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30. 10. 14

Sofía Córdova – ‘Every Night I Tell Myself I Am The Cosmos’ at the Royal NoneSuch Gallery in California

A solo exhibition of new work by Sofía Córdova runs until November 9, 2014 with a performance, 'I Do it Clean', taking place this Friday, October 31, 8 - 10 pm. Sofía Córdova (with Matthew Kirkland) will play a live show consisting of the ‘pop’ versions of songs featured in...

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29. 10. 14

Port-au-Prince inaugurates the Caribbean’s first ‘White Night’ event

The City of Port-au-Prince proudly presents the 1st inaugural Port-au-Prince By Night. On October 31, 2014, Port-au- Prince will inaugurate its first “White Night” event, in fact, a first in the Caribbean, after having graced Montreal, Belo Horizonte, Buenos Aires and La Paz on the American continent. The 1st inaugural...

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29. 10. 14

Exhibit B in London: A great show of relational art

Dionne Walker writes about the controversial exhibition ‘Exhibit B: The Human Condition’, which was held at the Barbican gallery, London, but closed due to protests claiming the installation's reenactment of human zoos was a racist display. Walker considers the active role of the protesters, who in a sense become part...

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28. 10. 14

National Gallery of Jamaica shares: Silver Musgrave Medal – Jasmine Thomas-Girvan

The National Gallery of Jamaica (NGJ) shares the success of artist Jasmine Thomas-Girvan, who was awarded the silver Musgrave Medal by the Institute of Jamaica on 22 October 2014. The NGJ congratulates her and publishes the citations below. [caption id="attachment_46974" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Jasmine Thomas-Girvan. Dreaming Backwards. Mixed media,...

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28. 10. 14

Alice Yard announces short list for 2014 Art Writing Prize

The judges for the 2014 Alice Yard Prize for Art Writing have chosen a shortlist of five writers. The prize, inaugurated in 2014, is an annual award for an original piece of critical writing on contemporary Caribbean art by a Caribbean writer aged 35 or under. The five finalists,...

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28. 10. 14

We Are One: A Tribute to Bill Grace

Bill Grace is remembered not only for his contribution as an artist but also as an educator, an environmentalist and a humanitarian. An exhibition honouring the life and work of Bill Grace opened on Wednesday October 22nd and runs through November 5th,  at the Division of Fine Arts at the...

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28. 10. 14

Call for Papers for Graduate Journal ‘Hemisphere: Visual Cultures of the Americas’

Hemisphere: Visual Cultures of the Americas, a leading peer-reviewed journal for graduate student authors, announces a call for paper submissions to be published in Volume VIII (2015). This is an open call for papers that explore the arts, architecture, and visual and material cultures of North, Central, and South America...

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