Previous Group Exhibitions


Pacific Standard Time LA/LA2017: Relational Undercurrents – Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago, Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA), Long Beach, California, USA. Sept 16 2017 – March 28, 2018 Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago called attention to a region of the Americas that is difficult to categorize and often overlooked: the island nations of the Caribbean. The exhibition proposed an “archipelagic model”— defining the Caribbean from the perspective of its archipelago of islands, as distinct from the continental experience—to study issues around race, history, the legacy of colonialism, and the environment. The exhibition was divided into four thematic sections: Conceptual Mappings, Perpetual Horizons, Landscape Ecologies and Representational Acts and features artists whose works have informed and shaped those themes. With over eighty artists and occupying the entire museum space, Relational Undercurrents included painting, installation art, sculpture, photography, video, and performance. It was accompanied by a lavishly illustrated catalogue with commissioned essays by scholars and curators. Curated by Dr. Tatiana Flores.

Overseas: Cuba and the Bahamas. Contemporary art from the Caribbean – HALLE 14, Spinnerei Galleries, Leipzig. Apr 29 – Aug 6 2017 Featuring photographs, paintings, installations and video works from 38 artists, the show offered a unique insight in the current art scene of the two island states. The exhibition was co-curated by Holly Bynoe, curator of the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, and by the in Havanna and Vancouver based independent curator and art critic Antonio Eligio (Tonel) and ran until August 6, 2017.

Revisiting an Eye for the Tropics – National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, Mar 31 – Feb 18th. The new permanent exhibition, Revisiting An Eye for the Tropics, reconsidered both the National Collection and local private collections in regards to the colonial gaze and our post-colonial lives today, and featured the work of over 20 artists.

The Eighth National Exhibition (NE8), National Art Gallery of the Bahamas Dec 15-Apr 16th exhibited Slave House

The Seventh National Exhibition (NE7) – Antillean, National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, Nassau. Dec 15th – Apr 15th curated by Holly Bynoe (Arc Magazine and Chief Curator at the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas) and Michael Edwards, (Artist and Curator).

Nassau Calling Art in the Bahamas [re]-visited – HilgerBROTKunsthalle, Sept 26th – Nov 21st, Vienna, Austria. Curated by Amanda Coulson (Director of the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas) and Ulrich Voges, joint founders of Volta NY .Exhibiting “Daddy”, portrait dealing with Haitian/Bahamian relationship and migration issues.

Transforming Spaces, Water – The D’Aguilar Foundation, Nassau, Bahamas, Apr-June Project Title: Thirst, a comparison of clean water supply to 12 cities throughout the world. Etched and painted aluminium.
Early Paintings –  Bahamas High Commission, Chesterfield Street, London. Nov 26th.

40th Anniversary Celebration of Independence for the Commonwealth of the Bahamas – The Caledonian Club, Mayfair, London, May 1st.
40 Years of Bahamian Art – Permanent Exhibition, National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, Nassau. ongoing
Emblematic, Doongalik Studios Art Gallery, Jul 25th-Aug 9th.
The Sixth National Exhibition (NE6) – Kingdom Come, National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, Nassau. Nov 15th- Apr 7th (Piceus, dealing with oil drilling in Bahamian waters.)

Permanent Exhibition – National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, Nassau.
Kingdom Come – The Sixth National Exhibition, The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, Nov.15 2012 – April 7th 2013. On invitation from Amanda D. Coulson, Director. Piceus, a sculpture of etched aluminium, stataurio marble, and dead sea fan, in response to issues raised from the potential of oil drilling in the Bahamas.

God Save the Green – Friends of the Bahamas, The Caledonian Club, Mayfair, London. Annual Reception, Ecological Strains, with sister artist, Holly Parotti.
Art of Change – Royal Commonwealth Society, Royal Commonwealth Club in association with the CPA Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, Northumberland Terrace, London July 18-Aug 5. The 2011 theme for the Commonwealth is “Women as Agents of Change”. Women artists from all 54 Commonwealth Nations were invited through their High Commission to participate. Until August 5th.
Impact – joint exhibition with Holly Parotti including the Slick Series and The Forest for the Trees, Jacaranda House, Nassau, Bahamas. Oil slicks, tower cranes, safety cones and mangroves featured.

