A Suh It Guh showcases at Kingston Railway Terminus
“A Suh It Guh”, a photographic retrospective of Marina Burnel, a Kingston-based French photographer whose work is inspired by the city and the people who call it home.
Far away from her home in Normandy, the overt sensory overload of Kingston’s concentrated culture inspires her philanthropic and artistic manifestations. Idealising her raw and natural aesthetic, she deviates from the traditional, displaying her works on aged zinc, wood, and clay, exploring beauty through the broken. This retrospective showcases the past eight years of her journey through Kingston. She explores the complexities of modern Jamaican society with the backdrop of a rich world influencing culture.
What better place to enjoy this journey than through the Kingston Railway Terminus, which was built in 1845 and continues its very own journey into the 21st century.
This show is presented in association with the Jamaica Railway Corporation at The Kingston Railway Terminus located at 142 Barry Street. This event is free and open to the public Saturday June 10 and Sunday June 11 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.. Secure parking is available at the station.