Each volume features provocative and timely essays by leading commentators on the visual arts in Wales. The first issue features writing on lens-based art including
photography, video and new media. There is also an overview by artist Iwan Bala.
A vibrant new addition to the visual arts debate, Re:Imaging Wales will become unmissable for anyone with an interest in contemporary art in Wales.
Hugh Adams has written and published extensively on the visual arts for over thirty years. Art critic for The Guardian, he was head of Critical and Theoretical Studies at Humberside University and first director of the Mostyn Art Gallery. At present he is chair of Cywaicth Cymru and a member of steering committees for the commissioning of art in the new buildings of the Welsh Assembly and Wales exhibition as the Venice Biennale.