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Description: This pamphlet is a close-up perspective on Leroy Clarke's exhibition Revelations II-Landscape of Consciousness." It was published in the Trinidad Guardian on 1 May, 2000."
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Description: A "Speech before Justice Anthony Lucky in the matter concerning Denzil Gittens, convicted self-confessed murderer." Excerpts were published in the Trinidad Express on 6 April 1998.
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Description: This poem includes a quote from Cesar Vallejo and is a "tribute to that African woman in whom Eye Dream...Eye Dwell"
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Description: Written by LeRoy Clarke to honour Allan Harris, the contents of this pamphlet were also published in the Trinidad Express, 4 September 1997, p. 9, and the Trinidad Review, 4th Quarter, 1997.
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Description: This pamphlet contains a poem in honour of Earl Warner. It was also published in the Trinidad Guardian Newspaper in December 1998.
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Description: This is a brochure for an exhibition entitled "A Retrospective" by Leroy Clarke, which was held at the National Museum and Art Gallery in Port of Spain from 7-27 November 1998.
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Description: This is a tribute to Lewis Lovelace by Leroy Clarke. Written in December 1997, this article was published in the Trinidad Express and Newsday newspapers on 5th January, 1998. Lewis Lovelace passed away in September 1998.
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Description: This pamphlet celebrates Pat Bishop's work. The article was published in the Trinidad Guardian Newspaper on 9 January 2000.
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Description: Third in the El Tucuche series, the contents of this pamphlet were published by the T&T Review on 16 August 1987.
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Description: In this pamphlet Derek Walcott pays tribute to Andrew Beddeau. Included also is a short critique of Leroy Clarke's work.
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Description: In this collection of articles, several writers, including LeRoy Clarke himself, analyse the paintings in Clarke's exhibition "A Landscape of Consciousness" which was held from 1 to 21 May 2000.
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Description: A publication by the Trinidad Theatre Workshop, this pamphle includes three plays, as well as the autographs of some of the cast members of "The Blacks."
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Description: In this pamphlet Leroy Clarke eulogises Cherrie Orr, former Jamaican High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago. The article was also published in the Trinidad Guardian and Newsday newspapers.
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Description: First published in the Sunday Express, 3 October 1982 under the title "There is no humour now. All is falling down-at last", this pamphlet is the second part of a two-part discourse in which Leroy Clarke reflects on the state of Trinidad and Tobago society as the twin island state celebrates 20 years of independence.
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Description: "Sanctuary" is the third part of the Pantheon series. This work was done in honour of Pat Bishop. Leroy Clarkes' article praising Pat Bishop was written in June 1996, while the exhibition was held from 2-19 July 1996.
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Description: A colourful image of a human cranium, along with the author's opinion of the senseless and chatioc state of mind of those "that would guide the potential of the public", form the basis of this pamphlet.
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Description: In this pamphlet Leroy Clarke expresses his opinion about Trinidad and Tobago being a "rainbow country" and the assumption that its people live in harmony. This article was also published in the Trinidad Express on 4 November, 1997.
open this document and view contents View the PDF document El Tucuche 2: El Tucuche on the labyrinth of Change
Description: Second in a three-part series, El Tucuche On the Labyrinth of Change was published in the "T&T Review" newspaper on 18 May 1987.
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Description: Leroy Clarke expresses his opinion about the decision of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association to hire a foreign coach to train the national football team.
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Description: Contains the two poems "Black Truth" and "Lament, a black collage". "Black Truth" was written in October 1969, and "Lament, a Black Collage" was written on 30 November 1970.
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Description: This pamphlet focuses on Leroy Clarke’s advice about art and how it should not be engaged in carelessly since it is “no past time or part-time activity”.
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Description: This is a programme for for Leroy Clarke's exhibition "Pantheon" which was held at the National Museum from 12 February to 24 March 1996. It includes a foreword by Dr. J.D Elder, as well as a catalogue of the paintings in the exhibition.
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Description: This pamphlet is the first part of a two-part discourse in which Leroy Clarke reflects on the state of Trinidad and Tobago society as the twin island state celebrates 20 years of independence.
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Description: The theme of "Landscape of Consciousness" is contined in LeRoy Clarke's exhibition "Syllables." This pamphlet contains both poetry and prose which discuss the idea behind Syllables. Also included in the pamphlet are pictures from "Syllables" as well as the list of painting that make up the exhibition. "Syllables" was held from 9-19 July 2002.
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Description: This speech, delivered by Leroy Clarke at the 27th Annual Conference of I.A.P.C.R.O. (International Association of Policing Community Relations Officers), was published in the Trinidad Guardian on 16th October 1998.
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Description: This pamphlet is a draft of an article published on 4 October 1997 in "The Independent" newspaper. In the pamphlet the author advises people of African descent that "We must take ourselves seriously."
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Description: First in the series of poems entitled El Tucuche- Trinidad's second highest peak- these poems are a metaphoric illustration of the pinnacle of achievement. This article was published in May 1987 in the "T&T Review."
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Description: The contents of this pamphlet were published by the Trinidad Guardian and Newsday newspapers in February 1998.
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Description: In this pamphlet Leroy Clarke pays tribute to the talent of a Caribbean man - Phillip (Phil) Simmons, the West Indian cricketer. He describes him as a "legitimate heir to Sir Learie" Constantine and other great West Indian cricketers. This article was published in the Trinidad Express, 27 November, 1996. It was also published in the T&T Review in 1996.
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Description: Commentary on the issue of the National Library. This article was published as "Put People Before Politicians, Eye Say" in the Sunday Express Newspaper, 14 September 1997.
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Description: This is the eulogy for Edgar Cleon Wilson, delivered by Leroy Clarke on 18 February 1999.


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