1 - 30 June, 2020
For MOCA Blue presents images from an ongoing series of works using a consistent sculptural formula to create a new typology of cultural artefact.
Blue works primarily in sculpture and installation using an idiosyncratic language of commonplace objects and found materials to engage with themes of exoticism, tourism and material culture.
He has exhibited in the Liverpool, SITE Santa Fe and Jamaica Biennials, the Caribbean Triennial as well as in galleries and institutions such as the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Art Museum of the Americas, the World Bank, the Museum of Latin American Art, the Frost Museum, and the Nassauischer Kunstverein.
He was recently commissioned by Small Axe literary journal for their Andy Warhol Foundation supported ‘Visualities’ series of exhibitions, the next of which will be at NEST, The Hague in July . He is featured in the new publication, A-Z of Caribbean Art.
Blue, born in Nassau, Bahamas, lives in London and works between there and the Caribbean.
All images copyright and courtesy of the Artist.
113 Bellenden Road
Open Thursday and Friday: 2pm - 6pm
Open Saturday: 12pm - 4pm
or by appointment