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MINI gets the picture

Friday, May 11, 2018

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MINI held its second Art House event at its state-of-the-art home at ATL Autobahn on Lady Musgrave Road in St Andrew, recently. However, on this occasion the focus was on local photography and independent cinematography.

“MINI Art House is about celebrating the rich creative tradition that Jamaica has and the artists that are keeping that tradition alive with the work that they are doing,” Sloane Jackson, head of business for ATL Autobahn, told the Jamaica Observer's weekly Auto magazine.

Before the evening's feature movie Dope — a 2015 ode to 90s hip-hop culture — invited guests were introduced to a wide variety of pieces from three local photographers, Jo Benée Morris, Michael Moodie and Destinee Condison.

Morris impressed with her specialty, portraits, while Moodie and Condison did the same with their fashion and lifestyle photography. All three indicated their pleasure at being able to display their work in such a setting and received positive feedback from patrons.

MINI used the occasion to reveal its 2019 line-up, such as the all-new MINI Countryman, and newer pricing, offering significant discounts to buyers on the night.

— Rory Daley

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