Transforming The Crown Transforming The Crown:

African, Asian and Caribbean Artists in Britain, 1966-1996

Marcia Bennet, Between A Rock and A Hard Place

The Caribbean Cultural Center
408 West 58 Street
New York, NY. 10019
Tel: 212.307.7420

The Studio Museum in Harlem
144 West 125th Street
Tel: 212.864.4500

The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx
Tel: 718.681.6000

Organized by the Franklin A. Williams, Caribbean Cultural Center, Transforming the Crown contains over 100 works of art in three concurrent showings. Visit New York and view the exhibitions
through MARCH 15, 1998.

Transforming the Crown is a North American effort to foster further exploration of some of the most compelling work being produced in England in our time.

A 200 page catalogue is available through the gallery shop of each participating institution. The catalogue features 175 color and black and white photographs, artist profiles,a chronology of three decades of British social and cultural history, and incisive essays by prominent British and American scholars. $39.95 USD.


The Flag: Evocations of Home and National Identity

Visualizing Resistance:Artists and Activism in Britain

Picturing England: The Photographic Narratives of Vanley Burke

The Eternal Question: Spirituality, Myth and Ritual in Art

Written on the Body: Constructions of Identity

The Caribbean Artists Movement (CAM),1966-1972

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