"...one should always be a bit cautious when encountering the work of Blue Curry, which confounds and confronts with a precise and strategic composure." -Chris Cozier

"Anchored in the specificity of the Caribbean, Curry’s work finds life within a global art historical discourse and practice." -Dr. Erica Moiah James

Blue Curry (b.1974, Nassau, Bahamas) is an artist working primarily in sculptural assemblage and installation art who uses an idiosyncratic language of commonplace objects and found materials to engage with themes of exoticism, tourism and material culture. He has exhibited in the Tate Britain, the Victoria & Albert Museum, Liverpool, SITE Santa Fe and Jamaica Biennials, the Caribbean Triennial, The Art Museum of the Americas, The World Bank, The Museum of Latin American Art, The Frost Museum and The Nassauischer Kunstverein among many others. He is a graduate of the Goldsmiths College Fine Art MFA program. He currently lives in London, United Kingdom, and works between there and the Caribbean.

He is also the Director of Ruby Cruel, a creative space in Hackney, London.


Studio photo by Natalia Queirolo.