RACHAEL MINOTT

Artist,
Researcher,
Curator, Facilitator 

Rachael researches Caribbean national representation and her practice reflects particularly on the Jamaican art historical cannon alongside the region’s contemporary issues. Allowing her to draw comparisons through time of the perennial concerns the island faces. By using a mixed discipline practice that encourages spaces for research and exchange Rachael positions visual art as an entry point which allows the viewer to delve into deeper content and conversations.

ARTWORKS

VIDEO WORK

EXHIBITIONS

Gallery at Willesden Green, Thinking about Jamaica, May 2019-Jun 2019

 

National Gallery of Jamaica, Jamaica Biennial 2017, Feb 2017-May 2017

 

St Katherine’s Precinct, London, The Things We Painted Gold, May 2016

 

The 4th Ghetto Biennale, Haiti, KREYÒL, VODOU and the LAKOU: Forms of Resistance, Dec 2015

 

OXO tower London, Jamaican Hidden Histories, April 2015

 

The Horse Hospital, London Feminist for Ferguson, Nov 2014

 

The House of Praise, Bristol The 3rd Annual Sam Sharpe Lecture, Oct 2014

 

Modern Art Oxford, The International Gallery of Jamaica presents: 'Evangelic’ Sept 2014

 

University of Reading, Spirituality Slavery and Salvation, GinDear June 2014

The Alter of Nanny, 2013
The Alter of Nanny, 2013

clay, chicken wire, wood, red wine, bronze goblet, flowers, wax candles, wooden rosary, canvas

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The Martyrdom of Sam Sharpe, 2014
The Martyrdom of Sam Sharpe, 2014

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E (2012)
E (2012)

Oil on Slate

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The Alter of Nanny, 2013
The Alter of Nanny, 2013

clay, chicken wire, wood, red wine, bronze goblet, flowers, wax candles, wooden rosary, canvas

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