Ben Woolhead takes a look at a new documentary about Tish Murtha, a Tyneside photographer who honed her craft in Newport before capturing the grit of the 1980s British underclass, and whose legacy is being preserved 10 years after her death thanks to filmmaker Paul Sng.
From galleries, exhibitions, artists and openings, to architecture, photography and more, here's the latest from the world of art.
Sue Hubbard’s God’s Little Artist is a suitably unconventional biography of Gwen John: an unconventional painter, and for her time an unconventional woman
Worm, Edel Rodriguez's graphic novel-formatted memoir, shows not just his evolution to unfortunately iconic artist, but also his upbringing in smalltown Cuba and escape to Florida.
MARINA ABRAMOVIĆ biography: performance art pioneer opens up extensive archive with insight & humour
Marina Abramović: A Visual Biography is an extensive chronicle of the woman who helped formulate a new art form's work, making for a fine coffee table, page-turner.
Times may have changed, but there’s plenty still to be angry about. New exhibition Wasteland Of My Fathers pays tribute to Cardiff's punk history and the value of music as protest.
What does Wales and Welshness mean to you? Cardiff's Blackwater Gallery asked 20 artists to respond to these questions, and Ein Cymru is the resulting exhibit.
Immerse yourself in The Lost Words exhibition at Oriel Y Parc, celebrating language and nature through art.
Explore eerie landscapes and captivating narratives in Kristine Potter's Dark Waters, featuring evocative black and white photographs inspired by southern gothic murder ballads.
Immerse yourself in the coastal landscapes of Pembrokeshire with Drew Buckley's stunning photography book.
From Mae West to Mariah Carey, the V&A’s DIVA unpacks the history, meaning and reclaiming of the ‘divine’ idol
Delve into a starry universe of divas with this tie-in book to the Victoria & Albert's latest blockbuster exhibition, Diva, by Kate Bailey, and explore the historical significance and contemporary reclamation of the term.
Discover the work of rising Welsh painter Caitlin Flood-Molyneux in her recent solo exhibition, Suspended In Time, which ruminates on trauma, loss, and love.
Bud Lee documents the harrowing events of Newark's 1967 uprising through his lens as a self-taught photographer in The War Is Here.
The hidden tales of World War I soldiers in Whispering Walls are told through graffiti and carvings, revealing the indomitable human spirit in the face of war.
A mixed-media exhibition at Cardiff's Oriel Canfas showcases the beauty of the Wales Coast Path through paintings, photography, and sculptures.
Graphic biography Frida Kahlo: Her Life, Her Work, Her Home author and artist Francisco De La Mora's vivid illustrations capture Kahlo's spirit and pain, from her childhood polio diagnosis to her rise as an artist and her untimely death at age 47.
Charlotte Grayland's playful and thought-provoking world in Swings and Roundabouts includes captivating installations and immersive environments that challenge our perception of reality and invite us to embrace the unexpected.
Fergus Thomas' The Faculty Divine exhibition features stunning, atmospheric photographs of the Welsh valleys that evoke wonder and spirituality through natural light and weather conditions.
Angela V. John reminds us of the history of International Women's Day and tells us all about the Monumental Women Project.
All The Beauty and the Bloodshed - exploring photographer Nan Goldin's life and her fight against the Sackler family/Big Pharma - draws a clear and sometimes painful line between the personal and political.
Following on from 2019’s Walking Cardiff comes writer Peter Finch and photographer John Briggs’ followup/breakout book Walking The Valleys.
To mark the opening of BBC 100 In Wales. allow Hannah Collins, Eve Davies and Josh Williams to whet your appetite with some historical insights and personal picks from the corporation's history.
National Museum Cardiff is popping the champagne early for the BBC's 100th anniversary in Wales with an exhibition which will run until April 2023.
Ben Woolhead visits the Workers Gallery in Ynyshir for a photographic exhibition paying tribute to the strength of grassroots protest past and present.
Hans Luijten’s pivotal new exploration of Jo van Gogh-Bonger's life in The Woman Who Made Vincent Famous aims to rewrite part of Van Gogh's history.