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Abigail Hadeed | Trinidad & Tobago

Born in 1963, in Trinidad & Tobago,
Lives and works in Trinidad & Tobago.

She is a graduate from the Fort Lauderdale Art Institute.

Abigail Hadeed was recipient, in 2004, of the First Prize of the Commonwealth Photographic Awards Competition.

She was artist in residence at Light Work, an initiative for photographers, based in Syracuse, USA (2006).

Her last individual shows include : a présentation at the National Museum and Art Gallery of Trinidad & Tobago (2011) ; A Tree Without Roots at the CCA7 (Caribbean Centre Arts) in Laventille, Trinidad & Tobago (2006) and Abigail Hadeed at the Fundación TEOR/éTica in San José, Costa Rica (1999).

Regarding her participation to collective exhibitions, her work was showcased in : Season of Renewal-Celebrating 50 years of Independence and Caribbean Partnership at the Mona Campus in Jamaica (2012) ; Eye to Eye at the CAG[e] gallery of the Edna Manley Campus in Kingston, Jamaica (2011) ; About Change in the HQ of the World Bank in Washington DC., USA (2011) ; Wrestling with the image at the Art Museum of the Americas in Washington D.C., USA (2011) ; Applause IV Carnival 2011 at the Yart Gallery in Trinidad & Tobago (2011) ; Lighting the Shadow : Trinidad in and out of light at the CCA7 (Caribbean Centre Arts) in Laventille, Trinidad & Tobago (2004-2005) or Mama Dis Is Mas – Caribbean Carnival Traditions – Trinidad & Tobago & Puerto Rico at the Widener Gallery of the Austin Arts Center, USA (1998).

Abigail Hadeed also participated in the 9th Havana Biennial (2006) and in the 24th São Paulo Biennial in 1998.

In 2012, she is invited to present works during the New Media event, co-organized by ARC Magazine and trinidad+tobago film festival, in Port of Spain.

The photographs of Abigail Hadeed were included in the book Pictures from Paradise – A Survey of Contemporary Caribbean Photography by Robert and Christopher Publishers, released in April 2012 – a unique and necessary book compiling the work of 18 Caribbean photographers.

Her artworks are in the collection of the Light Work Foundation in Syracuse, USA.