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15. 3. 17

NGJ shares news on the Jamaica Biennial 2017 – The Awards

The Jamaica Biennial is one of the big highlights of Jamaica’s cultural calendar, and also a very important one, not only for the local visual arts community but also for the art world of the broader Caribbean region. In recent years, this ambitious, high-profile exhibition has become more international in...

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10. 3. 17

The CMCA presents Invisible Heritage: Transfer 2017 Exhibition

The Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts (CMCA), St. Croix cordially invites the public to 'Invisible Heritage: Transfer 2017', a visual arts exhibition curated by Monica Marin featuring recent work by Virgin Islands artists who are actively engaged in a conversation about the islands' colonial history, including the last 100 years...

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9. 3. 17

14°N61°W presents ‘You were born inside a skeleton’ by Julien Grenier

caryl * ivrisse-crochemar & [creative renegades society] have the great pleasure of welcoming and presenting the first solo exhibition of the artist Julien Grenier, at espace d'art contemporain 14°N61°W in Martinique. Entitled 'You were born inside a skeleton', the exhibition takes place from February 25, 2017 until April 8, 2017....

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7. 3. 17

Lyle O. Reitzel celebrates anniversary with ’22 On Tour’

Lyle O. Reitzel Art Gallery, Dominican Republic celebrates its 22 uninterrupted years of existence in the contemporary art universe with a compelling collective exhibition entitled '22 on Tour', opening on Thursday, March 23 2017 from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm in its main space in Santo Domingo, located in Torre Piantini....

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6. 3. 17

Yale University announces the 2017 recipients of the Windham-Campbell Prizes

Yale University announces the 2017 recipients of the Windham-Campbell Prizes. The eight recipients, honored for their literary achievement or promise, will receive a $165,000 individual prize to support their writing. Among this year's winners are Jamaican fiction author Erna Brodber and Trinidadian fiction writer Andre Alexis. Read more below: The full list of...

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3. 3. 17

Gallery MOMO presents ‘History Begins with a Garden’

Gallery MOMO, Johannesburg presents the solo exhibition 'History Begins with a Garden' by South African artist Khaya Witbooi, curated by Mariella Franzoni. In this show, the artist explores the colonial genealogy of gardens and gardening in South Africa, bringing to light its relation with slavery, land dispossession and nationalist propaganda. 'History...

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2. 3. 17

New exhibition at the NGCI explores the Islands’ Evolving Maritime Identity

The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands’ (NGCI) latest exhibition, curated by Natalie Urquhart and sponsored by Butterfield, explores Cayman’s maritime relationship – past, present and future. Seeking to engage visitors and members of the public with the evolving story of maritime heritage and national identity, while critically engaging with...

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