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.
Cardiff art review
A mixed-media exhibition at Cardiff's Oriel Canfas showcases the beauty of the Wales Coast Path through paintings, photography, and sculptures.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
One of several exhibitions by African photographers showing at this year’s Diffusion Festival, The Gentlemen Of Kibera is stylish and soulful.