Caribbean Fine Art Fair Barbados 2021

 
 

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Participating Artists 2019
Participating Artists 2019
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Events 2019
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Archive of previous events


Caribbean Fine Art Fair Barbados 2021

March 10-24, 2021

Caribbean Fine Art Fair Barbados 2021
March 10-24, 2021
Join us for the 11th Edition of CaFA Fair Barbados – A Virtual Fair, scheduled from March 10 - 24, 2021. Patrons will have full online access to artwork in a range of media from over 50 artists representing the Caribbean and the African Diaspora. We will engage the audience with exciting artwork and video contributions, as well as enhance our highlighted exhibitions with virtual panels and presentations.


Special events for 2021 will be held on the ground in Barbados. Seven (7) emerging Barbadian artists will exhibit at the Exchange Center Gallery, Bridgetown from March 10-24, 2021 curated by Zoe Osborne of Mahogany Culture. The 2nd Bridgetown International Arts Festival will present performing arts and fashion at the Courtney Blackman Grande Salle Inner Courtyard, Spry Street, Bridgetown on the weekend of March 19 – 21, 2021.
 
Please click the image below for pictures from 10th Anniversary Opening Night:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ZKPB9aWskZBB-XLAZcVFn88EzUl8QLfy

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:

Collaborations, on show at Red Carpet Gallery, Brooklyn NY until December 31, 2020, features the art of Carla Armour and Earl D. Etienne (Dominica); Nicolle Blackwood, Bernard S. Hoyes and E. Parris Jaru (Jamaica); Vazquez Diaz (Cuba); Eric Girault, Elizabeth Martineau and Bernard Serjourne (Haiti); Ras Ilix Heartman and Clifford Hobbs (Barbados); Glen Martin and Robert Reid (Trinidad & Tobago)

Social Reckoning, an exhibition featuring the art of Carla Armour, Diogenes Ballester, Tanda Francis, Michael Kelly Williams, Ademola Olugebefola, and TAFA, is on view from December 15, 2020 through January 2021, at the Abrazo Interno Gallery, The Clemente Soto Velez Cultural & Educational Center, New York, NY. Curated by Anderson M. Pilgrim and Alexis Mendoza, “Social Reckoning” taps into multiple ways in which the Civil Rights Movement transforms the history and cultural heritage of the civilizations of the Americas and the world.
 
Caribbean and Diaspora artists are featured at Prizm Virtual Art Fair in Miami, December 2020. Visit www.prizmartfair.com for details and updates.
Stay tuned to this space for more upcoming events and art news.

 

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