Galleries - January 2015

Gallery II: changing exhibition by our Gallery Artists. Through January. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–5 t 029 2064 1411 ANGLESEY e TEGFRYN GALLERY Cadnant Road, Menai Bridge, Anglesey, Wales LL59 5EW Meirion Ginsberg: New Paintings. Jan 9–Feb 8. Gallery II: changing exhibition by our Gallery Artists. Through January. Mon–Sat 10–5, Sun 11–4.30 t 01248 715128 f UCHELDRE CENTRE Millbank, Holyhead, Anglesey LL65 1TE Emma Knowles: Portraits Old and New. Until Jan 11. Disability Arts Cymru: Selection of work from across Wales until Mar 8. Beautiful grounds, walled garden, café, films, events. Mon–Sat 10–5, Sun 2–5, admn free. Re-opensNew Year Jan 5. t 01407 763361 16 GALLERIES JANUARY 2015 MAP 5 UK WALES & BORDERS & CARDIFF CITY CENTRE CARDIFF a THE ALBANY GALLERY 74b Albany Road, Cardiff CF24 3RS Bill Swann. Jan 8–31. TheColour of India: glass sculptures and wall hangings. Mon–Sat 10–5, Sun & BHols11–4 t 029 2048 7158 b THE FRAME SHOP 17 Pontcanna Street, Cardiff CF11 9HQ In conjunction with Harbour Lights Gallery, Pembrokeshire, we will now be selling a selection of Limited Edition Prints by John Knapp Fisher, Kyffin Williams, Ceri Auckland Davies, William Selwyn, and many more established artists. A greater selection of Original work available at Harbour Lights Gallery in Porthgain and the website. Open 6 daysa week t 01348 831549 c gallery/ten First floor 23 Windsor Place, Cardiff CF10 3BY d MARTIN TINNEY GALLERY 18 St Andrew’s Crescent, Cardiff CF10 3DD Gwilym Prichard ‘Works on Paper’. Jan 15–Feb 14. Plus TAFF C H A R L E S S T C H U R C H I L L W T H E H A Y W Y E V E R N E R D W O O D V I L L E RO A D M U S K I N S T S A L I S B U R Y R D B L D d e N A N T E S K I N G S W A Y A D C A S T L E S T D U K E S T Q U E E N S T S T R E E T N E W P O R T R O A D A L B A N Y R O A D C I T Y R O A D W E S T G R O V E R I C H M O N D R O A D H I G H C O L U M R O A D N O R T H R O A D P A R K P L A C E CARDIFF a d c b Queen Street ABERYSTWYTH FISHGUARD HAVERFORDWEST TENBY BRECON ABERGAVENNY MACHYNLLETH PWLLHELI LLANGOLLEN WREXHAM CONWY PENARTH MONMOUTH LLANGEFNI TREGARON HAY-ON-WYE HOLYHEAD BANGOR CARDIGAN WALTERSTONE LLANFAES CARMARTHEN NEWTOWN NEWPORT SWANSEA g h NARBERTH f e j i k l m n CA RDIFF CHESTER LUDLOW HEREFORD CHEPSTOW RHYL ST DAVIDS LLANRWST PORTHGAIN SHREWSBURY DENBIGH KNIGHTON Hans Schwarz by Paul Upton. 112pp, 78 col. ill., Sansom & Co. hbk, £25 Accompanied by 48 archive photos – showing Hans Schwarz (1922-2003) as a Viennese child, a young refugee in England, a broodingly charged presence in his Greenwich studio – this abundantly illustrated, tersely written, richly informative book evokes both the man (dynamic, wry in humour but seldom smiling, dedicated to painting daily) and subtle expressionistic painter whose shuffling appearance ‘masked the sharpness of his eye, which was electric in finding valuable things’. The author asks whether early harrowing experiences (the death of his mother when he was 12, his father’s death in the Holocaust) madehim sympathisewith theoppressed and rebels against the status quo. His monumental portrait of trade union leaders in Trafalgar BOOK reviews