The D’Aguilar Art Foundation, launched in 2008, is the culmination of Vincent D’Aguilar’s vision for Bahamian art. One of the most comprehensive privately held art collections in The Bahamas, the Foundation is an educational resource for artists, scholars, collectors, students and the general public. Operating out of a multi-functional exhibition, educational and archival space, we strive to involve members of the public in the ideas and discourse of Bahamian artists.  

Current Exhibition


The D’Aguilar Art Foundation is delighted to announce the opening of 'Diversions', an exhibition of the photography by emerging artists Melissa Alcena, Alessandro Sarno and Sofia Whitehead. Diversions features three series of works that explore the spaces outside the demands of daily life in The Bahamas. More Info »

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Artwork of the Week: 'Conjure Woman' by John Beadle

Easily one of the most recognizable and requested pieces from our collection, John Beadle's 'Conjure Woman' calls upon the spirits of our ancestors. It was a prized possession of Vincent D'Aguilar, and up until recently hung reverently in both his and Marina's home. Currently, though, it is on display in the National Art Gallery's permanent exhibition, "Revisiting an Eye for the Tropics". "'Conjure Woman' is fully representative of Afro-Caribbean Art," Vincent said about the painting during a walk-thorough of his work in the 2003 NAGB Exhibition, "One Man's Vision".  "She is possessed with all the ingredients to make spirits come and go." 

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'My Dreams Are Not Your Dreams': A Video Installation Exhibition Opening Tonight

Support The Island House's opening  "My Dreams Are Not Your Dreams", an exhibition featuring the work of regional artist David Gumbs, curated by our very own Tessa Whitehead.  Gumbs will be showcasing his work along with Deborah M. Carroll Anzinger, Spurgeonique Morley, Heino Schmid and Averia Wright. 

The exhibiton will open tonight at 6 pm. 

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Opportunities Bulletin

Guttenberg Arts Space & Time Artist Residencies Open Call

Where : Guttenburg, New Jersey

Guttenberg Arts is committed to supporting artists of diverse cultural, sexual, and ethnic backgrounds. Guttenberg Arts does not discriminate based on age, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, or ability/disability of artists, and welcomes work whose content reflects the lived experiences of the applicants. You must be 25 years old or older and not currently enrolled in any undergraduate or graduate degree program.

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Positions available at School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Where : Chicago

FULL-TIME FACULTY POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THE SCHOOL OF THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO The School of the Art Institute of Chicago is seeking candidates for full-time faculty positions in the following departments: Contemporary Practices Ceramics Fiber and Material Studies Liberal Arts Visual Communication Design

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