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Caribbean Art Veerle Poupeye

Caribbean Art By Veerle Poupeye

Caribbean Art by Veerle Poupeye

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A collection of examples of the work of over 100 Caribbean artists with text explaining the history of Caribbean art, the 20th century art schools which helped to define an indigenous aesthetic, and art's relationship to the political and racial ideologies.

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About Veerle Poupeye

Veerle Poupeye is a Belgian-Jamaican art historian, curator and critic. She was educated at the Universiteit Gent and Emory University. Her publications include Caribbean Art (1998) and various book chapters and exhibition catalogue essays on Jamaican and Caribbean art and culture. She has also contributed to journals such as Small Axe, Jamaica Journal, Caribbean Quarterly, and the New West Indian Guide. She was the Executive Director of the National Gallery of Jamaica from 2009 to 2018 and had previously worked there as a Curator. She lectures at the Edna Manley College in Kingston, Jamaica, where she is based.

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Caribbean Art by Veerle Poupeye
Used - Very Good
Thames & Hudson Ltd
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