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West and West Hill Streets
Nassau, N.P.
The Bahamas

(242) 328-5800

Bahamian art: Presenting. Uniting. Educating.

Exhibitions


 Double Dutch: A Calendar of Conditioning (Charles Campbell + John Cox)
Sep
29
Oct 4

Double Dutch: A Calendar of Conditioning (Charles Campbell + John Cox)

Double Dutch brings together artists from the region to produce provocative bodies of work through collaboration and exchange. The first project of its kind sanctioned by the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas, the project works against ideas of nationalism and the insularity of our creative environs by creating a safe space to explore regional culture and our creative acumen and sensibilities. 

Celebrating 40 Years of the Central Bank
Jun
2
Oct 4

Celebrating 40 Years of the Central Bank

Celebrating 40 Years of The Central Bank: A Pillar of Arts Commitment will highlight the role Central Bank of The Bahamas has played in developing the country’s visual arts community since its founding. Organizers intend the show to commemorate Central Bank’s commitment to serving as a reservoir of wealth in both financial and cultural spheres. The exhibition will showcase over 80 works by 72 artists featured in Central Bank’s extensive art collection. Curated by NAGB Director Amanda Coulson, the show opens on June 2.

Double Dutch: 50|50 — Blue Curry & James Cooper
Jun
2
Aug 31

Double Dutch: 50|50 — Blue Curry & James Cooper

  • National Art Gallery of The Bahamas

Double Dutch is sensitive to the economy of space and scale as well as the feasibility of transportation and mobility through the region. For this reason, the project attempts to create and maintain ties throughout the Caribbean with the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas as pilot and conduit. 

Antillean: An Ecology
Dec
11
May 23

Antillean: An Ecology

  • NAGB: Temporary Gallery Two (t2)

For the past 11 years, the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas (NAGB)  has committed itself to fostering of local artists who continue to push the frontiers and foundations of culture across the islands.

Bahamian Domestic
Sep
11
May 10

Bahamian Domestic

  • NAGB: Permanent Exhibition (PE)

Bahamian Domestic highlights the growth and divergence of Bahamian art with the 50 years. Significantly, this exhibition focuses on the strong influence of the domestic sphere. As such, it is a testimony as to how Bahamians depict and reflect their understanding of their country and the world at large.