Topic Tag: Photography

Culture, Arts and Architecture, Festivals and Events

Caribbean spirit

Through these quiet meditative photographs, New York photographer Wyatt Gallery captures spirituality that emanates from particular...

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Culture, Travel, Trinidad and Tobago

Portraits of Trinidad

Alex Smailes is a photojournalist with the international photo agency Corbis Sygma. He has covered assignments in the Middle East, Papua...

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Culture, Arts, Trinidad and Tobago

Late bloomers: Mark Lyndersay’s latest portraits

Trinidadian photographer and journalist Mark Lyndersay says his recent 50th birthday is, in part, the inspiration behind his latest...

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Culture, People, Trinidad and Tobago

Andrea de Silva: over the rainbow

Andrea De Silva’s favourite photo, Rainbow Nation, was taken at Salybia, a picturesque beach on the northeastern tip of Trinidad. It...

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Literature, Travel, British Virgin Islands

Up close and impersonal

Caribbean Dreams: Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands, Michael Wissing, Regine Hodeige (Macmillan Education, ISBN-13: 978-1-405098-73-1,...

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Culture, Arts

Trees without roots

Trinidadian photographer Abigail Hadeed has made a special study of West Indian communities in Colón (Panama) and Limón (Costa Rica). Her...

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Arts, Festivals and Events

Gallery roundup (July/August 2006)

Stanley Greaves: Shadows Move Among Them Zemicon Gallery, Barbados Dedicated to the late writer Edgar Mittelholzer, this new series of...

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Embark, Culture, Reviews, Literature

Caribbean Bookshelf (November/December 2013)

Jamaica in Black and White: Photography in Jamaica, c 1845–1920, by David Boxer and Edward Lucie-Smith (Macmillan Education, 304 pp, ISBN...

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