Onshow Exhibitions

Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales), January 22, 2010 | Go to article overview
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Onshow Exhibitions


ABERYSTWYTH A Detailed Look by topographical artist Alan Percy Walker @ the National Library of Wales until February 12 Through Other Eyes is an exhibition focusing on drawings, paintings, sculptures, photographs, films and prints by emerging artists from India and Pakistan. None of the works has been shown outside India or Pakistan before @Aberystwyth Arts Centre until February 27 ANGLESEY David Tress' touring exhibition Chasing Sublime Light @Oriel Ynys Mon until February 21 BANGOR Sex Pistols; The Clash; The Damned; are all names that evoke the age of punk. Now a new exhibition is a rare opportunity to see Gerrion Jones' private collection of images by Jamie Reid, Jimmy Cauty, Billy Childish and others that highlight how punk has evolved since 1976 @ Gwynedd Museum & Art Gallery until February 20 BRYNAMAN Work by members of the Bryncoch Art Group @Black Mountain Centre until January 28 CARDIFF Evelyn Williams' tender, intimate and emotional paintings are concerned with the subtleties and complexities of relationships and the human predicament. Her new paintings are on show alongside the work of Dewi tudur, who is displaying his first major exhibition for five years @ Martin Tinney Gallery until February 6 A major new exhibition by 20th century artist Eric Malthouse who is credited as the artist "who brought modern art to Wales" @ Kooywood Gallery until February 20 Angela Lizon's first exhibition, Colossal Cats @ Howard Gardens Gallery, UWIC, until February 11 Richard Bevan has produced two site-specific film works continuing an exhibition programme exploring relationships between art and cinema as a gallery based medium @ g39 until January 30 Nouveau Cymru, the Christmas 2009 exhibition, features works by Elfyn Lewis, Iwan Bala and Lowri Davies @ Galerie Galles, Romilly Crescent, Canton until March The Cave of Montesinos is an exhibition of contemporary artists' responses to the idea, myth, symbol and actuality of the cave @ Oriel Canfas, Glamorgan Street, Canton until February 13 Image and Abstraction: Photographic prints by Linda Shell and Mansel Davies with framed textiles by Jane White and ceramics by Shirley Meyrick @ Oriel Makers, Penylan Road, Roath until the end of January CARDIGAN A new show of Ivor Davies' work @ Oriel Mwldan, Theatr Mwldan until February 20 CARMARTHEN Once We Were Birds by award-winning photographers Tina Carr and Annemarie Schone, who travelled to Eastern Europe to meet and work with Roma communities, documenting aspects of their daily lives @ Oriel Myrddin until February 20 LLANDEILO Winter Group Show featuring the work of Nick Holly, Ceri Auckland Davies, Andrew Douglas-Forbes and Aneurin Jones @ Fountain Fine Art until January 30 LLANDUDNO Prospects is an organisation for people with learning disabilities. This exhibition is the outcome of multi-disciplinary interactive workshops led by qualified artists, making masks and costumes to be used in a dance and drama performance @ Llandudno Museum until April 10 LLANGRANNOG A new collection of paintings by Aberaeron artist, Esther Eckley @ The Ship until March MILFORD HAVEN A mixed show of gallery artists including Eloise Govier, Mike Jones, Ceri Aukland Davies, Mike Monaghan, Gwyn Roberts and many more @ pureART until February 25 NEWTOWN Beyond Pattern is an exploration into the cultural meanings of pattern, through exhibition, commission, publication and debate @ Oriel Davies until January 27.

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