Hope by Claudette Dean

Often times, a single piece of artwork can define an individual artist, a sweeping era, or a life-changing moment in time. Deeply embedded in our cultural consciousness, such work becomes legend and the artist of an icon. The work reproduced so often that to see it in person is a rick moment for the viewer.

Such is the thought behind the current exhibition at The D'Aguilar Art Foundation, "Bahamian Icons: Past, Present and Future", which effectively explores Bahamian art history through its most memorable work by Bahamian masters and identifies the artists who will continue to define the cultural landscape.

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Claudette Dean