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Arts & Culture

 
Carrying the Popop flag
Annual art fair VOLTANY is fast approaching, and this year Bahamian artist Tessa Whitehead will be representing Popopstudios International Center for the Visual Arts. Following in the foodsteps of Heino Schmid, John Cox and Kendal Hanna – all of wh...
 
 
New rules eliminate hassle for artists exhibiting abroad
Bahamian artists, like others in the region, have been amping up participation in exhibitions abroad. Hoping to share ideas that are often centered on socio-political movements in their respective countries, artists throughout the Caribbean believe p...
 
 
Alessandro Sarno opens photographic exhibition
Blue And Beyond is photographer Alessandro Sarno's first solo exhibition, inspired by his coffee table book of the same name, “Blue and Beyond”. A curated collection of moments he captured during his travels throughout the islands of The Bahamas,...
 
 
Conserving art in the tropical home
One of the things that makes a retrospective exhibition like R. Brent Malone: Reincarnation so special is seeing decades-old works looking as fresh as some of their newer counterparts. This is no easy feat, particularly for art collectors living in t...
 
 
Reflecting on Dave Smith’s ‘Headlines’ at the D’Aguilar Art Foundation
There were sunsets, palm trees and brightly painted murder scenes in Dave Smith’s most recent show at the D’Aguilar Art Foundation (DAF). Aptly titled “Headlines”, Smith referenced the local dailies in the exhibition that was on display at th...
 
 
Transforming Spaces Committee announces plans for new tour
The Transforming Spaces Committee held a press conference today at the Towne Hotel to explain its mission and to introduce its new branding campaign whilst announcing plans for the new and exciting TS2016 Art Tour entitled “SWELL – Community + Co...
 
 
Both sides of the coin
There are currently more than 200 works by Brent Malone on display at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB), and they all tell the story of a man who was not only a prolific artist, but one whose life was peppered with twists and turns. The...
 
 
Transforming Spaces announces 2016 Art Tour
The Transforming Spaces Committee is pleased to announce plans for its 2016 Art Tour entitled ‘SWELL – Community + Collaboration’ which will take place Saturday and Sunday, March 12 and 13. Now in its twelfth year, Transforming Spaces has been...
 
 
Talking about taboos
Jodi Minnis is looking forward to her first solo show, and she’s not holding much back. An emerging and energetic artist with plenty of gumption, Minnis demonstrates that she is unafraid of confronting something most Bahamians prefer to ignore or c...
 
 
The January Artwork of the Month is ‘Beller’
Though we are nine days into the new year, excitement from the recent Boxing Day and New Year’s Day Junkanoo parades is still in the air. It isn’t difficult to see why the tradition resonated so much with Brent Malone. Malone’s ability to pain...
 
 
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