Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
We Suffer to Remain We Suffer to Remain

We Suffer to Remain

Graham Fagen, Sonia Farmer, Anina Major and John Beadle

The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas Nassau, Bahamas 03/22/2018 – 07/29/2018

We Suffer to Remain is a collaborative exhibition whose seed was sprouted in November 2015, when I was invited to be a part of a curatorial cohort that visited Glasgow and Edinburgh, Scotland, as a part of the British Council expanding and investing in the emerging and burgeoning visual art ecology in the Caribbean. This

Group show. Exhibition view of Troubling Narratives: This is how we suffer to remain, at The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas, Nassau, Bahamas, 2018. Photo: Dante Carrer. Courtesy of The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas Group show. Exhibition view of Troubling Narratives: This is how we suffer to remain, at The National Art Gallery

EN MAS’: Carnival and Performance Art of the Caribbean EN MAS’: Carnival and Performance Art of the Caribbean

EN MAS’: Carnival and Performance Art of the Caribbean

Curated by Claire Tancons and Krista Thompson

National Gallery of the Cayman Islands Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands 01/15/2016 – 03/26/2016

The international travelling exhibition EN MAS’: Carnival and Performance Art of the Caribbean has made its way to the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI). EN MAS’ is a pioneering exploration of the influences of Carnival on contemporary performance practices in the Caribbean, North America, and Europe. The touring show began at the Contemporary

The international travelling exhibition EN MAS’: Carnival and Performance Art of the Caribbean has made its way to the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI). EN MAS’ is a pioneering exploration of the influences of Carnival on contemporary performance practices in the Caribbean, North America, and Europe. The touring show began at the Contemporary