Topic Tag: Caribbean Art

Immerse, Arts, People, Trinidad and Tobago

Nicole Awai: out of the depths | Closeup

“Multiplicities” — of subject, form, and even medium— abound in the work of Trinidad-born artist Nicole Awai. She draws on personal memory, communal history, and sites of the imagination like Trinidad’s famed Pitch Lake, writes Andre Bagoo

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Immerse, Arts and Architecture, People, Guadeloupe

Kelly Sinnapah Mary: Riddles of survival | Portfolio

Working across mediums, Guadeloupean artist Kelly Sinnapah Mary creates images with a fairytale quality, mingling cruelty and enchantment, as she explores postcolonial dilemmas and the resistance of self-invention, writes Shereen Ann Ali

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Arrive, Arts and Architecture, Travel, United States

Good prospect | Personal tour

From architectural landmarks to a growing foodie scene, the Brooklyn neighbourhood of Prospect Heights — home to Trinidad-born architect Roxanne Ryce-Paul — may be rapidly gentrifying, but it still holds on to elements of its history

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People, Arts, Jamaica

Ronald Moody: a way of life

“Why am I a sculptor? I have given myself a satisfactory answer. One does not choose a way of life – and with me it is a way of...

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Arts and Architecture, People, Jamaica

Seya Parboosingh: painting a story of love

Seya Parboosingh is painting a love story. It’s a saga that began in the 1950s when she first met her husband, the Jamaican...

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Culture, Lifestyle, Jamaica

Harmony

Near Ocho Rios in Jamaica, film artist Sue Henzel has created a home that is classically Caribbean in its casual beauty. Sue – who...

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Arts and Architecture, People, Jamaica

Albert Huie: light on the land

Ever since he was a child, Albert Huie knew what he wanted to be. “From about 11, I felt that I wanted to be an artist. I went to a...

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Engage, Arts and Architecture, Community, Jamaica

Inner-city art in Kingston

The shell of the old Toyota warehouse at 41 Fleet Street is a ghost from a bygone era. But concrete skeletons are nothing rare in downtown...

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