Onshow Exhibitions

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Onshow Exhibitions


ABERYSTWYTH A Detailed Look by topographical artist Alan Percy Walker @the National Library of Wales until February 12 The new touring show, Disposable People, which looks at slavery in the contemporary world @Aberystwyth Arts Centre until January 9 Fibre Voices by Fibre Art Wales is a contemporary textile show @Ceredigion Museum until January 16 BRECON Peter Culpitt Evans, 1926-2009, A Retrospective looks back at a lifetime's study of the Welsh environment in paint @Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery until January 22 BRYNAMAN A collection of work by members of Llandybie Art Group @Black Mountain Centre until tomorrow CARDIFF The installation The Other Side is the result of Chinese ceramic artist Geng Xue's recent stay in Wales @National Museum Cardiff until January 10 The annual Christmas exhibition includes work by Iwan Bala, Corrie Chiswell, Elfyn Lewis, Walter Keeler and Ivor Davies @St David's Hall until January 9 Alan Phelan: Fragile Absolutes @Chapter Arts Centre until January 17 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 Halfway to Paradise - The birth of British Rock is a series of photographs by Harry Hammond @Wales Millennium Centre until January 21 Nouveau Cymru, the Christmas 2009 exhibition, features works by Elfyn Lewis, Iwan Bala and Lowri Davies @Galerie Galles, Romilly Crescent, Canton, until March Open Art 2009 is a collection of new work by local artists, including drawings, paintings, prints, photography, ceramics and metalwork @Oriel Makers, Penylan Road, Roath, until tomorrow A changing Christmas show featuring the work of artists such as Matt Forster, Chris Jones, Nigel Pugh and Ciara Lewis @Off The Wall, Llandaff, until tomorrow HAY-ON-WYE Brecon art team Karin Mear and Nigel Evans (known as Baaah!) replace the schoolchildren from school photos of yesteryear with farmyard animals against kitsch and funky backgrounds for their exhibition of digital and mixed media art @the Globe until January 16.

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 Peter Blake: Alphabet - the prints in this exhibition incorporate "found" imagery from postcards, magazines and popular ephemera @Llandudno Library until Sunday LLANGRANNOG A new collection of paintings by Aberaeron artist, Esther Eckley @The Ship until March MILFORD HAVEN Ben Meagher's Don't Go Calling Us Ugly... features behind-the-scenes portraits of a pantomime @Torch Theatre until January 11 NEWPORT Pig In Red Shoes is the second in a series of biennial exhibitions @Newport Museum & Art Gallery until January 16 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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