(at the studio)


Walkers Dairy, St. George, Barbados BB19193
Tel (246) 435-1952 Mobile (246) 230-8897
E-mail annaleedavis@gmail.com
Website www.annaleedavis.com

2003 – Evoking a Caribbean, Zemicon Gallery, Barbados
2002 - Evoking a Caribbean, Art Museum of the Americas, OAS Gallery, Washington, D.C., USA
2000 - re/routed, CCA7, Trinidad
1997 - (up)rooted, The Art Foundry, Four Square Factory, Barbados
1990 - Woman Scream Niche, The Barbados Museum, Barbados
1989 - I Wish You Would Hair Me, MFA Show, Rutgers, N.J., USA
1988 - Caribbean Invitational 1, National Gallery of Jamaica
2007 Infinite Island: Contemporary Caribbean Art, Brooklyn Museum, N.Y, USA.
Curator - T. Mosaka (catalogue)

Art For Export, Zemicon Gallery, Barbados (catalogue)

Bridgetown -whisperpost - New Media Installation intervention into the capital
city of Barbados in collaboration with artists, historians and performers.

2006 First ACP Festival, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

No Country is an Island – Figures of Freedom in Caribbean (American) Art, Paul Robeson Gallery, Newark, New Jersey

Dedicated to the Island – Three Generations of Women Artists in Barbados, Zemicon Gallery, Barbados

2005 KHOJ International Workshop, Mumbai, India

2003 Caribbean Realities II–Roots & Routes, Museum of the Americas, S Carolina

Fresh, National Gallery of the Cayman Islands

De lo que soy - Of what I am, Lehman College Art Gallery, New York

2001/02 ARTE di nos e ta, TENT, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
2001 Big River 2 Workshop Exhibition, CCA7, Trinidad (catalogue)
Mastering the Millennium: Art of the Americas, Centro Cultural Recoleta, Argentina, and The Art Museum of the Americas, W, D.C. (catalogue)
Contemporary Collaborations. The Artist & The Master Printer, Sheehan Gallery, Washington State, USA
Identities - Artists of Latin America & the Caribbean, Passage de Retz, Paris, France (Catalogue)
30th Festival International de la Peinture, Chateau-Musee Grimaldi,
Cagnes-sur-Mer, France (Catalogue)
1998 Exclusion, Fragmentacion y Paraiso, Caraibe Insular Museo Extremeno e Iberoamaricano de Arte Contemporaneo, Badajoz & Casa de America, Madrid, Spain. (Catalogue)
LIPS, STICKS & MARKS, The Art Foundry, Barbados, & The Museum at Fort San Andres, Trinidad. (Catalogue) An exhibition of works by 7 Contemporary Caribbean Women Artists.
The Latina Artist. The Response of the Creative Mind to Gender, Race, Class & Identity, Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, USA (Catalogue)

XII Biennial de San Juan Del Grabado Latinoamericano y Del Caribe, Instituto de Cultural Puertoriquene, Puerto Rico. (Catalogue)
First Latin American Printmaking Biennial, Nouveau Centro de Arte, The Dominican Republic
1997/98 Tijuana Banners Salon, Tijuana Cultural Centre, Mexico

Caribbean Visions, Contemporary Painting & Sculpture, Miami, New Orleans, Washington, D.C. (Catalogue)

