haiti
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Foreign aid workers helping resurrect Haiti's art scene

The 2010 earthquake did more than just devastate Haiti's infrastructure, it destroyed most of the country's art galleries and the livelihoods of artists who sold their paintings on the streets.

But the influx of NGO workers - and their cash - is helping to boost an artistic revival in the Caribbean country.

BBC Brazil's João Fellet reports.

  • 02 Mar 2012
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