Caribbean Linked IV Opening

Inviting everyone to join us this Wednesday, August 3, 2016 at 8pm to be part of the official opening of the fourth edition of Caribbean Linked!

The residency program kicks off with a festive meet and greet at Ateliers ’89 introducing all artists in residence, with performances by Beach LamaCozmic Stonez, Serghio Jansen and DJ Jemaima!

CL IV Opening Flyer

These international Caribbean artists and renowned curators will be present for 3 weeks during which they will present their work and artistic practice in nightly artist talks in our BLACK BOX theater. The BLACK BOX lecture’s are open to the public and the schedule will be published tomorrow. Come join us and get LINKED!

Artists this year include:

Frances Gallardo | Puerto Rico
Travis Geertruida | Curacao
Charlie Godet Thomas | Bermuda
Nowé H. Harris-Smith | The Bahamas
Dominique Hunter | Guyana
Tessa Mars | Haïti
Oneika Russell | Jamaica
Shanice Smith | Trinidad
Simon Tatum | The Cayman Islands
Laura de Vogel | Aruba
and visiting master artist Humberto Diaz | Cuba

The writer in residence will be David Knight Jr. | US Virgin Islands, co-founder of Moko Magazine. Visiting artists who will be lending support to Ateliers ’89 during the residency will be Robin De Vogel | Aruba and Katherine Kennedy | Barbados. This year’s specially invited curators will be María Elena Ortiz, associate curator at the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) and Pablo León de la Barra, curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum for the Latin American phase of the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative.

Caribbean Linked is organized by Ateliers ’89, ARC Magazine and Fresh Milk with the support of Mondriaan Fonds and Stichting DOEN.

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