Fresh Milk has just shared information on Tilting Axis 2, building on the inaugural edition of the Caribbean-driven visual arts conference Tilting Axis took place last year at The Fresh Milk Art Platform Inc. in Barbados. Tilting Axis 2 took place at the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) on February 19 and 20, 2016, to discuss this year’s topic ‘Caribbean Strategies.’ As the Fresh Milk platform reports, Tilting Axis was originally conceived by Fresh Milk and ARC Magazine, who have continued to collaborate with core partners Res Artis and PAMM for the second iteration in Miami.
See the link below for a summary of the events that took place during this Caribbean art-centered conference and the participation of this broad community of like-minded leaders and innovators, such as Annalee Davis, Founding Director of Fresh Milk; Holly Bynoe, Director and Editor-in-Chief of ARC; Veerle Poupeye, Director of the National Gallery of Jamaica (NGJ); Johanna Auguiac-Célénice, Director of the Biennale Internationale d’Art Contemporain Martinique (BIAC-Martinique); Tobias Ostrander, Chief Curator of PAMM; Joëlle Ferly, Director of L’Artocarpe in Guadeloupe; Marcel Pinas, Founder of Tembe Art Studio in Suriname; Gean Moreno, Curator of Programs at ICA, Miami; Pablo Guardiola, co-director of Beta Local in Puerto Rico; Paulo Miyada, director of the Entropic School at Instituto Tomie Ohtake in São Paulo, Brazil; among others.
The closing event of the conference was a public talk given by Pablo León de la Barra, a curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum for the Latin American phase of the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative. The next edition of the meeting is slated to take place in early 2017, hosted by the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI).