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Blue Curry | The Bahamas

Born in 1974, in Nassau, The Bahamas,
Lives and works between London, UK and Nassau, The Bahamas
Installations, sculpture

Blue Curry holds a MFA from the Goldsmiths College in London, UK (2009).

Individual shows by Blue Curry

Blue Curry, Untitled (car tire, beans) at Times Equities Inc., New York, USA (2013) ; New Works at the Art First Projects in London, UK (2012) ; Blue Curry at the Toomer Labzda gallery in New York, USA (2011) ; Trove at Deptford X in London, UK (2011) ; Stranger than paradise at the Nassauischer Kunstverein of Wiesbaden, Germany (2011) or Dragging Anchor at the Low & High Platform for Art of Folkestone, UK (2011).

Collective exhibitions

Blue Curry & Ingo Gerken in LoBe in Berlin, Germany (2013) ; Confined at NEST in Den Haguen, The Netherlands (2012) ; Friday Late : Flying High at the V&A in London, UK (2012) ; Year One at the Toomer Labzda gallery in New York, USA (2012) ; Mad March Hares at the Vegas Gallery of London, UK (2012) ; Into the Mix at the KMAC in Louisville, Kentucky, USA (2012) ; Powerless Structures at the Schwartz Gallery of London, UK (2012) ; About Change at the HQ of the World Bank in Washington D.C., USA (2011-2012) ; Emergency 5 at Aspex in Portsmouth, UK (2011) ; Focus on the the Global Caribbean Landscape at the Fondation Clément in Martinique (2012), at the Little Haïti Cultural Center in Miami (2011), at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico (2010) and in France in Sète at the MIAM – Musée International des Arts Modestes (2009) ; Rockstone and Bootheel: Contemporary West Indian Art at Real Art Ways in Hartford, USA (2009) ; Setups Situations Solutions at the Popopstudios in Nassau, The Bahamas (2008) ; The Next Level, Guerrilla Show at the Photographers’ Gallery of London, UK (2007) or Funky Nassau : Recovering an Identity in the Nassauischer Kunstverein of Wiesbaden, Germany (2006).


Blue Curry participated in the 6th Liverpool Biennial, UK (2010) and in the 1st Caribbean Biennial at the Museo de Arte Moderno of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (1992).

His artworks are in the collections of the NAGB (National Art Gallery of The Bahamas), of Kay Saatchi, of the Dawn Davies Foundation and of the Principal Art Group.