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CALL FOR 5TH GHETTO BIENNALE 2017

CALL FOR 5TH GHETTO BIENNALE 2017 A call for artists and curators (calls in Kreyòl, 官话, Português, لغة العربية, Español, русский, Français, नॉट available soon on the website) A CARTOGRAPHY OF PORT-AU-PRINCE The polyphonic city of Port-au-Prince has a rich history of cultural production. While its infrastructure is deeply compromised, and the gap between the … Lire la suite

Migration: a future to be constructed.

Migration: a future to be constructed. AUBREY WILLIAMS (1926-1990)   Aubrey Williams’s art inevitably brings us to question migration which is often termed by historians and art critics as mobility, fragmentation or dispersion.  Williams is one of the Caribbean artists who had to migrate to Europe in the 50s and most of his work was … Lire la suite

How well do you know the caribbean art movement?

The Caribbean Artist Movement & Its Legacy A Salon Day Discussion with Key Members of CAM with Artists and Curators Representing A New Caribbean Movement in the UK 29 March 2017 What follows is an informal report on ‘The Caribbean Salon Event’ held on 29th March 2017 (Brexit Day), in the boardroom of Tate Britain, … Lire la suite

L’oeil du lezard, caribbean contemporary art : Shirley Rufin

For a more significant contribution to the promotion of Caribbean art internationally, Aica Southern Caribbean has opted for the creation of a series of short videos online in French English and Spanish. This series, depending on the partners’ agreement, aims at introducing contemporary Caribbean visual artists from the entire archipelago. Initiated by Dominique Brebion from … Lire la suite

L’oeil du lezard, caribbean contemporary art : Christian Bertin

For a more significant contribution to the promotion of Caribbean art internationally, Aica Southern Caribbean has opted for the creation of a series of short videos online in French English and Spanish. This series, depending on the partners’ agreement, aims at introducing contemporary Caribbean visual artists from the entire archipelago. Initiated by Dominique Brebion from … Lire la suite

Enjoyment and education at the Fondation Clément sculpture park

You can just take a stroll in the Fondation Clément’s sculpture garden and enjoy the serenity and harmony of this green Eden, listed as a remarkable garden by the French Ministry of Culture. This will already be a happy experience in itself. However, if your artistic curiosity is awakened, you can take a different approach … Lire la suite

Armature by Hervé Beuze, A history of mankind

Armature by Hervé Beuze, A history of mankind Armature, Foundation Clément, October-December 2016   If a work of art is not necessarily explained by the biography of its creator, we can always find something from memory of the artist on an art work. For Hervé Beuze , the fisherman traps not far from his house, … Lire la suite

L’oeil du lezard, caribbean contemporary art : Ricardo Ozier-Lafontaine

For a more significant contribution to the promotion of Caribbean art internationally, Aica Southern Caribbean has opted for the creation of a series of short videos online in French English and Spanish. This series, depending on the partners’ agreement, aims at introducing contemporary Caribbean visual artists from the entire archipelago. Initiated by Dominique Brebion from … Lire la suite

Jean- Luc de Laguarigue : a whole life project

After taking part in Kreyol Factory in La Villette (Paris) in 2009, then presenting Land of the Imaginary, a tribute to Edouard Glissant in 2011 in Les Foudres HSE (Martinique), Jean-Luc de Laguarigue has exhibited his work on Quartier Nord-Plage, Requiem for an Island, which he had developed for fourteen years; this was coupled with … Lire la suite

Visions Archipéliques

Visions Archipéliques Fondation Clément October 13th-December 1st 2016 The Visions Archipéliques exhibition is fuelled by the drive to fill a gap to showcase Martinique’s artistic photography and link it to the Caribbean’s as a whole. Portraiture is the most popular among the Caribbean’s most widespread photography styles. Visions Archipéliques is more an inventory than a … Lire la suite

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