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I Cannot Escape This Place
Wales has many fascinating stories to tell through the work of the artists and collectors from, or inspired by, Wales. A number of these stories will be told in the new £6.5m National Museum of Art, which opens to the public on Saturday 9 July 2011. ... More>>
CERBYD TAKES TO THE ROAD
To celebrate Cerbyd's tour of Wales starting this week ARC features an interview with Tom and Brian the 'Cerbyders'
Peter Liversidge: Proposals for Cardiff
Review by Luke Healey
While humdrum artists peddle clichés, artists like Peter Liversidge reinvent them. With ‘Proposals for Cardiff’, showing at Chapter until the 11th of July, the Lincoln-born, London-based artist gives new meaning to the old notion that creativity (or success, or genius) ... More>>
David Solomons: Up West
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David Solomons: Up West
Cardiff's newest gallery in the heart of Cardiff Bay announces a new exhibition by photographer David Solomons.
Do I have to paint you a picture?
International Polaroid exhibition for
Cardiff’s city centre...
19 Feb - 03 April 2010
Morgan Arcade, Cardiff
Newport Museum and Art Gallery play host to Simon Fenoulhet’s latest creation Lucent Lines
Locws Projects 2009
Locws Projects 2009 – New Art Project for Brangwyn Hall, Swansea
Locws International presents a new commission by artist duo Robert Bermingham and Richard Robinson to coincide with the Swansea Festival of Music and the Arts: the ‘British Empire Panel Project’... More>>
Artist Object Project
Artist Object Project
Catherine Bertola Michael Cousin Deirdre Nelson
Artist responses to the national ceramics collection
Brecknock Museum & Gallery, Brecon will host Artist . Object . Project - three major new installations based on Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales’ ceramics col... More>>
Venice. a response by Samuel Hasler
Performer and Writer has written a personal response to his time at the 53rd Venice Biennale.
An Interview with Alan Goulbourne
Artist Alan Goulborne graduated only six months ago from Cardiff School of Art & Design yet he has already managed to secure an impressive reputation for himself in the fiercely competitive visual arts scene. Last year Goulbourne was commissioned by Chapter Arts Centre to create an artwork to adorn... More>>
National Museum Cardiff presents Alfred Sisley
Alfred Sisley (1839–1899) – one of the leading figures of the Impressionist movement got married at Cardiff Registry Office, spent his honeymoon in Langland Bay and was offered five shillings by a Welsh pub landlord for one of his paintings!... More>>
My Place at Oriel Myrddin
As the snow melts and the warm returns to the sun, why not take a trip to Carmarthen in March to see an exhibition of images that are moving in more ways than one.
In the summer of 2008 Oriel Myrddin Gallery issued a call for films submissions from artists and filmmakers connected to Wales, respond... More>>
Welsh Photography Open 2008 Howard Gnds, UWIC
WELSH PHOTOGRAPHY OPEN 2008
15th November – 10th December 2008
Paul Beauchamp Peter Bobby Darryl Corner Paul Adrian Davies Haydn Denman Sarah Goodey Andy Hazell Sara Jackson Sian Pile Tom Pope Betina Skovbro Anthony Stokes
Wales Artist Resource Programme
ARC has been speaking to artist, and new member of g39 staff, Sean Edwards on their new initiative,
Pieter Hugo at Ffotogallery: A Review by Samuel Hasler
My occasional visits to ffotogallery, are occasional because of the psychological barrier that makes me think it’s further away than it is. The train journey that is usual pretty simple and quick (although this time landslides and biblical levels of rain created some transport difficulties.) is ju... More>>
Welsh Art Now
Welsh Art Now is set for lift off this August, Richard Higlett speaks to Martin Allman about the new visual arts magazine for Wales.... More>>
An-Aesthetic, Medical Procedure or Social Surgery?
Art and science are often regarded as two opposing disciplines – one viewing the world as a system of truths and facts and the other seeking highlight the extra-ordinary that exits between those truths and facts. In practice, these two disciplines repeatedly converge, and it is in this space betwe... More>>
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Artists and the bars of Cardiff
An article by Phil Babot
Or rather, where 'did' Cardiff artists drink ?