Caribbean Fine Art Fair Barbados 2023

 

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Exhibitor Info
Exhibitor Info
Hotels and Accomodation
Hotels and Accomodation
Participating Artists 2019
Participating Artists 2019
Events 2019
Events 2019
Archive of previous events
Archive of previous events

CARIBBEAN FINE ART FAIR BARBADOS 2023

We are pleased to announce that CaFA Fair Barbados will return live and in person from March 8 - 12, 2023 at the Musson Building, Bridgetown, Barbados. Applications for 2023 are now available for artists and galleries on our Exhibitor page. Details on travel packages to Barbados will be posted on this website and all our social media platforms in due course. Thanks to Massey Properties for the opportunity to work with this new space and we look forward to engaging our partners on island and otherwise to create an epic atmosphere for March 2023. See you in Barbados!

 

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The organizers, partners and associates of CaFA Fair Barbados continue to provide opportunities for our participating artists to advance their careers and showcase their creativity:

Presented by Diaspora Now Inc in celebration of Caribbean American Heritage Month

“Explorations in Color & Texture” an exhibition of paintings and 3D sculpture by Alfred Weekes (Barbados); Bernard S. Hoyes (Jamaica); Carla Armour (Dominica); and Malique Shorey (Barbados), was held from June 11 – July 5, 2022, NBHD Brulee, Harlem, New York City

 

“Diaspora Expressions – On Spirituality and Ritual”, scheduled for Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts, St. Croix, USVI from November 18 – December 31, 2022, will feature artwork by visual artists Ademola Olugebefola (USVI); Arlette St. Hill (Barbados); Bernard Stanley Hoyes (Jamaica); Diogenes Ballester (Puerto Rico); Earl D. Etienne (Dominica); Patricia Brintle (Haiti). Curated by CaFA Fair executive Director Anderson M. Pilgrim, participating artists will examine traditional spiritual practices of African Descendants in the Caribbean and Diaspora, and their attendant rituals, in the context of mainstream practices in Western society.

 

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