Exhibition – Imagining History: Wales in Fiction and Fact / Dychmygu Hanes: Cymru mewn Ffuglen a Ffaith25/10/2021
The paintings, installations, photographs, sculptures, stories, and films on display, chosen from the USW Artworks Museum Collection, as well as works on loan from other collections, artists, or writers, are all to a greater or lesser degree unreliable. They reveal the ‘fictioning’ process we employ either to reflect or reset national and personal identities in the attempt to have our histories told and retold.
The exhibition includes work by Susan Adams, Iwan Bala, Judith Beecher, Elizabeth Bridge, Jack Crabtree, Morag Colquhoun, Ivor Davies, Ken Elias, Geraint Evans, Tom Goddard, Rachel Jones, Naomi Leake, Kate Milsom, Paul Reas, Andre Stitt, Daniel Trevidy, Dawn Woolley and others. For more information: https://gallery.southwales.ac.uk/next-exhibition/
Open each weekday from Monday 1 November to Friday 17 December 2021.
The opening event for this exhibition is on Friday 12 November 6.30 – 8.30. Places are limited to comply with Covid safety regulations – please book via the separate Eventbrite link if you wish to attend: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/opening-event-for-imagining-history-exhibition-at-oriel-y-bont-tickets-192347906767?aff=erelexpmlt
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