Nick Whittle Artist


Artist Statement

Selected Exhibitions


Residencies and Other

Reviews / Citations



2011 Hadchity, Therese, ISLANDS Or: The post-colonial artist and absent institution, XLIV AICA Congress, Asunción, Paraguay: "Art and Criticism in Times of Crisis."
2011 Hadchity, Therese, Subtle Monuments, unpublished MA Thesis, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus.
2010 Goodman, Khalil, Queen's Park to look at 'Art Beyond the Sea', The Barbados Advocate, 8 January, P 20.
2008 National Art Gallery a Major Undertaking, News to Remember, Hello!, The Barbados Advocate, 12 and 14 November, P 5.
2008 Bourne, Carolle, PM in the Park, Groove, The Nation, 14 November, P 14.
2008 PM: No Concrete Jungle Here, The Nation, 11 November, P 9.
2008 Goodman, Khalil, Whittle in Context, The Barbados Advocate, 9 November, P 29.
2008 Bourne, Carolle, Sunday Best, Groove, The Nation, 7 November, P 14.
2008 Ménard-Greenidge, Denyse, Barbadiana 2008, catalogue.
2008 Cummins, William, Barbados Art at CARIFESTA X, Select Barbados, Vol 3, No 11, November, P 14.
2007 Thompson, Allison, New Networks: Contemporary Art in the Caribbean, Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool.
2007 Hadchity, Therese, Art for Export: An exhibition of works, which have represented Barbados Abroad, National Art Gallery Committee, Barbados, p 28 and 51.
2007 Hadchity, Therese, Journey: Emancipation of the Spirit. National Art Gallery Committee, Barbados, p. 16 and 27.
2007 Sandiford, Robert Edison, Own Words: Nick Whittle, Caribbean Beat Magazine, Trinidad, November /December, pp 32–33.
2006 Hadchity, Therese, Acquisitions 2001–2006, National Art Gallery Committee, Barbados, p 70.
2003 Hadchity, Therese, And the winner is...., The Central Bank of Barbados Crop Over Visual Arts Exhibition, p 9 and 14.
2003 Sandiford, Robert Edison, Sand For Snow: A Caribbean-Canadian Chronicle, Quebec, Canada.
2002 Artist reveling in his craft, The Barbados Advocate, 14 July, pp 22-23.
2002 Whittle, Janice, Review 'doesn't do justice' to work, The Daily Nation, 6 February.
2002 Sten-Nicholson, Lilian, Collage, coincidence and contradictions, The Nation Easy Magazine, p 10.
2001 Brandis, Diane, The soul of Barbados: Poets share insights of our heritage, The Daily Nation, 26 March, pp 20-21.
2001 Hadchity, Therese, Carnet de voyage la Barbade, Artheme, Art Contemporain Caraibe revue trimestrielle, Martinique, No. 8, pp. 4, 10, 20, 22 & 23, 26 & 27.
2000 Hadchity, Therese, Independence: Perceptions & Attitudes, catalogue.
1999 Thompson, Allison, Forming a Dialogue, Art Planet: A Global View of Art Criticism Vol.1 No. 0, The AICA Press (International Association of Art Critics), Paris, pp 156–163.
1999 Sandiford, Robert Edison, Questioning the Self: Artist Nick Whittle talks to Robert Edison Sandiford, The Sunday Sun, February 21, 1999.
1999 Hadchity, Therese, Caliban’s Metamorphosis, Artheme: Art Contemporain Caraibe revue trimestrielle, Martinique, Septembre, No. 4.
1999 Cummins, Alissandra; Thompson, Allison and Whittle, Nick, Art in Barbados: What kind of Mirror Image? Jamaica, Ian Randle.
1998 Chapman-Andrews, Alison, Places of the heart: A review of Metamorphosis, The Nation Sunshine Magazine, January 18, p 13.
1998 Sandiford, Robert Edison, Investigating the Nature of Life. A review of Metamorphosis: A Change of Heart exhibition at the Art Foundry, The Nation Sunshine Magazine, 18 January, p 12.
1997 Thompson, Allison, Metamorphosis: A Change of Heart, catalogue.
1997 Chapman-Andrews, Alison, Low attack by Leacock, The Barbados Advocate, 12 May.
1997 Sandiford, Robert Edison, Treasury of Golden Arts, The Sunday Sun, May 25, 1997.
1993 Sten-Nicholson, Lilian, Mass at Morningside, Caribbean Week March/April 1993, p 33.
1985 Chapman-Andrews, Alison, New Ideas in Art Show, The Sunday Sun, 20 January.
1985 Kellman, Tony, On Black, The Bajan Magazine, July/August 1985, p 48.
1981 Dayrells Gallery Comes Alive. The Visitor, 2–15 March.
1978 Newton, Duncan, Nick Whittle: One Year Out, Aspects, A Quarterly Journal of Contemporary Art published in the North East of England, No. 4.