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Arts & Culture

NAGB celebrates Central Bank of The Bahamas
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas NAGB has seen the ending of another prominent show – The Seventh National Exhibition, Antillean: an Ecology. A success by most measures, the exhibition provoked discussions about race, class, economy, privile...
John Cox’s works and Dawn Davies collection star at the D’Aguilar Art Foundation
The D’Aguilar Art Foundation is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition, Balance/Reflection, featuring works by John Cox that have found a home in the expansive Dawn Davies collection. For John Cox, balance is not so much a goal as a constant ...
NAGB announces new on-going commitment to linking the region’s artists
With its eyes set on uniting the members of the region’s visual art scene for the advancement of the Caribbean as a whole, The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) will be launching the inaugural Double Dutch project to do just that. The Doub...
Bahamian art around the world
Over the past few years, the Bahamian visual art scene has experienced a noticeable ripening. Younger artists have appeared; established practitioners have made it a priority to pass their knowledge on, and members of the visual art community have em...
‘The Queen Staircase’ is easily one of Bahamian Domestic’s most recognizable works
“It looks like it was done by a child”, is the response given by most tour groups who stop in front of the Amos Ferguson work. Many of them, however, know the artist by name. This is for good reason. Ferguson is considered one of the country’s ...
Bahamian Visual Art Expo opens at Hillside House
With the country abuzz with the Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival, the nation’s visual artists are hoping to benefit from the festival. The Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival Arts Pavilion is one way to do just that. The pavilion is an open gallery space featuring...
Outside the myth of Paradise
Paradise and utopia Art is beauty captured in verse, wood, stone, picture, chalk, pastel, charcoal, ink and acrylic. Art makes us think, feel, see and fear. We fear what we do not know, and we fear more what we see but do not like or understand. We ...
‘Finding Joy’ opens in Grand Bahama
This week, Freeport, Grand Bahama welcomed its newest exhibition at the Grand Gallery on Friday, May 8, 2015. In Finding Joy, four artists, two of whom are emerging, invite the public to a celebration of life and creativity. Claudette Dean Claudett...
Bahamian artist to be shown at Venice Biennale
In what can only be seen as a meaningful career opportunity and monumental honor, Bahamian artist Lavar Munroe has been selected to show a series of works in the main exhibition at this year’s Venice Biennale. The biennale is the world’s oldest ...
NAGB to host Caribe Film Fest
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) will be hosting the sixth edition of the Traveling Caribbean Film Showcase next week. Organized by Caribe Film Fest, the showcase will be spread over six days from Monday, May 4 to Saturday, May 9. The f...
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