Tanya Batson-Savage | Tuesday, December 13th, 2016
Beautiful is not a word easily or often associated with crocodiles. But under the skillful artistry of Richard Nattoo, this gruesome, fearsome reptile is rendered a work of absolute and enigmatic beauty, in ‘Sobek’s Blessing’.
Tanya Batson-Savage | Sunday, December 13th, 2015
An exploration of Jamaican masculinity, or more accurately, masculinities, now covers the walls of the National Gallery of Jamaica.
Tanya Batson-Savage | Sunday, August 30th, 2015
New works from 12 new and emerging artists from across the Dutch, English, French and Spanish Caribbean will converge in Caribbean Linked III at the contemporary art studio Atiliers ’89! in Aruba.
Robyn Stephenson | Thursday, April 30th, 2015
Every Sunday morning Earl McKenzie listens to the Mass in B Minor, a symphony composed by the famous Johann Sebastian Bach.
Tanya Batson-Savage | Wednesday, May 28th, 2014
Jamaican street art skanked into the National Gallery of Jamaica via its latest exhibition Anything With Nothing, a look at the images that have been spattered on the walls of the Kingston’s streets.
Tanya Batson-Savage | Wednesday, September 18th, 2013
The University of Technology, through its Centre for the Arts, is getting ready to unsheathe its creative side with the inaugural staging of Creative Edge.
Tanya Batson-Savage | Sunday, August 11th, 2013
The term lagan refers to cargo thrown into the sea with expectations of retrieval. Borrowing from that concept, interdisciplinary artist Wilmer Wilson IV has been exploring Kingston’s flotsam and jetsam, not from the sea, but rather the sea of flyers to be found across the city.
Tanya Batson-Savage | Friday, August 2nd, 2013
“Put dis pon page 2” declared the graffitied statement on the wall of the National Gallery of Jamaica.
Tanya Batson-Savage | Thursday, July 25th, 2013
In a contemporary exploration of the age old adage one man’s garbage is another man’s treasure, the New Local Space (NLS) will be presenting a visual reading of Kingston and Washington DC through its “submerged cargo”, its discarded elements.
Tanya Batson-Savage | Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013
The writing is on the wall, and not just the Facebook Wall, it is actually being plastered all over the walls of the National Gallery of Jamaica: there is a new breed of artists coming up and they are taking root.