Cymru yn Fenis Wales in Venice is commissioned and managed by the Arts Council of Wales and Wales Arts International with support and collaboration from Welsh Government and British Council.
The exhibition is curated by MOSTYN and Oriel Davies.
Bedwyr Williams is represented by Ceri Hand Gallery.
MOSTYN is the leading contemporary art gallery in Wales and receives financial support from the Arts Council of Wales, Conwy County Borough Council Art Services and Llandudno Town Council. Its recent new build and refurbishment has won many plaudits. It is key partner of Plus Tate network of the twenty most dynamic contemporary art galleries in the UK. MOSTYN programmes have recently included a show of David Nash exploring for the first time the role of colour in his work. New Director Alfredo Cramerotti recently curated Manifesta 8, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art, Region of Murcia, Spain and All That Fits: The Aesthetic of Journalism. http://www.mostyn.org/
Oriel Davies is a key contemporary art gallery of Wales and the principal visual arts venue for the mid-Wales and the Welsh Borders region. From this highly rural setting the gallery presents world-class, thought-provoking and challenging art by national and international artists. Oriel Davies is supported by the Arts Council of Wales and Powys County Council. http://www.orieldavies.org/
Ceri Hand Gallery is a commercial contemporary art gallery established in Liverpool in 2008, which recently relocated to London. The Gallery represents a selection of the best emerging and mid-career artists, with a special focus on conceptual and performance art, producing and exhibiting major new works on and offsite. http://www.cerihand.co.uk/
Alongside the core Arts Council funds, the exhibition could not have been realised without the sponsorship, support and collaboration of:
Zabludowicz Collection, Penderyn, Castle Fine Arts Foundry, Arts Council of Wales, Welsh Government, British Council, Wales Arts International, Mostyn, Oriel Davies, Ceri Hand)