Averia Wright presents "Straw Paradox: The Pig that Built His House of Straw" in the NAGB Project Space her following her moving works for the National Exhibition 9 "The Fruit and The Seed", "Elevating the Blue Light Special." Drawing from tradition and her family's history, Wright will explore the legacy of straw works and its relationship to the Bahamian tourism industry.
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas brings to life a collection of over 110 works from the master Bahamian artist, Chan Pratt. We celebrate Pratt's life and creativity posthumously in "Resurrection." Working closely with Dewitt Chan Pratt, Chan's son along with 20+ collectors across the archipelago we bring to life his story and ruminations on the landscape and honour the legacy of works left for study and record.
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas is proud to present a collection of new paintings by interdisciplinary artist Tessa Whitehead. Her first solo exhibition in The Bahamas titled "...there are always two deaths" catalogues the artist's observations of the landscape, everyday life, and the inner working of nature in conjunction with the sacred feminine.
Avid Junkanoo practitioner, Carlos Bain, lights up the Project Space (PS) room for the month of December and January with a refreshing take on the traditional elements of the annual festival. Using crepe paper, bright colours, organic shapes and the congregation and crowds in the festivities, Bain advances and broadens the representations around Junkanoo and the connectivity of the spirit of communing together. You are invited to celebrate the works in "Second to None" which will be on view through Sunday, January 20th, 2019.
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas is proud to announce that its “Open Call for Potcakes” received over 40 submissions. Through an internal jury process we were able to narrow down the selection to support works by the following artists: Julia Browning, Dahar Butler, Barbara Christofilis, Janae Ferguson, Tamika Galanis, Lyndera Hall, Jalan Harris, Allan Jones, Stephanie Jurgens, Natalia Nuñez, Matthew Rahming, George Robinson, David Romer, Maelynn Seymour-Major, Regina Smith, Katrina Toothe, Debra Trewin, Patricia Vazquez-Vandenberg, Angelika Wallace-Whitfield and Gillian Watson.