13 Guyanese artists have taken part in an exhibit at the Aljira Center for Contemporary Art in Newark, USA.

The exhibition is titled Un|Fixed Homeland and showcases a wealth of work from Khadija Benn, Kwesi Abbensetts, Frank Bowling, Sandra Brewster and more.

The show was curated by Grace Aneiza Ali and opened on July 17. Un|Fixed Homeland explores themes surrounding what ‘home’ is – in a physical and non-physical capacity. Check out some of the work below:

Installation view of artwork by Sandra Brewster and Hew Locke. Photography: Argenis Apolinario
Installation view of artwork by Keisha Scarville. Photography: Argenis Apolinario
Keisha Scarville, Untitled, from the series Passport, 2012 – 2016. Mixed media, 2 . x 2 . in. (unframed in archival sleeves) (Photo: Courtesy of the artist)
Sandra Brewster, Guyana Girl 2, from the installation, Place in Reflection, 2016. Photo gel transfer on wood, 6 x 8 in. (Photo: Courtesy of the artist)
Photography: Argenis Apolinario

Find out more about the exhibit here, it runs until September 17.

All installation images copyright of Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art.