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Greg Bailey

Born in 1986 in Warsop, Trelawny, on the island of Jamaica, Greg is an accomplished artist and lecturer at Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Fine Art from the college in 2010 and completed his Master's Degree in Fine Art at Washington University in St. Louis in 2019.

Bailey has showcased his work in various exhibitions in Jamaica, including the National Biennial and the Jamaica Biennial at the National Gallery of Jamaica. He has also exhibited internationally in London, the United States, and Stuttgart, Germany. Bailey's accolades include the People’s Choice Award at the Due West 2020 exhibition and scholarships from the Danforth and CHASE Fund. He is the author of "Future Relics: Monumentalizing Afro-Caribbean Identity" (2019). Bailey is renowned for his portrayal of people of color in the context of postcolonialism, and his work is held in collections, including at the Pan American Health Organization ("PAHO").

Artworks by Greg Bailey

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