Eddie Chambers' 'Flag', made in 1994, was included in “Arrivants: Art and Migration in the Anglophone Caribbean World” which opened on November 9, 2018, at the Barbados Museum and Historical Society, St. Ann’s Garrison. On view until the end of January 2019. Curated by Veerle Poupeye and Allison Thompson, the opening of "Arrivants" was organised to coincide with the International Museums Conference Itinerant Identities: Museum Communities / Community Museums, co-hosted in Barbados by the University of the West Indies and the Museums Association of the Caribbean, November 7 - 9, 2018.
“Arrivants” explores the diasporic nature of Caribbean society as documented and interrogated through its artistic production and includes work by Ewan Atkinson, James Boodhoo, Karl Broodhagen, Ras Ishi Butcher, Eddie Chambers, Paul Dash, Stanley Greaves, Francis Griffith, Caroline Holder, Nadia Huggins, Leasho Johnson, Marianne Keating, Winston Kellman, Kelley-Ann Lindo, Hew Locke, Phillip Moore, Kishan Munroe, Lynn Parrotti, Keith Piper, Sheena Rose, Veronica Ryan, Simon Tatum, Aubrey Williams, Golde White, and Cosmo Whyte.
photograph of Eddie Chambers' 'Flag', flying in front of Barbados Museum, taken by Jessica Taylor.