Posts tagged Art
ARTIST IN THE SPOTLIGHT | Melissa Alcena

Welcome back to Cacique’s Artist In The Spotlight series - a journey into a thriving Bahamian art scene and a look at some of our most celebrated artists, as well as the movers and shakers garnering a name for themselves on island and around the world. For this episode, I had the distinct pleasure of chatting with Bahamian photographer Melissa Alcena, whose honest, arresting documentary photography has captured the attention of the island nation, as well as a not-too-shabby publication by the name of Vogue.

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DISCOVER CACIQUE | ART IN THE OFFICE II

We have rediscovered ourselves through the works of the talented Lynn Parotti, fallen head over heels for the stories told within the Thierry Lamare collective, and explored Bahamian feminist art through the lens of Angelika Wallace-Whitfield. We've met face-to-face with our demons, seen the light, and continue to traverse.

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ARTIST IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Jessica Colebrook

Welcome to Cacique’s Artist In The Spotlight series - a journey into a thriving Bahamian art scene and a look at some of the most celebrated artists, as well as the movers and shakers garnering a name for themselves in The Bahamas and around the world.  In this third episode, we have the pleasure of introducing Jessica Colebrook - a Bahamian Ceramist who is pushing the boundaries of this medium both locally and overseas.

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Discover Cacique | Villa Doyle

In 1972, the Union Jack was lowered for the last time and a brand new black, gold and aquamarine flag was raised in its place. Forty-three years of independence from the crown but The Bahamas continues to hold dear many of its colonial relics. Positioned on the ridge, overlooking Nassau harbor and Downtown Bay Street, you will find the stately Villa Doyle, now reincarnated as the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas. 

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Artist In The Spotlight : Angelika Wallace-Whitfield

In the first of the series, we are thrilled to introduce Angelika Wallace-Whitfield, a painter and self- described feminist as well as former curator at the D’Aguilar Art Foundation and The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas who enjoys a double life as an artist and student, flip-flopping between her island home and the UK...

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