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Fine Art in Geneva by Five Jamaican Artists

 

This fall the Swiss will get a chance to see the work of five Jamaican artists in Geneva. The exhibition will be hosted by Expérience Jamaïque Gallery, an organisation working to bring Jamaican art to Europe, in partnership with the Jamaica Tourist Board. The Jamaican artists to be featured are Andrae Green, Stafford Schliefer, Nadine Anderson-Cheng, Alphanso Blake and Lisa Hendricks. The show will be held September 10 to 12 at the Studio Art Unlimited, Grand Rue, 25, Old Town.

For more information: email - info@experiencejamaique.ch or visit website https://www.experiencejamaique.com/

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