|Title||Timings, Canon, and Art History|
This essay is a contribution to the book discussion of Timed Out: Art and the Transnational Caribbean (2011) by Leon Wainwright. Kempadoo offers an exploration and commentary on the way Wainwright's publication has been structured and conceived, exploring the rationale for the range of artists as the subjects of the book. She discusses “timing” and temporality as the central narrative for Wainwright in researching Caribbean art as transnational and comments on the implications and limitations of the publication in addressing the complexity of contemporary Caribbean visual art within the context of global art practices and set against more radical postcolonial art critique.
|Keywords||Caribbean visual culture|
|Journal||Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism|
|Journal citation||19 (2 47), pp. 167-176|
|Publisher||Duke University Press|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.1215/07990537-3139298|