Holly Bynoe is a curator, visual artist, cultural activist and writer from St. Vincent and the Grenadines. She is currently living and working in Nassau, The Bahamas. Bynoe is the co-founder and director of ARC Magazine, the premiere visual art and culture publication focusing on contemporary work created throughout the Caribbean and its diaspora. She is a graduate of Bard College | International Center of Photography where she earned an M.F.A. in advanced photographic studies.
As editor and director of ARC Magazine, Bynoe has organized and curated various exhibitions across the Caribbean and the diaspora in collaboration with several formal and informal art spaces including the trinidad+tobago film festival, The Fresh Milk Art Platform Inc. and Transforming Spaces among others. She is co-director of Caribbean Linked, a regional residency program in Aruba, advisor to Kingston-based residency project New Local Space (NLS) and co-director of Tilting Axis, an annual meeting charting arts activism and nonprofit models of connectivity, education and sustainability across the region.
She is currently conducting research on interdisciplinary practices across the Global Caribbean with a focus on new media and photography, and she is currently working as Chief Curator of the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas.