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Open Society Foundations

Open Society Foundations Announce 2023 Soros Arts Fellows

NEW YORK—The Open Society Foundations today announced the recipients of their 2023 Soros Arts Fellowships, the preeminent award supporting socially engaged art.


3 Artists on the Role of the Caribbean in Environmental Art

Visceral, tender, and sometimes frightening works by women brought dynamism and a huge range of perspectives to the For artists from and working in the Caribbean, climate change threatens to eradicate not only the archipelagic landscape, but also the cultural memories of those communities.



A Complex Survey of the Caribbean Diaspora in Chicago Goes Beyond Geographical Boundaries

Mentioning the Caribbean may conjure images of lush landscapes and isolated leisure on a beach, of palm trees and a shared sea. Many will think of islands, big and small. But whose Caribbean is this?


Brooklyn Rail

Forecast Form Review

The complexities of the Caribbean expand beyond historical commonalities and cultural ties. Rather than attempt to condense artwork emerging from this region and its diaspora into a superficial idea of shared themes and visual representations, Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora 1990s to Today weaves a far richer conversation that explores a multitude of distinct voices.




Deborah Jack’s Poetic Work Draws Parallels between Hurricanes and Caribbean History 

There’s a near-hidden poem affixed to a wall in “Deborah Jack: 20 Years,” Pen + Brush’s two-decade retrospective of the multidisciplinary artist’s sublime work, on view until January 29, 2022. When the angle or light is right, the stanzas materialize; it speaks of storms—their scent, movement, and aftermath.


BOMB Magazine

Timely, Exciting Work by Women Artists at Miami Art Mare Incognitum / Unknown Sea: Deborah Jack Interviewed by Jessica Lanay

Deborah Jack’s work reverse engineers ideations around landscape. By absenting the body, she allows the minerals that sustain and end it, and the weather that nourishes and threatens it, to rewrite both their own histories as well as the body.


Art Journal

“a salting of sorts”: Salt, Sea, and Affective Form in the Work of Deborah Jack

Salt connects African diasporic subjects to the ocean across which their forebears were transported as slaves. In the works of Deborah Jack, and specifically those from the early years of the 2000s, the mineral variously manifests as rock salt, framing a portrait of the artist’s paternal grandmother in shadow boxes in her 2002 Foremothers series...


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Seascape Poetics

Episode #2: Oceans Of Knowing - The Ocean as a Space of Origin & Destiny

Artist Deborah Jack and scholars Elizabeth DeLoughrey and Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert discuss the ocean as a source of knowledge and inspiration in their work. 

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