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31. 8. 14

14ºN61ºW presents Future Memories

caryl* ivrisse-crochemar of 14ºN61ºW, Martinique, and [creative renegades society] are pleased to present a group exhibition highlighting eight artists whose work deals with several cultural, social and political examinations of self and fluidity. Curated by ARC Magazine’s Director, Holly Bynoe, 'Future Memories' presents an amalgam of works by artists engaging with various...

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30. 8. 14

The Culture Trip shares: The 10 Most Important Latin American Art Collectors

Patrick Norrie, writing for The Culture Trip shares: From Colombia to Brazil, and from painting to site-specific installations, Latin American art is gradually asserting its own space on the global arts scene, supported and promoted not only by artists, but also by art curators, collectors and museums. The Culture Trip...

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30. 8. 14

Davidoff Art Initiative announces collaboration with “The House of Brands” to feature Quisqueya Henríquez

Fashion designers often draw inspiration from paintings by world-renowned artists. This summer Jelmoli, one of the oldest and best known department stores in the world, dedicates its space to international artists. From August 23 to September 20, 2014, “The House of Brands” is transforming its window displays into an art...

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29. 8. 14

Autograph ABP presents Black Chronicles II in London

Autograph ABP presents Black Chronicles II, a new exhibition exploring black presences in 19th and early 20th century Britain, through the prism of photography – particularly studio portraiture. Drawing on the metaphor of the chronicle, the exhibition presents over 200 photographs, the majority of which have never been exhibited or...

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29. 8. 14

Stabroek News shares: Forgetting Is Not An Option comes to life with Groundation Grenada

Kimalee Phillip of Groundation Grenada writes for Stabroek News about Groundation's ongoing collaborative initiative with ARC Magazine 'Forgetting Is Not An Option', a multimedia cultural memory project about the events and experiences surrounding the Grenada Revolution 1979-83. Phillip discusses the background to the project and its programming, including the recently...

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28. 8. 14

Honey Jam Barbados – 2014 Auditions

Honey Jam Barbados, an all female developmental programme for young aspiring singers in all genres of music, launches their 2014 season with auditions on Tuesday, September 9 at 6:00pm, taking place at Divi Southwinds. Events will continue with songwriting, vocal/performance and music business workshops for the selected artists, and culminate...

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28. 8. 14

Feature Interview: In Conversation with Gentian Osman

Finding it difficult to separate herself from her art, Gentian Osman has been conceptualising her work around her love for nature from the age of three. The Trinidadian-born artist credits her move to the US as the pathway that allowed her to experiment with new media in unconventional ways, conducive...

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