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Adele Todd, originally from Trinidad & Tobago, is an artist, graphic designer, with a BFA degree from Pratt Institute where she graduated with honors.
Todd is also presently a lecturer for the University of the West Indies in her hometown of Trinidad. Throughout Todd’s career, she has produced many books and magazines, of which display her trademark design. She also has participated in many exhibitions in her art career; as an artist, she is ranked in the top one million globally. The first major one being in 2001, at Big River2 at CCA7 - Fernandes Industrial Centre in the Port of Spain. Todd has mainly exhibited in Italy but has also participated in exhibitions within her home of Trinidad and Tobago. Todd has partaken as well in two biennials. One being The Second Beijing International Art Biennale 2005 at Beijing International Art Biennale in Beijing in 2005 and the other at Florence Biennale in Florence and Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) in Glasgow, Scotland. The exhibition in Glasgow was her most recent event and where she showcased her signature technique, coined dimensional embroidery. Much of her work is centered around social concerns in Trinidadian culture. Through art, she expresses her reaction to the environment surrounding her. A quote from Todd states, “There is so much Art in Trinidad and Tobago that focuses only on the pretty and the past. I prefer to contemplate the present and the future.” One of the outlets Todd uses to share her ideas of art and design is through Tumblr, of which the blog is called Sexypinkon . There you will find daily updates of news and events about art from Trinidad, Tobago, the Caribbean, and the Americas. As stated by Todd, the goal of this site is to enrich other art connoisseurs as well as those that are just interested in the history of art. Todd also uses her art site adeletodd.wordpress.com, her Facebook . Lastly, if you would like to read about what is currently going on in her personal life, you can go to . There she talks about new projects and events occurring in her life, as well as her thoughts on the present state of the globe.