1997 Contemporary Art From Barbados, The Gallery in Cork Street, London, England. (Catalogue)
Artist Proof Studio, Fringe Exhibition to 2nd Johannesburg Biennial, South Africa
MACHINATIONS, The Art Foundry, Barbados
Gold For the Nation, Barbados Gallery of Art, Barbados. (Catalogue)
1996    3rd Biennial of Caribbean & Latin America, Museum of Modern Art, The
Dominican Republic
1995 XAYAMACA Workshop Exhibition, Richmond Great House, Jamaica (Catalogue)
1994 22ND Biennial of Sao Paulo, Brazil (Catalogue)
4TH Biennial of Cuenca, Ecuador (Catalogue)
2ND Biennial of Caribbean & Latin America, Museo de Arte Moderno, The Dominican Republic
Karibische Kunst Heute, Kassel, Germany (Catalogue)
Quinta Biennial de la Habana, Cuba (Catalogue)
26 Festival International de la Peinture, Chateau-Musee Grimaldi, Cagnes-Sur-Mer, France (Catalogue)
Family, A Work of Art, Costa Rica & the OAS Gallery, Washington, D.C.
CARIB ART, a traveling exhibition of contemporary art from the Caribbean; Curacao, The Bahamas, Haiti, The USVI.
COPYRITE, A Salon Des Refuses, City Centre, Bridgetown, Barbados
1992 1ST Biennial of Caribbean & Central America, Museo de Arte Moderno, The Dominican Republic (Catalogue)
Aquarella Gallery, 3-Person show with C.Cozier and I. Shaw, Trinidad
ART OVER SUGAR; A Happening, Vaucluse Factory, Barbados
Un Nouveau Regard Sur Les Caraibes 1492-1992, L'Espace Carpeau,
France, Centre-des-Artes, Guadeloupe, CARIFESTA 5, Trinidad, Casa de
Francia, D.R., 1993, Instituto Cultural Puertorriquena, Puerto Rico
1990 Selected Works from the Art Collection Foundation, (Barbados)
Museum of Modern Art of Latin America, Washington, D.C.

2006 Visiting Lecturer at The University of Michigan; Montclair State University, & Paul Robeson Gallery, New Jersey, NYU, New York City & Emory University, Atlanta

2004 Panelist at Joscelyn Gardner’s solo exhibition, White Skin, Black Kin: Speaking the Unspeakable, An intervention into the Barbados Museum & Historical Society, Barbados

2003 Visiting Lecturer at Latin American & Caribbean Studies Dept., Emory University, Atlanta, Women & Gender Studies Dept., Rutgers University, NJ,
Art Dept., Montclair University, NJ; & Providence Day School, Charlotte, NC.

2002 Visiting lecturer at Art Museum of the Americas & Howard University,
Washington, D.C.; Tulane University, New Orleans; & The University of the West Indies, Humanities Week, Barbados

1999 Panel Discussion on Chris Cozier's solo show "...and he was such a
polite boy", The Art Foundry, Barbados
1998 Public Lectures on the Lips, Sticks & Marks show, The Art Foundry,
Barbados, Contemporary Caribbean Arts Limited, Trinidad
The Authentic Self, with I.Shaw, Trinidad & A.Martinez, Aruba, Contemporary Caribbean Arts Limited, Trinidad
1997 Contemporary Art in the Caribbean, Museum Africa, Jo’burg, South Africa
Artist Proof Studio, Johannesburg, South Africa
A Rutgers Dialogues Innovative curriculum project - Response of the Creative Mind to Gender, Race, Class & Identity, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA
Printmaking at the Millennium, an International Project, Boston
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
1993 Art in Barbados & Representing Artists, The Artists' Union, Aruba, The Public Library; Curacao, The Carib Art Symposium, and Trinidad, Aquarella Gallery
1989 - Masters of Fine Art, Mason Gross School of Visual Arts, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA

1986 - Bachelor of Fine Art, Maryland Institute, College of Art, USA

1984/1985 - Mobility Programme, Studio Art Center International, Florence, Italy
2005-2006 The Cultural Action Fund Grant – US$25,000.00 to produce a Video-DVD called ON THE MAP – Understanding the Southern Caribbean Through Migration.

2002 Grants from the Ministry of Culture, Prime Minister’s Office; Caribbean Export Development Agency & Barbados Investment & Development Corporation; Barbados in support of the Evoking a Caribbean exhibition in Washington, D.C.

1998-99 Grant from Caribbean Export Development Agency (CEDA) in support of the Lips, Sticks & Marks exhibition
1997 Grant from CEDA to Support Visiting Artist Project at Artist Proof Studio, Johannesburg, South Africa
1989 5TH Annual Exhibition & Competition of the ACF: The Award of Excellence, The Mrs. D A Wilson Purchase Award, & The Most Promising Artist Under 27 Years Award, Barbados