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18. 11. 14

Feature: Is there such thing as a Caribbean archive?

Can an archive be created through fictional narratives? Or is the archive itself a fictional narrative? Perhaps one can conceive of the archive as a problematic temporality that purports to be fact, claiming to have the authority of having once been. It is these challenges to the archive that London-based...

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17. 11. 14

Malaika Brooks-Smith-Lowe, latest artist-in-residence at NLS to also participate in Jamaica Biennial during her residency

The Caribbean has been attracting growing international attention as a hub of new art practices and emerging artists. Kingston-based visual art initiative NLS has established itself as groundbreaking, being a valuable international platform for the art practices and launch pad for the careers of artists in Jamaica, the wider Caribbean...

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17. 11. 14

The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas presents the National Exhibition #7 ‘Antillean: an Ecology

For the past 18 years, the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas has committed its programming to fostering local artists, who continue to push the frontier and foundation of culture across the archipelagic landscape. The institution assumes a critical role in the development of visual arts and a strong economy...

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16. 11. 14

Partnership: In Retrospect: 40 Years of the National Gallery of Jamaica: exhibits 4-6

The National Gallery of Jamaica (NGJ) features In Retrospect: 40 Years of the National Gallery of Jamaica. Here we feature the NGJ’s updates from the final three exhibits. Read more below. Section 4: ALTERNATE TRAJECTORIES [caption id="attachment_47498" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Eugene Hyde – Colonization II (1960, Collection: NGJ)[/caption] This section explores...

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13. 11. 14

Instituto Buena Bista opens ‘Analysing Caribbean Contemporary Art’ workshops to public

As part of his residency at the Instituto Buena Bista, Cuban Curator, José Manuel Noceda (Havana’s Biennal and Cuenca Biennal) will be holding two theoretical workshops with the students of IBB. In these workshops he will be contemplating and analysing contemporary Caribbean art with our students. The first workshop was...

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12. 11. 14

Hew Locke To Mark Global Significance of Magna Carta

Hales Gallery is pleased to announce that Surrey County Council and the National Trust have commissioned Hew Locke to produce a new public artwork for Runnymede to mark the 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta. June 15th 2015 will see the signature event for this important anniversary...

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11. 11. 14

Bermuda National Gallery’s Annual Appeal

Bermuda National Gallery releases its annual call out for support: Central to our mission is the BNG ArtReach education programmes which develop creativity and critical thinking skills. Research shows that learning about and through the arts improves academic achievement for students from all backgrounds at all levels. Your support enables...

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