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    State Minister in the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Alando Terrelonge, placing a plant on the tomb of former Jamaican religious revivalist, painter, sculptor and cultural force, Mallica “Kapo” Reynolds, in commemoration of the 108th anniversary of his birth, on Sunday (February 10) at the National Heroes Park in Kingston. Kapo was one of the greatest artists in Jamaica’s ‘Intuitives’ artistic movement. He was born in the Byndloss district of St. Catherine and died in 1989 at age 78 years. Also present at the ceremony were members of the creative industry, revivalist movement, diplomats, the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission and other dignitaries.

     

     

     

    State Minister in the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Alando Terrelonge, addresses persons gathered at the National Heroes Park on Sunday (February 10) to reflect on the life of former Jamaican religious revivalist, painter and sculptor, Mallica “Kapo” Reynolds, on the 108th anniversary of his birth, on Sunday (February 10). Kapo was one of the greatest artists in Jamaica’s ‘Intuitives’ artistic movement. He was born in the Byndloss district of St. Catherine and died in 1989 at age 78 years. Also present at the ceremony were members of the creative industry, revivalist movement, diplomats, the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission and other dignitaries.