Collected Shadows: The Archive of Modern Conflict

This Exhibition of 200 photographs is drawn from the extensive collection of the archive of modern conflict.

Curated by AMC Director, Timothy Prus, Collected Shadows offers a glimpse into these extraordinary holdings. This eclectic display includes scientific, astronomical and botanical studies, studio sittings, portraits and private snapshots, press photographs, film stills and aerial photographs from several wars, as well as a rich and unpredictable array of works we would simply have to call art.

Opening Times:

Tues, Thu, Fri, Sat 11am-5pm

Polymorph Other

One Thursday evening at IMT Gallery, YOU will track down the villain! Travel the great spaceways of the Blue Mountain, enter the deep caverns of the Dice Cult, explore the socio-political undercurrents of an experimental World War II psychiatric rehabilitation camp! Your mission: to search for an answer to the ever-growing threat of the Present Continuum! 

Polymorph Other is a one-day-only exhibition of materials, records and activities inspired by, involving or about role-playing.

Opening & Panel Discussion: Crossed Paths | Miranda Whall

Crossed Paths | Miranda Whall | Saturday 21 April
*Launch event: Panel Discussion | 4 - 5.30pm
*Exhibition Opening | 6 - 8pm

Crossed Paths comprises three projects by Aberystwyth-based artist Miranda Whall, occurring between 2017 and 2021 in Wales, Scotland and France. These bring together film, performance and the body in motion, mountain and upland ecology: each project telling a story of a mountain from a different perspective.


The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation is delighted to announce the upcoming exhibition of work by the three artists shortlisted for the Daiwa Foundation Art Prize 2018: Kate Groobey, Keith Milow and Mark Neville. The artists will exhibit respective bodies of work at Daiwa Foundation Japan House from 8 June – 15 July 2018. One of the three shortlisted artists will be invited to exhibit at the Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan in Autumn 2018.



Daniel Baker, Shamus McPhee, Artur Conka, Billy Kerry 

PREVIEW 02/03/18

Shezad Dawood: Leviathan

Shezad Dawood's exhibition Leviathan is an episodic narrative around notions of borders, mental health and marine welfare issues of foremost concern, resonating profoundly with both coastal locations and contemporary life.

A ten-part film cycle that will unfold over the next three years, the work draws connections between human activity and marine ecology.
Three films have already been premiered in Venice, in conjunction with the 57th Art Biennale, with a fourth to be released in early September 2018.

Exhibition | Speakable Things | Freya Dooley | Litmus Commission (part 5)

Oriel Davies is delighted to announce Freya Dooley has been selected for Litmus (part 5), which takes the format of a commission. This marks the last project in the year-long Litmus programme.

Freya Dooley is a Cardiff based artist working with writing, moving image, sound and performance. Her work combines literary and pop culture references to create fragmented monologues, soundtracks and auto/biographical semi-fictions. She is interested in the voice as something in-between inside and outside, sound and language, thought and body.

Exhibition | A Sound Not Meant To Be Heard | Anthony Shapland

A Sound Not Meant To Be Heard by Cardiff-based artist Anthony Shapland explores how we understand sound and silence, speech and communication.

Mike Perry: Land/Sea

Mike Perry's exhibition 'Land/Sea' engages with significant and pressing environmental issues, in particular the tension between human activity and interventions in the natural environment, and the fragility of the planet's ecosystems.

This major new exhibition brings together recent bodies of work addressing how the natural biodiversity of landscapes and marine environments is undermined and made toxic by human neglect, agricultural mismanagement and the pursuit of short-term profit at the expense of long-term sustainability.


Join us for our free opening event with the opportunity to have your portrait painted by Ellie Young on January the 20th at 4 pm, or come get your 15 minute portrait painted by the artist on the 27th of January and 10th of February | Ymunwch â ni ar gyfer ein digwyddiad agoriadol di-dâl gyda’r cyfle i gael eich portread wedi ei baentio gan Ellie Young ar Ionawr 20 am 4yp, neu dewch i gael eich portread 15 munud wedi ei baentio gan yr arlunydd ar Ionawr 27 a 10 Chwefror.


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