Artes Mundi 10, Presenting Partner: Bagri Foundation, will prove a watershed moment for Artes Mundi as they simultaneously celebrate the legacies of the past twenty years working with some of the most exceptional artistic voices of recent times, while looking ahead to the next twenty years.
To mark this 20th anniversary, the AM10 exhibition will for the first time be presented across Wales at five nationwide venues, National Museum Cardiff and Chapter in Cardiff; Glynn Vivian Art Gallery in Swansea, Oriel Davies Gallery in Newtown and Mostyn in Llandudno, providing even greater opportunities for national and international audiences to experience the show. The AM10 exhibition will comprise significant solo presentations of new and existing work of seven of the world’s most important international contemporary artists.
Credit: Artes Mundi 10 shortlisted artists. Top row from left to right: Rushdi Anwar, Naomi Rincón Gallardo, Mounira Al Solh, Carolina Caycedo; Bottom row from left to right: Taloi Havini, Alia Farid, Nguyễn Trinh Thi.
The shortlisted artists for Artes Mundi 10
Rushdi Anwar (Born Kurdistan. Lives and works between Thailand and Australia) exhibiting at The National Museum Cardiff.
Carolina Caycedo (Born UK to Colombian parents. Lives and works in USA) exhibiting at Oriel Davies Gallery and Chapter.
Alia Farid (Born Kuwait. Lives and works between Kuwait City and Puerto Rico) exhibiting at The National Museum Cardiff.
Naomi Rincón Gallardo (Born USA. Lives and works in Mexico) exhibiting at Chapter.
Taloi Havini (Born Bougainville (Nakas/ Hakö tribe. Lives and works in Australia) exhibiting at Mostyn and Chapter.
Nguyễn Trinh Thi (Born and continues to live and work in Vietnam) exhibiting at Glynn Vivian Art Gallery and Chapter.
Mounira Al Solh (Born Lebanon. Lives and works in Lebanon and The Netherlands) exhibiting at The National Museum Cardiff.
You can find out more about the artists, and their work, via the Artes Mundi 10 website.