Philippa Lawrence

Imaging Wales

Contemporary art in context

Imaging Wales 2003














Published by Seren and Wales Arts International, June 2003

Edited by Hugh Adams

Overview

Critic Hugh Adams provides an informative, historic and social context for the dynamic selection of artists and institutions that are profiled in this new publication. Imaging Wales gives a flavour of the diversity of visual arts practice explored by new and established artists. Installation, sculpture, photography, performance, painting, mixed media and video are among the artforms represented in the book. More than forty artists are featured and include David Nash, Shani Rhys James, André Stitt, Mary Lloyd Jones, Tim Davies, Sara Rees, Peter Finnemore, and Venice Biennale selected artists Cerith Wyn Evans and Paul Seawright.

Click on the page links opposite to view information on some of the artists featured in Imaging Wales...

ISBN 1-85411-349-6

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TIM DAVIES - MARY LLOYD JONES - REIKO AYOAGI - PATRICIA MACKINNON-DAY - SARA REES - SIMON MITCHELL - MARC REES - CERITH WYN EVANS - GLYN JONES - PAUL SEAWRIGHT - LOIS WILLIAMS - KIM FIELDING - HUW JONES - JOHN MEIRION MORRIS - DAVID GARNER - DAVID NASH - RICHARD COX - IWAN BALA - TERRY SETCH - RICHARD HARRIS - IVOR DAVIES - DAVID HASTIE - SUE WILLIAMS - ANDRÉ STITT - TIM LONG - SIMON FENOULHET - ANGHARAD PEARCE JONES - CRAIG WOOD - PETER FINNEMORE - CHRISTOPHER BROWN - DAVID CUSHWAY - KEN ELIAS - NEALE HOWELLS - PHILLIP NICOL - ANTHONY SHAPLAND - SHANI RHYS JAMES - CATRIN WEBSTER - ANDREW COOPER - BRENDAN BURNS - PHILIPPA LAWRENCE - KAREN INGHAM

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