Exhibition curatorial projects highlighting Caribbean positions and voices.

one month after being known in that island | June 4, until August 30, 2020

The exhibition ‘one month after being known in that island’ features eleven artists from across the Caribbean and its cultural diaspora who explore the legacy of cultural emancipation through créolité, against a historic backdrop of international treaties and the transfer of power.

The confirmed participating artists are: Ramón Miranda Beltrán (Puerto Rico, based in San Juan); Minia Biabiany (Guadeloupe, based between Pointe-à-Pitre and Mexico City); Christopher Cozier (Trinidad and Tobago, based in Port of Spain); Tessa Mars (Haiti, based in Port-au-Prince); Elisa Bergel Melo (Venezuela, based in Santo Domingo); José Morbán (Dominican Republic, based in Santo Domingo); Tony Cruz Pabón (Puerto Rico, based in San Juan); Madeline Jiménez Santil (Dominican Republic, based in Mexico City) Sharelly Emanuelson ( Curaçao, based in Willemstad); Nelson E. Fory (Colombia, based in Cartagena) and Guy Régis Jr. (Haiti, based in Port-au-Prince).

For more information refer to the press release | ENG | ESP | FR

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