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AICA SOUTH CARIBBEAN : IN THE PROCESS, INTERVIEW ON LINE WITH ALBERTA WHITTLE

  in the process is an online interview series developed by AICA Southern Caribbean, a regional chapter of the International Art Critics Association. Join our members each month as they spotlight the work of artists from the Caribbean. Conversations delve into the ideas and experiences of creative practitioners. Get insight into their art-making process and the … Lire la suite

L’oeil du lézard : Valérie John

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 Martinique, the series will … Lire la suite

L’Oeil du lézard : Bruno Pédurand

  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 Martinique, the series … Lire la suite

L’oeil du lézard : Raymond Médélice

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 Martinique, the series will … Lire la suite

L’oeil du lézard : Thierry Tian Sio Po

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 Martinique, the series will … 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

Daniel Lind Ramos and the Visual Politics of Race in Puerto Rican Art

  To read the Theory and art criticism in the Caribbean project presentation, click on this link   Daniel Lind Ramos and the Visual Politics of Race in Puerto Rican Art Fabienne Viala – University of Warwick Keywords historical memory, national identity, racial identities, Puerto Rico, African cultural heritage, codes of representation Abstract This article … Lire la suite

For a sensitive form of art criticism

How do you see your role as an art critic? Is there anything special about fulfilling this role in a Caribbean context The Aica Caraïbe du sud blog invites you to publish your analysis.   For a sensitive form of art criticism.                                                         Scarlett JESUS, art critic. When publishing my articles, I have two … Lire la suite

Catalogue Global CaribbeanIV : Look Forward, not back

       The Little Haiti Cultural Center is pleased to present Global Caribbean IV: French West Indies & Guyana, Focus on the contemporary expression, which is being held in conjunction with the Art Basel Miami art fairs. This event presents an opportunity to re-think the position of contemporary art from Martinique, Guadeloupe, and French … Lire la suite

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