Liberation Begins in the Imagination: writings on Caribbean-British Art, 2021
Liberation Begins in the Imagination: writings on Caribbean-British Art, edited by David A. Bailey (founding director of International Curators Forum (ICF), visiting professor at the University of the Arts London, and Trustee of the Stuart Hall Foundation) and Allison Thompson Phd (art historian and curator living in Barbados, teaching at Community College)
On the occasion of the Tate Britain's exhibition Life Between Islands, David A Bailey and Allison Thompson published this book titled Liberation Begins in the Imagination.
Gathering writings by fundamental writers, visual artists, curators, and critics, this publication is a study of the interrelationship between the English-Speaking Caribbean countries and the UK. With a wide range of texts (poems, essays, interviews and conversations), this sourcebook focuses on the period between 1920s to today, studying and understanding the development and evolution of a Caribbean-British identity.
This publication is a treasure as it comprises of existing writings and previously unpublished ones from the post-war period to the today, as well as new essays by the most cultured people on the Caribbean-British subject matter.