London-based painter Hurvin Anderson is showing a collection of paintings depicting everyday Jamaican life at the Studio Museum in Harlem, NYC.
Born in 1965 in Birmingham, United Kingdom to parents of Jamaican descent, Anderson engages the formal traditions of landscape painting and abstraction. Through his paintings, he explores his own relationship to the Caribbean through depictions of complex, personal spaces and memory.
HURVIN ANDERSON: PETER’S SERIES
July 16-October 25, 2009
The Studio Museum in Harlem
144 West 125th Street, New York, New York 10027