Manhattan to the Caribbean: 1-54 New York fair expands with group show in Chelsea
The 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair opens largest ever US edition and adds concurrent exhibition of artists with Caribbean roots
Community-centred art pavilion to be unveiled at London's Notting Hill Carnival
The artist Alvaro Barrington and architect Sumayya Vally lean into the carnival's place as a robust "site of artistic creation"
Enriquillo Amiama, the Dominican Republic’s star painter, celebrated with retrospective in the nation’s capital
The exhibition at Santo Domingo’s Museo de Arte Moderno chronicles the trajectory of an ambitious painter
David Adjaye plans slavery museum in Barbados as new republic severs ties with Britain
Complex that will include a research institute for the Barbados Archives—a 400-year-old documentation of the British transatlantic slave trade
Art fairs: how did they begin and where are they going?
Caribbean-British artists: the long road to recognition
Tate Britain's ambitious show in December comes at a time of widespread interest in the overlooked artists of Caribbean heritage
Caribbean artists step into the spotlight
‘The age of the gatekeeper is ending’ and artists from the region are not waiting for anyone to pave the way for their art
Meca fair will return to Puerto Rico for a second edition in November
The only fair dedicated to Caribbean art hopes to be an engine for the island's recovery, bringing in locals and visitors