The Making Jamaica: Photography from the 1890s exhibition will be opening in London at the Autograph ABP studio on Thursday 23 February. The expo will run until the 22nd April and will feature works by the contemporary artist Ingrid Pollard. Also, entrance is FREE!
According to Autograph ABP, the exhibition – which has been curated by Mark Sealy and Renée Mussai – offers “More than 70 historic images” and promised to explore “the history of how the image of modern Jamaica as a tourist destination – and tropical commodity – was created through photography.”
Find out all you need to know about the expo, including gallery opening times and details on the grand opening of the exhibition in February via the website, by clicking this link.