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Caribbean Photography Exhibit from University of Warwick Heads for Belgrade Theater.

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Repeating Islands

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Exhibition will display images which challenge the ways in which the human body is represented in the Caribbean, James Rodger reports for The Coventry Chronicle.

Two of the city’s most beloved cultural assets will join together for a new exhibition in Coventry, it has been announced.

The Embodied Islands exhibition of Caribbean photography, which has been organised and curated by the Centre for Caribbean Studies at the University of Warwick, will be on show in the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry from October 3 to October 28.

Following the exhibitions success at the Warwick Arts Centre on the university’s main campus last month, the new exhibition will be displayed at the Belgrade Plaza theatre house to coincide with Black History month in October this year.

Embodied Islands is a photography exhibition bringing together the past and the present in the Caribbean Region, one of the most creative regions for visual…

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