John Cox has helped define the contemporary Bahamian art scene locally through his work and the creation of Popopstudios International Center for the Visual Arts. He has been an important figure in the lives of many up-and-coming Bahamian artists.
As The Bahamian Project wraps up its latest series of portraits, photographer Duke Wells tells The Tribune’s Cara Hunt about documenting the faces of the Bahamas and the need for a national portrait gallery.
Nowé Harris-Smith will be exhibiting a new body of work in the Project Space Room of the NAGB from July 7th through August 7th, 2016. The collection features a selection of paintings and photographs that deal with abstraction through the exploration of bodies and faces.