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Lost in the Echo - A Vibrant, Enigmatic Exhibition

Richard Nattoo 2016 solo exhibition Lost in the Echo opened at the Hub

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’. 

Four Languages, One Art - Caribbean Linked IV Opens

Caribbean Linked IV - Regional arts exhibition opens

The Caribbean Linked exhibition resulting from the annual residency opens today in Oranjestad, Aruba. Hosted by Ateliers ’89, Caribbean Linked brings together artists from across the region with representatives from the Dutch, English, French and Spanish Caribbean. 

Art, Music and Sunset Bring KOTE 2016 to a Vibrant Close

Kingston on the Edge 2016 closed with Art, music and a haze-filled sunset

Kingston is a seaside city. This is an easy fact to forget, especially as you hopscotch over fetid water and the cracks and crags in the sidewalk.

NLS Rolls Out Auction and Residency for Summer 2016

David Gumb, Kelley-Ann Lindo & Susanne Winterling for NLS Residency 2016

The NLS summer 2016 programme is about to jump off with an exhibition and silent auction, the culmination of the inaugural REACH for the Arts project.

NGJ Goes Digital: National Gallery Explores Digital Art With Latest Exhibition

Carla Moore explores Phillip Thomas' Faust

The National Gallery of Jamaica pays homage to the increasing use of digital tools in creating art with their latest exhibition Digital, which opened recently at their Downtown Kingston location.

12 Emerging Artists for Caribbean Linked III

12 Emerging Caribbean Artists for Caribbean Linked III

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.

Insides: New Works by Camille Chedda, Phillip Thomas, Prudence Lovell and Oneika Russell

Insides a New Visual Art Exhibition at NLS

While most of the country focused its attention on the young athletes rivaling for domination in the 2015 Boys and Girls Athletic Championships at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica, just across the road NLS was opening its latest exhibition dubbed Insides.

Jamaica Biennial 2014: Rebranded and Expanded

Cosmo Whyte's Head Boy

The National Gallery of Jamaica has rebranded and expanded its art biennial. By relinquishing the National in the former title and becoming the Jamaica Beinnial, the seminal art event on the island now benefits from international input.

NLS and Arc Take Caribbean Artists to (e)merge 2014

Caribbean Artists at (e)merge

The Kingston-based art space, NLS is collaborating with Arc Magazine for a presentation of Caribbean art and artists in conversation with artists from outside the region at the 2014 (e)merge art fair, October 2 - 5.

KOTE 2013 Brings 'Renewal'

KOTE 2013: Renewal

Kingston on the Edge, the 2013 edition is ready to roll out.

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