Events

Have you heard? Some new public art for our oceans is going up on walls in East Boston, Massachusetts this week as part of @pangeaseed Foundation’s @seawalls_ Artists for Oceans’...
Transformation: Objects and Images in Relationfeatures recent works by select contemporary Caribbean artists who are exploring the relationship between image-making and objects. The exhibition was inspired by process-based art practice...
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery is pleased to present Karyn Olivier’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, At the Intersection of Two Faults, on view in New York from June 25 through July 30,...
Puerto Rican artist Bibiana Suárez’s colorful paintings with playful combinations of text and image from the new series she has titled De:Lata will be shown at NMPRAC next September 2021....
The sculptures of several Jamaican Olympians and historical figures are now on show at the Ansin Family Art Gallery in the Miramar Cultural Center Arts, thanks to Jamaica’s internationally famous...
516 ARTS and Hunter East Harlem Gallery present Dust Specks on the Sea: Contemporary Sculpture from the French Caribbean & Haiti, curated by Arden Sherman with Marie Vickles and Katie...
Edra Soto’s affinity for the game of dominoes inspired her to create Let Love Win, a sculpture that references the design of domino tables.  Playing dominoes invites challenges, connections, and compromises among...
Curated by Natalia Viera Salgado, Counter Flags reflect on the performativity and choreographed gesture of creating flags. Beyond ideas of nationalism(s), this exhibition explores the relationships to place, historical narratives,...
Kasmin is pleased to announce Stuart Davis in Havana, an exhibition of ten evocative early watercolors painted in 1920 following Stuart Davis’ brief yet formative trip to Havana, Cuba, where the...
Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning (JCAL) is pleased to present the fifth iteration of Jamaica Flux: Workspaces and Windows with 14 NYC-based artists and artist groups selected for the...