Veerle Poupeye Charts a New, More Dynamic Path for the National Gallery of Jamaica and Explains Why Female Artists Should Continually Strive for Excellence
At the National Gallery, too, one also finds Camille Chedda's compelling black and white paintings on white disposable plastic bags, of people, mainly young black men, who have been killed by the police on the island. .
2014Jamaica Biennial 2014...A Transitional Phase in The Process Of Change
"Gomez, in commenting on her work, noted that "it represented an inventive use of basic items which give new form and meaning to portraiture and make the work fresh and compelling."
"...Camille Chedda’s “Shelf Lives” (2011), a series of modest but powerful portraits of ordinary people rendered in mostly gray acrylic paint on clear-plastic storage bags, throwaway symbols of what, to many political and corporate leaders, are probably insignificant, throwaway lives."