The Future Has A Past, a multidisciplined exhibition at National Museum Wales' St. Fagans, invites us to think about the direction we are taking and the decisions we are making.
From galleries, exhibitions, artists and openings, to architecture, photography and more, here's the latest from the world of art.
National Museum Wales' The Rules of Art is a bold and inventive exhibition that de-colonises and flattens all notions of history and hierachy.
Two ambitious art collections open in Cardiff’s National Museum – DAVID HURN: SWAPS / THE RULES OF ART?
Two expansive art collections have just opened at National Museum Wales in Cardiff: The Rules of Art? and David Hurn: Swaps.
Llandudno's Oriel Mostyn exhibition Anathemata collects the work of some of the literary world's most creative minds.
Part of its Fellowship programme, Cardiff's G39 showcases the work of 20 emergeing artists in No Time To Plan An Ending.
“Organising the Depeche Mode archives brought me an incredible sense of joy” – MICHAELA OLEXOVA | INTERVIEW
From fan to official Depeche Mode photographer, Michaela Olexova talks to David Nobakht about what a dream come true her book DREAM was to create.
One of several exhibitions by African photographers showing at this year’s Diffusion Festival, The Gentlemen Of Kibera is stylish and soulful.
The multi-million-pound redevelopment of the Pontypridd YMCA now includes a brand new name - chosen by the community it'll serve.
Womanby Street bustling all of last weekend. Hannah Nicholson-Tottle got in on the act and captured some of the finest young locals in their element…
The Ultimate Kiss is the first full-scale UKexhibition for remarkable Dutch artist Jacqueline de Jong, representing each segment of her six-decade career.
With its sister event in Aberystwyth having fallen victim to the pandemic last year, it’s a relief to see the return of the Northern Eye Photography Festival to Colwyn Bay – and with a stellar lineup of speakers.
Gregory Parsons, primary curator at Ruthin Craft Centre in Denbighshire, has with Rhythm, Renewal & Reinvention brought together work by around three dozen contemporary basket makers.
Rhondda gallery the Workers has assembled a challenging bill of photographic exhibitions for October, including Dale Evans' look at gay subcultures, Lorna Cabble's homage to burlesque and Mohamed Hassan's show Self Wort
Ben Woolhead pops into Cardiff city centre, takes a look at an exhibition of work by a fella you may know as ‘the guy who makes pictures of people out of food’, likes what he sees and speaks to Nathan Wyburn, the food people picture guy in question, to find out more.
BUZZ CULTURE: RHIANNON LOWE | ART PREVIEW “We have no sex and we’re very much against it.” So said Russian woman Lyudmila Ivanova, after an American commented on the sexualised …