National Gallery of Jamaica

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How a group of self-taught practitioners pioneered a national art form by mythologizing African traditions through religious divination

BY Rianna Jade Parker |

The artist’s works may embody the ‘values’ of revolution, but heroine-worship of the mass blunts its struggle

BY Tiana Reid |

On the 2017 Jamaica Biennial and its attempts to confront the role of misogyny in Jamaican popular culture

BY Rosanna McLaughlin |