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MOMA MACHYNLLETH

Y Tabernacl, Heol Penrallt, Machynlleth SY20 8AJ
01654 703355

www.moma.machynlleth.org.uk

Mon-Sat 10-4

Machynlleth Station

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RUTH JN : 'AR DYMOR GAEAF'
Nov 17, 2018 - Jan 12, 2019
An exhibition of work from the ‘Welsh Ladies’ series by local artist Ruth Jn. ‘Ar Dymor Gaeaf’ will include original pieces, limited edition prints, and lino cuts. The work has been inspired by colloquial sayings, traditions, culture, and the nuances within the Welsh language.

HELEN ELLIOTT : "I WISH I COULD BE AN ARTIST..."
Nov 24, 2018 - Jan 12, 2019
The title was the short conversation Helen Elliott had with artist Stan Rosenthal in 1990. Although she was obsessed by painting from an early age, she’d been asked to leave the art class at school and told she couldn’t draw. This lack of art education let Helen explore her imagination in depth and experiment to develop a way of painting that is unique and memorable.

MALCOLM RYAN : NIGHT PAINTINGS
Dec 1, 2018 - Jan 26, 2019
A selection of paintings spanning forty years from the 1970s until the present, drawn from Malcolm Ryan’s wide subject matter. The paintings are a kind of night journey, we are escorted to view scenes of domestic intimacy, to travel through night landscapes and to view the busy street scenes of great cities. We are made to become aware, to view our everyday lives imbued with the poetry of the painter’s eye.

CASW : THEN & NOW - 80 YEARS OF CASW
Dec 8, 2018 - Jan 26, 2019
Since 1938 the Contemporary Art Society for Wales (CASW) has acquired around 900 works by 500 artists. These are now held as part of well-known public collections across Wales. This exhibition celebrates the 80th anniversary of the Society’s first acquisition by exploring the contemporary art of successive eras. Curated by Dr Peter Wakelin.

Click to enlargeLITTLE BIG ART : PLAYTIME
Dec 8, 2018 - Jan 26, 2019
The best things start with the smallest brick… and then get bigger, literally. Little Big Art have created galleries in exhibition centres, castles and UNESCO World Heritage sites, and even had an exhibition attended by Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen - the billionaire owner of The Lego Group. Little Big Art take the wonderful world of play and supersize it, reigniting the childish euphoria of cracking open that new toy on Christmas Day.

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MOSTYN

12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno LL30 1AB
01492 879201

www.mostyn.org
post@mostyn.org

10.30am - 4pm Tuesday - Sunday

Llandudno Car


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JOSEPHINE MECKSEPER
Nov 17, 2018 - Mar 3, 2019
MOSTYN, Wales UK is pleased to present both existing work and new commissions in the first solo exhibition in Wales, by German born and New York based artist Josephine Meckseper.
 
One of the foremost female artists of her generation working today, Meckseper melds the aesthetic language of modernism with the formal language of commercial display, combining them with her own images and film footage of historical undercurrents and political protest movements. Throughout her installations and vitrines, by simultaneously exposing and encasing common signifiers, such as advertisements and everyday objects, next to abstract paintings and sculptures she creates a window into the collective unconscious of our time.
 
At the core of the exhibition will be a mirrored vitrine, and a set of glass, acrylic sheeting and stainless steel sculptures, along with two dimensional and film work.
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Click to enlargeLOUISA GAGLIARDI : UNDER THE WEATHER
Nov 17, 2018 - Mar 3, 2019
The first solo exhibition in a UK institution of the work of Switzerland born and Zurich based artist Louisa Gagliardi.
 
Gagliardi’s work pulls apart the construction of an image, and of our society, in a digital age while appearing to explore the codes and history of painting. Her works pose questions around ideas of figure and ground, flatness and depth. Working digitally initially – using a freehand digital illustration tool – her pieces are later seemingly translated into paintings.
 
Presenting both new and existing works, this exhibition places a spotlight on the defining factors of Gagliardi’s practice, which has also turned to the location of the gallery for inspiration. In various ways, the works explore the urban environment and the countryside, and the conflict that can arise between the two.
 
This exhibition has been made possible thanks to generous support of Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia and the assistance of Rodolphe Janssen, Brussels.
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