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Caribbean Visual Arts, more unity and a widening scope.

Caribbean Visual Arts, more unity and a widening scope. Veerle Poupeye is today the Director of the National Gallery of Jamaica for which she has worked before as a curator. She also had an assignment as coordinator of the Visual Arts programme with the MultiCare Foundation, then she taught Art History in the Edna Manley … Lire la suite

Ebony G. Patterson, conversation with Carlos Garrido

  Ebony G. Patterson née en Jamaïque en 1981                 C-How do you think Jamaican art is engaging with popular culture?             E-There is still a very tiny fraction of artists dealing with popular culture. In my case, my work responds to a lot of images and issues and languages that are related … Lire la suite

Regarding the South…from the South by Annie Paul

Paul, Annie. 2009. Regarding the South…from the South. Catalogue essay for exhibition South-South: Interruptions and Encounters. Justina M. Barnike Gallery, Hart House, University of Toronto. 65-70. Regarding the South…from the South Annie Paul, an Aica South Caribbean member It was November  2000.  I was in Cuba attending the opening of the seventh Havana Bienale. Chris … Lire la suite

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