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Bahamian art: Presenting. Uniting. Educating.

Exhibitions

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Trans: A Migration of Identity: Coming to Andros October 15th – November 29th
Oct
15
to Nov 29

Trans: A Migration of Identity: Coming to Andros October 15th – November 29th

The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) is proud to premiere it’s second inter-island travelling exhibition, Trans: A Migration of Identity in Andros! A week of exciting activities is planned, where the entire community - young and old - will be engaged in the creation and appreciation of Bahamian art. The exhibition is, as the NAGB describes, a collection of “works that question and respond to our collective reality – one that is shaped by the movement of peoples from many origins.” The exhibition is inspired by “the most striking and impactful of these human migrations, the forceful transport of enslaved Africans” to the Western Hemisphere via the trans-Atlantic slave trade.

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Art of The Bahamas at the Elliott Museum
Dec
15
to Feb 26

Art of The Bahamas at the Elliott Museum

The exhibit Art of the Bahamas is a collaboration between the Elliott Museum and The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas. The exhibit includes more than 40 paintings on loan from NAGB and some from local artists who painted the Islands. The exhibition celebrates the creative spirit of these islands whose diversity of vision has inspired, and indeed continues to inspire the voices and visions of successive generations of artists. Art of the Bahamas, will run December 15, 2017 through February 26, 2018 at the Elliott Museum, 825 NE Ocean Blvd., Stuart, Florida. The exhibition is included with regular museum admission and is open everyday from 10 AM to 5 PM. For more information visit www.ElliottMuseum.org.

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Baham’Art en Seine on view at the French Arts Factory
Dec
11
to Dec 17

Baham’Art en Seine on view at the French Arts Factory

The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB), in collaboration with the Bahamas Tourism Board and the French Arts Factory, is proud to present the exhibition “Baham’Art en Seine” featuring six prominent Bahamian artists including Chantal Bethel, Stan Burnside, Claudette Dean, Thierry Lamare, Toby Lunn and Lynn Parotti, on view at the French Art Factory from December 11th - 17th, 2017.

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MAXAMOS: A Tale of Two Paradises
Mar
27
to Apr 21

MAXAMOS: A Tale of Two Paradises

  • Hope Town, Abaco The Bahamas (map)
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Family Island access to the National Collection is of immense importance to the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB). To answer the call of sharing Bahamian art with every citizen possible, the NAGB developed a travelling exhibition using the works of two iconic Bahamian masters, Maxwell Taylor and Amos Ferguson. This spring, MAXAMOS travels to the Abacos. We are grateful to the Hummingbird Cottage Arts Centre in Hope Town, our island partner, for being a magnificent host.

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