This exhibition uncovers the history of how the image of modern Jamaica as a tourist destination - and tropical commodity - was created through photography. Join us at the exhibition opening.
Experience an archive of photographs from 19th century Jamaica
More than 70 historic images on display
Making Jamaica also includes new work by contemporary artist Ingrid Pollard
From the 1890s onwards, domestic and international firms photographed the people, architecture and landscape of the island. Many of these original Victorian prints and lantern slides have never been shown in the UK.
The photographs in Making Jamaica have been selected from Patrick Montgomery’s Caribbean Photo Archive. Five large hand-tinted photographs by Ingrid Pollard will respond to the archive, a commission marking the 30th anniversary of her landmark project Pastoral Interludes (1987).
Read more about the exhibition at: http://autograph-abp.co.uk/exhibitions/making-jamaica-photography-from-the-1890s
Curated by Mark Sealy and Renée Mussai of Autograph ABP.