The Day the Music Lived, 2019, Errol Brewster
premium satin photo paper (signed, unframed)
22.48in X 25in, 0.75in white border
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The series of images (India ink on paper) presented, is a fanciful foray into a colour intensive abstraction which aims to weld the diverse ethnic influences of the Caribbean into visual narratives . They re-image the austere wrought iron work that is a telling architectural feature of the built environment across the region. Hopefully, they open up the possibility for alternative re-imaginings of such artefacts.
Errol Brewster is a Caribbean artist from Guyana, living in the United States. With more than four decades of a region-wide, multimedia imaging practice, he has participated in multiple exhibitions, regional and international:- in various editions of CARIFESTA’s; the EU’s Centro Cultural Cariforo, travelling exhibition, 2000; the First International Triennial of Caribbean Art, 2010; and the Inter-American Development Bank’s “Sidewalks of the Americas” Installation, 2018.