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21 April - 9 September 2017

UNIT(e) occupies our whole gallery space for the summer this year, building a temporary studio community that can foster and support artists at any career stage. It is a project in it's fourth year and continues to grow in importance for the artscene in Wales.

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1 April 2017
BayArt Gallery
31 March – 28 April 2017
Terry Setch is an important and influential figure in the Welsh art scene, creating much of his work, since the 1980s, in the BayArt / Butetown artists studios building.
1 April 2017
Chapter Gallery
18.03.17 - 11.06.17
Rebecca Ackroyd, David Austen, Johann Arens, Anna Barham, Marie-Michelle Deschamps, Foundation Press, Anneke Kampman, Joanna Piotrowska and Devlin Shea
Curated by George Vasey
1 April 2017
Diffusion: Cardiff International Festival of Photography, Ffotogallery’s biennial city-wide celebration of world class photography and contemporary art, returns 1-31 May 2017.

UNIT(e) Artist/Curator Talk

12 August
Next up in our Artist/Curator talks season as part of UNIT(e) summer school we have Artist Tom Dale in conversation with Curator Ben Borthwick.
Tom Dale is an artist who uses sculpture and moving images. He explores ideas around the preposterous and absurd, to make explicit the inherent contradictions of the grand gestures of culture and society.
Ben Borthwick is the director of Plymouth Art Centre, and has previously held curatorial postions at Artes Mundi and Tate.

It Was Never Going To Be Straightforward

It Was Never Going To Be Straightforward is a compendium of the first 13 years of the g39 project. We've just realised that g39 will be 20 in 2018, so we need to start working on the next book soon! This one charts a rambling route through g39’s history from the first exhibition that opened on 3 July 1998 to the last that closed on 2 July 2011. It marks the years that the project was based in Wyndham Arcade in a very different Cardiff city centre. Drawing its inspiration from the Art and Society series published in the 1970s by The Welsh Arts Council, the book gives an insight into some of the things that drive g39 – our ethos, our influences and our ambitions.

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