Future Exhibitions

John Rogers

80

25 January to 02 March 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.



Mary Lace

Still Life: The Touchstone of the Painter

25 January to 29 February 2020
Bridge Gallery

In a landscape or portrait the subject already exists; the still life is created by the painter. Its style is governed by cultural precedence and preference; its content from choices made, perhaps half a life time ago. Serendipity, too, plays a vital part. Consequently still life paintings are utterly unique and endlessly diverse. In Edouard Manet’s words: ‘they are the touchstone of the painter’.



Tabernacle Collection

Monochrome

25 January to 29 February 2020
Tannery Gallery

For the first time, The Tabernacle’s rich and varied collection of drawings, etchings, lithographs, monoprints and wood engravings are displayed together.



Invited Sculptors

25 January to 29 February 2020
Sculpture Space

In collaboration with Culture Colony, we present specially invited guest sculptors.



David Woodford R.C.A

Being There

07 March to 09 May 2020
Ruralist Room

David Woodford paints and draws the elemental landscape, mainly in Snowdonia. For 50 years this has served as his focus, apprehended in all weathers and seasons.



Christopher Mike

From Dawn to Dusk

07 March to 09 May 2020
Foyer Gallery

A body of work largely inspired by the land and seascapes of Mid Wales.



Refuge and Renewal

Migration and British Art

14 March to 06 June 2020
Pulpit Room, Owen Owen Gallery, Bridge & Tannery

This exhibition looks at how artist refugees have affected art in Britain. With a focus on émigrés from Nazi Europe and some of the British artists they influenced, it also looks back to the Franco-Prussian War and the First World War and forward to present-day artists from the Middle East.
Loans from major public and private collections make this one of MOMA’s most ambitious ever exhibitions. Artists include Camille and Lucien Pissarro, W. R. Sickert, Valerius de Saedeleer, Naum Gabo, Kurt Schwitters, Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Peter Lanyon, Josef Herman, Heinz Koppel, Josef Koudelka, Samira Kitman and Mona Hatoum.
In collaboration with the Royal West of England Academy, curated by Peter Wakelin. Supported by The Richard and Ann Mayou Fund.
An accompanying book is published by Sansom.



Daniel Trivedy

Welsh Emergency Blanket

14 March to 06 June 2020
Sculpture Space

Running concurrently to the Refuge and Renewal exhibition, Daniel Trivedy’s Welsh Emergency Blanket is an ongoing series of work that responds to the proposal for Wales to become the first Nation of Sanctuary, bringing two visual elements and their associations together. The first element draws on the distinctive pattern of Welsh blankets, the second is the gold emergency blanket commonly seen in documentary photography, relating to refugee camps.