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MOMA MACHYNLLETH

Y Tabernacl, Heol Penrallt, Machynlleth SY20 8AJ
01654 703 355

www.moma.machynlleth.org.uk
info@moma.machynlleth.org.uk

Mon-Sat 10-4

Machynlleth Station

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LLOYD JONES
Jan 18 - Feb 29, 2020
Foyer Gallery
 
Lloyd Jones almost died of the drink 18 years ago. This exhibition is a record of his own era in a rapidly changing world. Lloyd is a quirky but otherwise unexceptional man with a camera, which is usually on the ‘idiot’ setting. He makes no attempt to be arty, but is interested in the human aesthetic as he perceives it. For him, the camera is a personal interrogation: what is he looking at, and why?

Click to enlargeJOHN ROGERS : 80
Jan 25 - Mar 2, 2020
Pulpit Room & Owen Owen Gallery
 
The exhibition comprises work from a 63-year period, including examples in various media, which develop into wild landscapes made in Pembrokeshire and eventually the western seaboard from Africa to Iceland.

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MOSTYN

12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno LL30 1AB
01492 879 201

www.mostyn.org
post@mostyn.org

Tue-Sun 10.30-5

Llandudno



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NOBUKO TSUCHIYA : 30 WAYS TO GO TO THE MOON
Nov 9, 2019 - Mar 1, 2020
This new body of work by Japanese artist Nobuko Tsuchiya is showing for the first time in Wales.
 
Working primarily with sculpture, Tsuchiya’s practice uses a wide range of materials, often including household objects, collected over time, which she assembles and casts to create amorphous, hybrid minimalist mechanical objects.
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CHIARA CAMONI
Nov 9, 2019 - Mar 1, 2020
Featuring new and recent works, the exhibition, About this and that. The self and the other. Like everything. includes a collaborative site specific work created for MOSTYN.
 
Working primarily across drawing, sculpture and installation, Camoni creates spaces imbued with poetic sensibility. Her work is the result of a process which she calls ‘deviations’ where materials are sourced through chance encounters and individuals or ‘various authors’ close to her. Through this process, Camoni claims that ‘meaning is shared, it’s a small miracle. It’s her and their way of resisting – the fear, the passage of time, the news of the day’.
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Click to enlargeANJ SMITH
Nov 9, 2019 - Mar 1, 2020
Working primarily with painting, Anj Smith is interested in reflecting on the very possibilities and limitations of the medium itself.
 
Her work excavates often-overlooked art histories, which she combines with her lived experiences, to form the layers of her work. Exploring the very edges of representation, Smith's ’s intricately rendered paintings explore issues of identity, eroticism, mortality and fragility. Within her remarkably detailed works, wildly feral landscapes, ambiguous figures, textiles, and rare and exotic flora and fauna are used, weaving archaic traditions and contemporary signs together into a personal cosmology. Her paintings are rich in detail, colour and texture, collapsing strict definitions of portraiture, landscape and still-life whilst allowing elements of each to coexist.
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D.ALUN EVANS : PLACE OVER TIME
Feb 1 - May 17, 2020
Originally from Pembrokeshire and resident in North Cheshire overlooking the Mersey estuary. The built-up landscape of Wales and the Northwest of England is the focus of Alun’s creative work which include collagraphs, monotypes, screen prints, linocuts as well as drawing and painting in a range of media.

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