The Cardiff Contemporary festival, with its broad theme of ‘communication’, continues throughout Wales’ capital city until 19 November. Pippa Koszerek picks out some works for a closer look.
Cardiff Contemporary - a-n The Artists Information Company
As part of Cardiff Contemporary this year me and Natalie Ramus were asked by CSAD to participate in ‘Cardiff’s Contemporaries’ where current and past students are exhibiting work at Morgan’s Arcade. On Saturday RAMUS|EVANS Collaborative which was formed in September […]
Venue:Between 7 and 8 High Street, Cardiff
From:October 20, 2016
To:November 19, 2016
Following the success of a campaign against cuts to the city’s arts budget, the biennial Cardiff festival returns with a 31-day programme of exhibitions and events.
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Good things are happening in Cardiff’s visual arts scene, with an energy and momentum that can be seen in the current Cardiff Contemporary festival. But, argues former Artes Mundi director Ben Borthwick, there is much that needs to be done if the biennial event – and Wales’ contemporary art scene generally – is to really fulfil its potential.
Cardiff Contemporary festival continues for five weeks across the city, inviting visitors to explore and discover the Welsh capital through a series of installations and exhibitions. Rory Duckhouse reports from the opening weekend.
Cardiff Contemporary brings together a range of special commissions, exhibitions and residencies across the city for a five-week festival of the visual arts.