New exhibition highlights plastic waste problem
New exhibits at the Bermuda National Gallery are to feature artwork highlighting art from plastic waste – as well as a range of biennial pieces from the gallery’s permanent collection.
Flotsam and Jetsam: The Cost of Modern Living by Meredith Andrews, produced with Keep Bermuda Beautiful, has opened in the BNG Project Space.
The collages depict items collected by the artist along Bermuda’s shoreline, aimed at bringing beauty out of chaos.
The Bermuda Biennial: A Retrospective opens in the gallery’s Watlington Room.
The fifteenth biennial provides a platform for the island’s artists in celebration of 30 years of contemporary Bermuda art.
The flagship exhibition of works, selected by a rotating cast of overseas jurors, provides local artists with the opportunity to have their work seen by some of the foremost art professionals in the world.