Product DescriptionThe world’s complex and colorful Caribbean art reflects the region’s African, European, Asian, Native and heritage. Despite the ethnic, linguistic and political artists of the Caribbean, there is a cultural unity that distinguishes his work in the broader context of North American and Latin American art. Following a discussion of pre-Columbian and colonial eras, the author describes how the pioneers of national art movements in the first half of the twentieth century helped to define an indigenous aesthetic, and how the revolution, anti-imperialism, and race consciousness in the turbulent sixties and seventies hit the face of art. There is a strong relationship between the Caribbean popular culture a. . . More>>

Caribbean Art

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