Art 100

You Decide!

This is your opportunity to choose which artworks you would like to see displayed at National Museum Cardiff , and in galleries around Wales.

We have made a wide selection of 100 from across the tens of thousands of artworks from the Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales collections for you to browse. From neolithic stone carving, to the most recent contemporary art, the selection reflects the rich diversity and experience of life in Wales.

Go to @celfarycyd on Instagram to vote for your favourites using the Like button. We will be adding new artworks every day. The most liked artworks will be exhibited at National Museum Cardiff.

Tell us what you think.

Don’t forget to comment, and tell us what you think of the artworks. Why you think they should be on display, or why you think they shouldn’t.

If you Like it, we will tell you more about it.

Museum curators will respond to entries receiving the most likes and questions by adding stories and insights into the art and artists that you are interested in.

As part of our Celf ar y Cyd season of projects, Art 100 will reach out to galleries and audiences across Wales and tour the works of art that you choose, to venues around the country.

Watch this space for more news…

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Eira Wen / Snow White Berni Searle Heddiw rydyn ni'n nodi dechrau mis Hanes Pobl Dduon gyda'r gwaith arbennig hwn gan Berni Searle. Mae ffotograffau a delweddau symudol pwerus Berni Searle yn ymdrin â pherthynas y cymdeithasol a'r gwleidyddol â'r corff, gan dynnu ar ei magwraeth yn Ne Affrica o dan drefn Apartheid. Yn y gosodwaith dwy sgrîn hwn gwelwn yr artist o onglau gwahanol wrth i flawd gwyn a dŵr gael eu harllwys dros ei chroen, cyn iddi eu dylino yn does. Nid oes dehongliad syml i'r gwaith hwn, ond mae'n fyfyriad telynegol ar hil, yr hunan, a llafur y fenyw. Berni Searle (1964 -) Eira Wen 2001 2 x tafluniad DVD Rhodd gan Ymddiriedolaeth Derek Williams © Berni Searle ? © Artes Mundi / Amgueddfa Cymru ? gan Jim Wild --- Today we note the start of Black History Month with this great artwork by Berni Searle. Searle’s powerful photographic and moving image works explore how the social and political transmit to the body, particularly in relation to her upbringing in Apartheid-era South Africa. This two-screen installation shows the artist from different angles as white flour and water cascade onto her skin, then kneading the flour and water into dough. Snow White defies linear interpretation and is a poetic meditation on race, the self and feminine labour. Berni Searle (1964 -) Snow White 2001 2 x DVD projections Given by The Derek Williams Trust © Berni Searle ? © Artes Mundi / Amgueddfa Cymru ? by Jim Wild #BerniSearle #DelweddSymudol #ArtesMundi #BerniSearle #MovingImage #DerekWilliamsTrust @bernisearle @derekwilliamstrust @museumwales @celfcymruarts

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