Ahead of an immersive screening in Cardiff’s Cultvr venue in early November, Hari Berrow speaks to experimental art duo Grey Filastine and Nova Ruth.
From galleries, exhibitions, artists and openings, to architecture, photography and more, here's the latest from the world of art.
The debut solo exhibition of Swansea’s prodigious teen painter MAKENZY BEARD shows her artistic soul
MAKENZY BEARD has been dubbed Wales' most prodigious young artist and if her current collection is anything to go by, they're not wrong.
Pictorial and literary elements intertwine to create a touching and personal journal of place in Slyvia Plath's Drawings.
The Story Of Art Without Men is a glorious and pioneering corrective into female and gender non-conformist artists often overlooked and excluded from the past 500 years.
This summer, Cardiff’s Blackwater Gallery collaborates with the women-led empowerment initiative Her Mark for their latest art exhibition, Far A Day.
A transcendental and enjoyable ride, Dreamachine is what I’d imagine would happen if you died and your soul was travelling to the next experience.
Whatever your relationship with art, the Van Gogh: Immersive Experience in Bristol is well worth the entrance fee.
Fox: Neighbour Villain Icon takes a deep dive into the life of the red fox, with essays by natural history experts and other academics.
James Lacey's photos of decaying buildings in A World In Ruins serve as a form of preservation in the face of demolition.
Designed by artists Tom Slater and Jeremy Keenan, Illusory Contours allowed attendees to experience what it might feel like to enter the world of The Matrix in Cardiff.
If you’ve ever wondered what it would feel like to journey inside Joy Division’s iconic Unknown Pleasures album artwork, the audiovisual art piece Entangled Structures is for you.
Undod – translating as ‘unity’ for non-Welsh speaking readers – at Cardiff’s Blackwater Gallery plays host to art that should suit every taste.
With his most recent project, Portuguese-born visual artist Edgar Martins set himself a challenge: to capture absence – or, to put it in slightly less abstract terms, to photograph the …
David Hurn: Swaps - originally staged to mark the 70th birthday of famous photography collective, Magnum - brings a breathtaking collection to Cardiff.
Cardiff's National Museum is marking St Dwynwen’s Day – the Welsh alternative to St. Valentine's - with a special (date night?) talk on Welsh Love Tokens.
Beat the January - and Omnicron - blues in Wales with these one-of-a-kind places to eat at, engage with or explore in saftey.
Cultvr Lab's IMMERSDIFF programme of 3D cinema in Cardiff was not something Lynda Nash expected to be so awe-inspiring or profound.
Windrush Cymru, featuring vital stories of nearly 50 Windrushers and their descendants in Wales, is currently at Swansea's Waterfront.
Transgressing the English and Welsh divide, new art exhibit in Mold's Theatr Clwyd, Pushing The Boundaries, features work from six printmakers.
The Village finds David Wilson depart from images of the Pembrokeshire landscape with which he’s made his name and focuses instead on people.
Penarth's Turner House Gallery welcomes back art historian Morgan Haigh for a lecture that will pique art lovers’ interest.
Artists like Steve Attwood-Wright – headliner of Blanket Coverage in Newtown's Oriel Davies gallery – are reviving Welsh weaving in the 21st century.
Bringing together over 200 of his works for the first time. Exhibition on Screen: Raphael Revealed at the Taliesin brings taste of Rome to Wales.
Following exhibitions at the MOMA and his home town of Machynlleth, Danny May: Obscene Beasts an transfers to Aberystwyth this month