Liverpool Biennial 2010: Three Moments <City States> – Agafar Gallery, Contemporary Urban Centre, Greenland Street,
Liverpool, Sept-Nov 2010
The Fifth National Exhibition The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas – Sept. 2010 – Jan. 2011 (Juried Themed Show, “What is Your Carbon Footprint?” – panel of judges consisting of artists – Janine Antoni, NY,  Alfredo Jaar, NY, NAGB co-curator – Jackson Petit, Director, Gasworks and Triangle Arts Trust, London – Alessio Antoniolli, Collectors, Dawn Davies & Saskia D’Aguilar, Bahamas. Installation title: “Tar Baby”- sea level rise with references to ongoing Deep Water Horizon oil spill and environmental affects.

Alterworld opened new gallery in a disused space and curated exhibition of 12 established and emerging artists who challenge our perceptions of a stable, ‘knowable’ reality. Gallery 6, Imperial Wharf, Fulham, London. July. – Sept.
Glass Window Grand Opening – Glass Window Gallery, Gregory Town, Eleuthera, Bahamas.
Sixth Sense – Michael Chandler, Pete Hoida, Michael Lyons, Holly Parotti, Lynn Parotti, Lélia Pissarro, Paul Vanstone, gallery6@Imperial Wharf London, May-June 2009.
Green Fuse – The Avenue, St. James Street, Mayfair, London, Jan. – Apr. (Inagua and Green Fuse Series).
The Force that through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower – Joint exhibition with Paul Vanstone, Imperial Wharf, Fulham, London. Dec. – Jan. 2009 (based on a poem by Dylan Thomas to comment on ongoing themes of the temporality of life, the energy crisis and the fragility of our surroundings)

The Fourth National Exhibition – The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, July-Jan 2009. (Juried Show – the Inagua and Blastocyst Ball Series: IVF and female emotion)
Inagua – The Henley Festival, Henley-on-Thames, Oxon, July (The Inagua Series showcased)
Great Western Studios Open London – Ongoing Biannually (since 1995).
Limit – New paintings and prints, joint exhibition with Holly Parotti featuring the Inagua Series and Boundaries, Popop Studios, Centre for the Visual Arts, Nassau, Bahamas.
Transforming Spaces 2008 – Popop Studios and Residency Programme, Nassau, Bahamas.

Safety Zones – Concurrent with Art Basel Miami, Diaspora Vibe Gallery, Miami, Florida.
(Series dealing with diasporic living and economic downturn)
Change – Diaspora Vibe Gallery, (Miami) & Popop Studios, Nassau, Bahamas.
When the Bough Breaks – Chelsea Arts Club, South Kensington, London, June-July (Series: environmental fragility based on children’s nursery rhyme, “Rock-A-Bye-Baby”).
Artists of the Artists – Artists Rifles Clubhouse, Bisley Camp, Surrey, exhibited also in 2005 and 2006.

Degustation – Paint, Paste, Print – Popop Studios, Nassau, Bahamas.
Faces, Colours and Textures – La Giovane Pittura Bahamiana, Mantero – La Tessitura , Como, Italy, curated by Roberto Borghi, in conjunction with Sergio Gaddi, Minister of Culture and Finance for the Community of Como and Vertex International Consulting.
Art International – Lyford Cay Manor, Nassau, Bahamas.
Faces, Colours and Textures – La Giovane Pittura Bahamiana, Spazio A-Shed, Como, Italy, curated by Roberto Borghi, in conjunction with Sergio Gaddi, Mininister of Culture for the Community of Como.
20/20 – Beverley Knowles Fine Art Gallery, Bevington Road, London.
Square One Gallery King’s Road, London.

