Photographer Meredith Andrews has been featured by the Artnet website, discussing the local art scene, Bermuda’s inaugural Art Month and more.
The story said, “Photographer Meredith Andrews is proud that her work can be seen in two of the premiere gallery and museum spaces in Bermuda: the Hamilton Princess hotel and the Black Pony Gallery in the lobby of the Cambridge Beaches resort.
“The hotels have been great spaces where you can go see work. They’re championing local artists. The Hamilton Princess is the best contemporary museum on the island,” Andrews said in an interview on the sidelines of Bermuda’s inaugural Art Month. “The local galleries might be annoyed with me saying that, but in terms of international work, you can see stuff here that you can’t see in other places.”
“Andrews, one of the leading artists to come from the island nation of about 60,000 people, is the recipient of honors including making the shortlist for the 2009 and 2019 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, which features an exhibition at London’s National Portrait Gallery. She has shown work in galleries across the world and has shot photos for a long list of publications including The New York Times, New York Magazine, Getty Images and Der Spiegel.”
Read the full story here on the Artnet website.
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