Black Pony Gallery is getting set to open a new exhibition showcasing works by Teresa Kirby Smith, a photographer who received an MA in Photography & Fine Arts Administration from New York University.
Curator Lisa Howie said, “Black Pony Gallery is committed to the narrative of contemporary visual art makers in the Atlantic world. Currently, the gallery represents eleven artists residing in Bermuda and one in the Azores.
“Each artist is defining their own paths, challenging narrow perceptions of island art, and signaling to the global art market that this geographical region has much to offer.
“Photographer Teresa Kirby Smith was born in Peru and raised in Chile, Panama, and Argentina. She studied at the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, New York, and received an MA in Photography and Fine Arts Administration from New York University.
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