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Ewan Atkinson | Barbados

Born in 1975 in Bridgetown, Barbados,
Lives and works in Bridgetown, Barbados
Photography, illustrations

Graduated in Fine Arts from the Atlanta College of Art (1998).

Individual shows by Ewan Atkinson

Fiction (2007) and Personality Disorder Machine at the Zemicon Gallery in Barbados (2002).

Collective exhibitions

The virtual Fresh Performance Project realized in partnership with the artist Damali Abrams and the Fresh Milk Platform, Barbados (2013) ; About Change at the HQ of the World Bank in Washington D.C., USA (2011-2012) ; Wrestling with the Image : Caribbean Interventions at the OAS Art Museum of the Americas of Washington D.C., USA (2011) ; Rockstone and Bootheel: Contemporary West Indian Art at Real Art Ways in Hartford, USA (2009) ; De Bottom Bound to Drop Out at the Zemicon Gallery in Barbados (2009) ; Infinite Island: Contemporary Caribbean Art at the Brooklyn Museum in New York, USA (2007-2008) ; Journey : Emancipation of the Spirit at the Zemicon Gallery in Barbados (2007) ; Out Castes at the Diaspora Vibe Gallery of Miami (2005) ; Objetcs and Actions at the CCA7 (Caribbean Centre Arts) of Laventille, Trinidad & Tobago (2002) and Barbadiana 2001 at the Studio de l’Image in Paris organized by JM’Arts gallery (2001).

Biennials, festivals

In 2011, he participates in the Plywood Project with the group Project & Spaces in Bridgetown.

He was also invited to the Liverpool Biennial (2010) in the Caribbean pavillion (altogether with Ras Ishi Butcher and Ras Akyem Ramsay). Ewan Atkinson exhibited in the Black Diaspora Visual Art festival in Barbados.

Ewan Atkinson’s photographies were included in the recent book Pictures from Paradise – A Survey of Contemporary Caribbean Photography at Robert and Christopher Publishers, April 2012 – a unique book compiling the works of 18 Caribbean photographers.


Ewan Atkinson ‘s artworks are contained in the collections of the US Embassy to Barbados and in the Barbadian National Art Collection.


Ewan Atkinson received the NIFCA Governor General’s Award of Excellence in Fine Art in 1999. He was rewarded by the Public Prize in 2008 for his exhibitions.