News stay updated on all of our activities in the Caribbean and the world.
I’ve seen your face before collaborates with Christopher Cozier, Alice Yard, and #ayardexchange in a programme of screenings of selected videos and films from the 10th Berlin Biennale (BB10), We don’t need another hero. With funding from Caribbean Art Initiative. Read the press release here.
We are delighted to announce the curators selected for the inaugural exhibition in Basel next Summer. Huge congratulations to Yina Jiménez Suriel and Pablo Guardiola! Their collaborative and thematic group exhibition is hosted by the Kulturstiftung Basel H. Geiger (KBHG) and is due to open on June 4, 2020 in Basel, Switzerland. Read the full press release here.
In collaboration with the Kultur-Stiftung, Basel H. Geiger, we are thrilled to announce an Open Call for a Curator, ahead of an exhibition in early summer 2020 in Basel, Switzerland. Caribbean Art Initiative will select the curator, who will work on the exhibition’s elaboration toward the event next year. Download application guideline here.
Shanice Smith will hold a discussion around food as a form of therapy, with a focus on Caribbean women of color. This talk event, co-moderated by curator and professor Livia Alexander and Intelligent Mischief creative collective member Aisha Shillingford, will take place at Residency Unlimited on September 25 at 6:30 pm and is free to the public.
We are pleased to name both the 2019 and 2020 artists confirmed for Residency Unlimited (Brooklyn). Shanice Smith (b. 1991, Trinidad) will embark on the upcoming 2019 residency, followed by Reginald “Redji” Sénatus (b. 1994, Haiti) in 2020.
Caribbean Art Salon No 1. The Caribbean in Venice: Connecting South May 8, from 11 to 16h, coinciding with the opening of the 58th Venice Biennale. Curated by Giscard Bouchotte and entitled “The Caribbean in Venice: Connecting South”, focusing on the Caribbean representation within this meeting point of historically Western European arts.
We are committed to raising awareness of the deep cultural significance and potential of the Caribbean. Simultaneously, we recognize the urgent need to assist artists and organizations throughout the region in their efforts to attain visibility and critical recognition in the international art world. Going forward, we will continue our work on behalf of Caribbean artists and institutions, organizing inbound and outbound residencies and connecting Caribbean and international artistic networks with each other. More here.