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.

The Better Self

FOLD is pleased to present The Better Self a solo show by Márton Nemes, his first with the gallery.

Life is like big wave surfing, in the middle of the deep ocean, waiting for the right wave to catch. However it is not that easy to catch the right wave and stay on top of it.

50/50 | Royal College of Art MA Painting Graduates 2020

Kenneth Winterschladen, (Richard) Pui Ching Yeung, Ellie Dragone,
Filippos Georgiou, Ed Compson, Beth Horner, Alexis Lee, Garrett Pruter, Haiyu Yuan, Hong Ming Siu, Jukka Virkkunen, Leon Pozniakow, Lingrui Zhang, M. Jacinta Silva Armstrong, Nicole Coson, Pao-Leng Kung,

Natalia Dias: Between Realms

Magwyd Natalia Dias ym Mhortiwgal lle’r oedd y tu mewn i eglwysi yn ymdebygu i oriel gelf. Mae’r ffurfiau, y lliwiau, yr emosiynau a’r symboliaeth wastad wedi bod yn ddylanwad sylfaenol. Fel delweddau cyn-Raffaelaidd a llawer o fytholeg Geltaidd a Groegaidd, mae cerfluniau clasurol Natalia yn canolbwyntio ar y ffigwr benywaidd ynghyd â natur. Mae hi’n edrych ar y fenyw fel rhyfelwr, ffigwr sy’n cyfleu pŵer a hyder, sy’n addasu i amgylchedd sydd bob amser mewn cyflwr o lanw a thrai, ac yn trawsnewid rhwng dynoliaeth, planhigion a bwystfilod.

Tom Frost: All Calm on the Surface

Join us for Saturday morning coffee and pastries with Tom Frost to open our new exhibition: All Calm on the Surface
Tom Frost is a Carmarthenshire based printmaker and artist. This solo show will feature a range of brand-new screen prints, 3D artworks and much more. With Tom’s influences ranging from folk art, old toys, vintage children’s books, architecture and nature, he hopes to produce objects that people will cherish for many years to come.

Night School | Dominic Beattie & Neil Zakiewicz

FOLD is pleased to present NIGHT SCHOOL a two-person show by Dominic Beattie and Neil Zakiewicz.

Dominic Beattie and Neil Zakiewicz's work typifies a contemporary re-skilling of art practitioners with their shared interest in light industrial practices, such as woodworking and ceramics. Painting is included, but through using mass production methods of block printing and industrial coatings. They have a passion for making generally, regardless of whether the finished products function as sculpture or furniture, abstract painting or decoration.

Unus Multorum - the Possibilities of a House

4th to 19th April, 2020
11:00 – 17:00 every day

Creatives and makers, inventors and artists will once again descend upon Plas Bodfa, an empty manor house on the Isle of Anglesey in Wales. In our second, house-wide, radically multi-disciplinary exhibition you can explore 69 different creative projects and installations and savour 30+ pop-up performances. 

Wander through more than 35 rooms filled with works from musicians and metal detectors, painters and printmakers, spinners and sculptors, photographers and printmakers, carvers, poets, historians and explorers.

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