A painting depicting trees and hands
Photograph: Courtesy of the Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Art, Contemporary art

“Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today”


Time Out says

What does “Caribbean art” look like? This new group exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art takes a diasporic approach to answering that question, using weather—and all its changeability and unpredictability—as a metaphor for exploring artistic practices and identity-making within Caribbean art communities across the world. With the tumultuous geopolitical climate of the 1990s as its backdrop, the exhibit highlights work from 37 international artists; it’s also the first major MCA exhibition to presented in both Spanish and English. 


$15 adults, $8 students, teachers and seniors
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