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JAMAICAN CREATIVES IN TEENVOGUE ARTICLE

 

Abihail Myrie and Neko Kelly were featured in TeenVogue entertainment writer Sara Li’s 13 Best Vogue Challenge Posts article.

The article references the recent social media challenge inviting creatives (photographers, models, stylists, make-up artists, etc) to place the words “V-O-G-U-E” on their images as if they are an actual Vogue cover.

Myrie, daughter of Jamaican singer Buju Banton is a fashion model and shared images from a Desert Storm-titled editorial for the latest issue of the Collection MoDA’s MoDA Mag.

Neko Kelly is a burgeoning fashion stylist, known for his edgy art direction, as seen in the images he shared of some of his work.

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Jamaican Herb Robinson is one of 14 photographers in the Whitney Museum’s exhibition, Working Together: The Photographers of the Kamoinge Workshop. The show chronicles the early work o

Camille Chedda has won a Stay Home Artist Residency, a five-month program that supports 24 cultural practitioners, artists and creative entrepreneurs.

The Windrush generation is in vogue again. Now a walkway on the Tilbury Bridge that they used on arrival in the UK, has been turned into an art installation to honour them.

Unbroken, the docu-film based on amputee Laron Williamson’s attempt to qualify for the Jamaican Paralympic team, won Best Documentary Short Film at the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival.

The National Gallery’s flagship exhibition, Kingston Biennial, has been postponed because of Covid-19.

To commemorate the Windrush generation, Hackney will unveil two sculptures next year.

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