Peláez is best known for brightly colored, quasi-abstract compositions that feature decorative objects and ornamental architectural motifs, evoking the traditional domestic interiors of Havana. The exhibition takes a socio-historical approach, examining Peláez’s work in the context of the changing material culture and urban landscape of Havana during the first half of the 20th century.
Contributors: Rene Morales and Ingrid S. Elliott.
Teresita Fernández: Elemental brings to life the myriad experiential and luminous works from Teresita Fernández's more than a twenty-year career. Images of her visually alluring, monumental sculptures and installations reveal...
The Other Side of Now: Foresight in Contemporary Caribbean Art brings together 14 artists who engage with potential futures through personal experiences, collective memories, and historical legacies. The ambitious project...
Catalog for show held at PAMM in the winter of 2018. Hardcover 120 pages
Exhibition catalog accompanying the first retrospective of Jamaican painter and sculptor, John Dunkley. Contributors: Diana Nawi, David Boxer, Olive Senior, Nicole Smythe-Johnson 224 pages 48 plates Co-published with Prestel and...