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Renee Cox now Asst. Professor at Columbia University

 

Jamaican-born artist Renee Cox was recently appointed Assistant Professor of Visual Arts at Columbia University in New York. Her controversial work focusses on issues related to race and gender in America, offering a critique of society and celebration of black womanhood often through the use of her own body, both nude and clothed. She has several upcoming exhibitions and events in the United States later this year. And this month her photograph of Nick Cave appears on the cover of the New York Times Magazine.     

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Jamaican artist Michelle Drummond is among 15 Caribbean artists exhibiting at the 3rd MUSE Modern and Contemporary Art Fair at the 2019 Art Basel and Miami Art Week.  The exhibition is open to the...

Jamaican photographer Steve James will show his work at “Let There Be Reggae” from December 5th to 8th at The Lab (400 NW 26 Street) in Wynwood, Miami.  “Let There Be Reggae” is part of Art Basel. James’...

Jamaican multidisciplinary artist Jamilah Sabur’s work will be shown at the second annual Faena Festival during Miami Art Week 2019. Her video installation, Obra, will focus on the theme of memory and how it...

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