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Art Exhibition: “Overseas: Cuba and the Bahamas”

This is a reminder that the collective exhibition “Overseas: Cuba and the Bahamas. Contemporary Art from the Caribbean” opens at HALLE 14 on Saturday, April 29, 2017. 183 more words

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ART EXHIBITION: “OVERSEAS: CUBA AND THE BAHAMAS”

blues.png This is a reminder that the collective exhibition “Overseas: Cuba and the Bahamas. Contemporary Art from the Caribbean” opens at HALLE 14 on Saturday, April 29, 2017. Featuring photographs, paintings, installations and video works from 38 artists, the show offers a unique insight in the art scene of the two island states. The exhibition is co-curated by Holly Bynoe, curator of the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, and art critic Antonio Eligio Fernández (Tonel). [See previous post Overseas: Cuba and the Bahamas.] HALLE 14 is located at the Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei Center for Contemporary Arts, Spinnereistraße 7, in Leipzig, Germany. ArtistsJuan Carlos Alom, John Beadle, Alejandro Campins, Iván Capote, Yoan Capote, Ariamna Contino & Alex Hernández, Blue Curry, Susana Pilar Delahante, Felipe Dulzaides, Ricardo G. Elías, Adrián Fernández, Adonis Flores, Kendra Frorup, Tamika Galanis, Orestes Hernández, Arnold Kemp, Dominique Knowles, Los Carpinteros, Anina Major, Jace McKinney, Jeffrey Meris, Kareem Mortimer, Angelique V. Nixon, Marianela Orozco, Holly Parotti, Lynn Parotti, Marta María Pérez Bravo, Khia Poitier, Manuel Piña, Carlos Quintana, Antonius Roberts, Heino Schmid, Steven Schmid, Dave Smith, Giovanna Swaby, Tessa Whitehead, and Natalie Willis. [Credit: Dave Smith, “Blues from the other side” (2011, above); Manuel Piña, Naufragio/Shipwreck series, still (2016, below.)]

The Islander: Volume 6.5

Call me Drake…without the singing, the pale complexion, and questionable tattoos because I just went Back to Back.  Two blogs in two days.

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PATRICK GROTERS STANDS TALL FOR ARUBA AT 2017 CARIFTA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Heading to the his final CARIFTA Championships in The Bahamas Patrick Groters knew he would be the only swimmer representing Aruba .That did not seem to daunt him but rather inspire him as evidenced by his performances where he has garnered Four medal Three Gold in championship record time and a Silver in a personal best time. 380 more words

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ZANETA ALVARANGA LOWERS NATIONAL BUTTERFLY RECORD ON MORNING SESSION OF DAY 2

The second day of competition at the 32nd annual CARIFTA Championships in the Bahamas saw Zaneta Alvaranga lowering the national mark in the 1-12 50 metre butterfly and claim the top seed in the Championship final of the event. 382 more words

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TEAM JAMAICA OPENS ACCOUNT WITH 9 MEDALS ON OPENING DAY OF CARIFTA 2017 SWIM CHAMPS IN THE BAHAMAS

Team Jamaica got off to a good start on the opening day of the 32nd annual CARIFTA Swimming Championships in The Bahamas. The Jamaican contingent won 9 medals Four Gold Two Silver and Three Bronze medals and saw 24 personal best times established… 1,043 more words

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