Solomon work features at National Gallery

A new exhibit by Caymanian artist Gordon Solomon goes on display Nov. 8 in the community gallery of the National Gallery.

Mr. Solomon, whose work reflects his concerns about societal issues in Cayman, brings an intuitive approach and unique style to his work.

The 18 works in the current show are prompted by a sense of disillusionment and of growing social division within the Cayman community, according to a release from the National Gallery.

Those issues range from the use of GMO mosquitoes to beach access, politics, birthrights, seaman’s benefits, environmental concerns, mental and physical health issues, immigration and economics.

The exhibition runs through Dec. 5. Admission is free. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.