Time and Tide new paintings – Gallery No.5, Blenheim Crescent, Portobello Road, London.
Artists of the Artists – Artists Rifles Clubhouse, Club Row, Bisley Camp, Brookwood, Surrey.
Aspects of the Bahamas: Sustaining Nature’s Treasures – The Royal Commonwealth Society with The Bahamas National Trust and the Ministry of Tourism, Northumberland Avenue, London.
Revel in the Arts – Charity Auction, Mountbatten House and Gardens, West Hill Street, Nassau, Bahamas.

Seascapes Celebrating 275 Years of Parliamentary Democracy in the Bahamas – Friends of the Bahamas, House of Commons, London.

Parotti Views – The Central Bank of the Bahamas, Nassau, Bahamas.

The Third Affordable Art Fair – Battersea Park, London.
Beatrice Royal Gallery, Eastleigh, Hampshire.

The Second Affordable Art Fair – Battersea Park, London.
Wind and Wave – Beatrice Royal Gallery, Eastleigh, Hampshire
Lyford Cay Gallery Nassau, Bahamas.

Alive – Workhouse Gallery, South Kensington, London.
Annual Auction – Government House, Nassau, Bahamas.
Spring Open – Lyford Cay Gallery, Nassau, Bahamas.

New Paintings – The Landmark Hotel, Marylebone, London on invitation from His Excellency, Sir Arthur Foulkes, The Bahamas High Commission for the 25th Anniversary of Independence Celebration for the Bahamas.
Ways of Seeing – Open Exhibition, Pitshanger Manor Museum and Gallery, Ealing.
New Lines – Diarama Gallery in conjunction with E1 Gallery, The Media Centre, Great Tichfield Street, London.
Times Metro/Art Movement – Art & Dining Club Promotion Bizrot II, Oxo Tower Wharf and Novelli’s EC1, Clerkenwell Road, London.
Well Being – Phillips, New Bond Street, London.
New Landscapes – Marks & Spencer Head Office, Baker Street, London.

Currents – Royal College of Pathologists, Carlton House Terrace, London.
A Sense of Place Landscape Abstractions – Fifth Year Anniversary, Collyer-Bristow Gallery, Bedford Row, London.

Celebrating Women Through the Millennium – The Contemporary Art Gallery, Dover Street, London.
Cable & Wireless Head Offices Theobald’s Road, Holborn, London.

Nine Northumbrian Fields – Cable & Wireless Head Offices, Theobald’s Road, Holborn, London.
Maryland Studio Artist Marks & Spencer Head Office, Baker Street, London.

Nine Northumbrian Fields – Tallentyre Gallery, Morpeth, Northumberland.
The Art Show – Alexandra Palace, Green Park, London.

Flood Tide, High Tide, Ebb Tide – Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin.
Currents, Paintings & Ceramic Sculptures – Master of Fine Arts Thesis Show’, Anderson Gallery, Richmond, VA.
Continuum 2 – Women’s Caucus for Art, James Centre Gallery, Richmond, VA.

Group Show – Fresco Barn, Skowhegan, Maine.

Paintings of Longing & Travel – Gallery X, Charlottesville, Virginia.
The Independent Group graduate painting show – Artspace, Richmond, VA.
6+2 graduate painting show – Interact Gallery, Richmond, VA.
Continuum 1 – Women’s Caucus for Art, James Centre Gallery, Richmond, VA.
Face it – Shockoe Bottom Alive/Richmond for Life Painted murals which were sold to raise funds for Richmond Aids Service Organisations.
Annual Juried Fine Arts Show – Anderson Gallery, Richmond, VA.

Senior Thesis Exhibition – The Butler Building, Purchase, NY.
Sea-Love A book and ‘Dialogue’ – handmade paper sculptures, Visual Arts Gallery, State University of New York, Purchase, NY.
Junior Painting Exhibition – Visual Arts Gallery, State University of New York, Purchase, NY.
Interior Space – Installation using audio, video & sculpture to simulate the effects of water on the body, Visual Arts Gallery, State University of New York.