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Now until Jun 21, 2021

Lisa Howie/ Black Pony Gallery in Bermuda has gathered eight other galleries and curatorial agencies from across the Atlantic region to host the virtual Atlantic World Art Fair to elevate and promote the contemporary art makers in the Caribbean, the Atlantic Islands and the region's wider diasporas. You are invited to explore a selection of over 250 top-tier selections of paintings, prints, photographs, textiles and sculptures, with prices across a range of access points.

Discover creative expressions that reflect intertwined histories, relations and cultures informed by peoples of Africa, Asia, the Americas and Europe. The complexity of these thoughtful expressions will shift perceptions of the region, satisfy a range of aesthetics and raise important questions.

At the heart of the Atlantic World is the Caribbean, and yet so much more. Artists in the Atlantic World Art Fair are nationals of, or reside in, Aruba, Azores, The Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Curaçao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Jamaica, St. Maarten, Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago, US Virgin Islands, and their diasporas.

From emerging to established artists, the Atlantic World Art Fair offers a catalogue of provocative artwork that will resonate with global collectors.

To develop an understanding of the contemporary art market in the region, the Atlantic World Art Fair presents an online program that includes studio visits, critical conversations and panel discussions. 

Support the following local artists in the Fair:

  • Charles Zuill, Bermuda | #charleszuill
  • Gherdai Hassell, Bermuda | @hassell_free
  • ABWilson, Bermuda | @abwilsonphotography
  • Teresa Kirby Smith, Bermuda | @teresakirbysmith
  • Meredith Andrews, Bermuda | @meredithphoto

To learn more about building an art collection and ways to support artists in the Atlantic region, please follow the Atlantic World Art Fair on Artsy

Image: Meredith Andrews, Herringbone Lighters, digital photograph on archival luster paper, 2020.

 

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