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The Road to Many: Toward a Genealogy of Barbadian Art
Who: Therese Hadchity
Where: Queen’s Park Gallery and Zemicon Gallery | Bridgetown
When: Feb, 8 2009 to Mar, 6 2009


The 'The Road to Many: Towards a Genealogy of Barbadian Art' takes its point of departure in the essay by Stuart Hall in which the Black Diaspora Visual Art Symposium is also anchored, and attempts to investigate how three generations of post-independence Barbadian artists relate to each other. Works by the two older generations were seen at Queen’s Park Gallery, while works by the younger generation at Zemicon Gallery. The catalogue includes of interviews with the exhibiting artists.



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