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  • Artwork of The Week: 'This Means...' by Delton Barrett


    This week we celebrate the work of one of our favorite emerging photographers, Delton Barrett.

  • Artwork of the Week: 'Shell Deity' by Brent Malone


    To mourn the eminent closing of our 2018's Transforming Spaces exhibition, MUSE, this week we highlight one of Brent Malone's most famous pieces, 'Shell Deity'.

  • Artwork of the Week: 'Untitled' by Kjell Vogelzang


    During Saskia's most recent trip to her home Country: The Netherlands, she visited the Zinderin Kunst, an art center in Hauge that works with artists with disabilities.

  • Artwork of the Week: 'Everything is not level and I am not str8' by Margot Bethel

    In keeping with our recent studio visit to Margot Bethel at the Current [Studios], we want to highlight one of her brilliant installations that she constructed for our 2014 Transforming Spaces Exhibition, Submerged.
  • Artwork of the Week: 'Sea Blessings' by Jordanna Kelly

    This week we highlight a newly acquired piece to our collection: 'Sea Blessings' by Jordanna Kelly.
  • The Making of “Muse : Muse”

    two artists are inspired by the indefinable muse…


    The stunning work of two powerful Bahamian
    artists currently commands the gallery walls of the D’Aguilar Art Foundation
    (DAF) downtown in what can only be described as a striking juxtaposition of

  • Artwork of the Week: "Italy" by Allan Pachino Wallace

    This week’s highlighted Artwork is Italy, one of Allan’s paintings currently on display for our latest
    exhibition, MUSE, curated for Transforming Spaces this year. 

  • Artwork of the Week: "Jupiter" by Allan Pachino Wallace

    This week, we highlight one of the pieces currently showing in MUSE, an exhibition curated for Transforming Spaces.  The show juxtaposes work of contemporary artist Allan Pachino Wallace against master artist Brent Malone. This painting, "Jupiter", is a direct response to Malone's "Earth Sea Sky", and at first glance the only similarity one may notice is the posing of both subjects: hands held out to the side, holding flowers, gaze piercing the onlooker strait-on.  Upon closer inspection one notices that Pachino, like Malone, also uses heavy symbolism to connect his figure to nature. The subject cracks out of the (earth) stone, and moves upward into the blue (sky) top part of the composition. Both paintings elevate the feminine with symbolic storytelling. 

  • Artwork of the Week: "Hationary Mural" by Allan Pachino Wallace

    This week, we highlight the artwork of contemporary artist Allan Pachino Wallace in preparation for our upcoming exhibition for Transforming Spaces, MUSE. Pachino completed this mural three years ago for our 2015 Transforming Spaces Exhibition, "Hationary." This year, he will again showcase his work in a two-person exhibition alongside the works of the late Brent Malone.
  • Artwork of the Week: "Junkanoo Cosmic Dancer" by Brent Malone

    This week, we highlight the artwork of the late Brent Malone
    in preparation for our upcoming exhibition for Transforming Spaces, MUSE.
    Throughout his life's work, Malone drew inspiration from a select number of
    models that nourished his profound interest in the figure. In "Junkanoo
    Cosmic Dancer", Malone not only draws inspiration from the figure of the cowbellman
    - grounded in a shroud of Junkanoo garb - but also draws from the historic ritual
    of Junknaoo itself.