Angharad Williams: Picture the Others

Picture the Others is the first institutional solo exhibition by Welsh artist and writer Angharad Williams. This new commission will consist of a large-scale installation presented across MOSTYN’s gallery spaces and will include film, painting, sculpture, and text.

Power, control, and violence underpin Williams’ work and are brought into tension with a sense of mundanity, intimacy and humour. These complex semiotic threads seek to reflect on the relationship between the individual and wider societal structures.





Tarek Lakhrissi: My Immortal

My Immortal is Tarek Lakhrissi's first solo exhibition in a UK institution.

This new commission consists of existing and new work comprising film, sculpture and text presented as an installation across the gallery spaces. Rooted in poetry, Lakhrissi’s practice seeks to challenge contemporary constructs of language and narratives around minoritised communities. 


Oriel Myrddin Gallery Open 2021

To celebrate our 30th year, Oriel Myrddin Gallery would like to invite you to submit work to our OPEN Exhibition.

Open to anyone from Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, and Pembrokeshire, we aim to showcase a diverse range of work by local, established and emerging talent and encourage those who have never entered an Open before to get involved.

Handing in dates are Saturday 21 August and Sunday 22 August

Full submission guidelines are available via our website.



Charles Burton: Painting Still

For six decades Charles Burton has been one of the major figures of art in Wales. Born in 1929, he grew up amid the poverty of the pre-war Rhondda Valley. While still a student at Cardiff School of Art he became a central figure in the influential Rhondda Group and his work was purchased for public collections. He won the Gold Medal of the National Eisteddfod aged just 24. At the Royal College, Carel Weight described him as one of the most lively in a generation of painters that included Peter Blake, Leon Kossoff and Bridget Riley.


Social Fabric

Enam Gbewonyo, Nour Jaouda, Emily Moore, Desire Moheb Zandi

Curated with Alïn-Sitoe Diallo



1. VARIABLE NOUN- Fabric is cloth or other material produced by weaving together cotton, nylon, wool, silk, or other threads. Fabrics are used for making things such as clothes, curtains, and sheets.

2. SINGULAR NOUN- The fabric of a society or system is its basic structure, with all the customs and beliefs that make it work successfully.


Call for Submissions: My Online Bedroom - virtual exhibition

In collaboration with Queer Direct, and in response to Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings' exhibition In My Room, MOSTYN launches a call for submissions for inclusion in a virtual exhibition of visual artworks in response to the theme ‘My Online Bedroom’.

The relationship to private and public spaces has changed dramatically this past year due to lockdown restrictions, with many aspects of everyday life occurring within the privacy of bedrooms. We invite you to share any form of visual artwork that confronts ideas of privacy, personal identity and representation.


Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings: In My Room

Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings’ first solo institutional exhibition, In My Room, develops the artists’ inquiry into the politics, histories and aesthetics of queer spaces and culture. This inquiry builds on their travels across the UK whilst making ‘UK Gay Bar Directory (UKGBD)’ 2016, a moving image archive of gay bars in the UK made in response to the systematic closure of LGBTQA+ dedicated special spaces during this period. For Quinlan and Hastings, it became apparent through this research that the gay scene caters predominantly to white men.


Nick Hornby: Zygotes and Confessions

MOSTYN Open 21 ‘Audience Award’ winner Nick Hornby’s first UK solo exhibition comprises a new series of sculptures.


Richard Wathen: New Eyes Every Time

MOSTYN Open 21 'Exhibition Award' winner Richard Wathen’s solo exhibition comprises a new series of paintings.



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