On Wednesday, March 9, 2022, Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited the Tate Museum in London, England.
During today’s visit to the world famous museum, The Prince of Wales met with Mr. David Bailey who co-curated the gallery’s exhibition, Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art 1950-Now.
According to a press release, via Tate Museum, Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art 1950-Now exhibition:
“… explores the work of artists from the Caribbean who made their home in Britain, alongside other British artists whose work has been influenced and inspired by Caribbean themes and heritage.
Spanning visionary paintings to documentary photography, fashion, film and sculpture, Life Between Islands traces the extraordinary breadth and impact of Caribbean British art, in one setting.
This exhibition celebrates how people from the Caribbean have forged new communities and identities in post-war Britain – and in doing so have transformed what British culture and society looks like today.
The exhibition features over 40 artists, including Aubrey Williams, Donald Locke, Sonia Boyce, Claudette Johnson, Peter Doig, Hurvin Anderson, Horace Ové, Grace Wales Bonner and Alberta Whittle.”
Meanwhile, The Duchess of Cornwall Camilla viewed the Tate Museum’s “…historic works and met producers as well as young people who run special events at the gallery to help engage the next generation of young creatives.”
Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art 1950-Now will be open to the public until April 3, 2022. For more information about current exhibitions at the Tate Museum please click the link below: