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Yinka Shonibare in Swansea

The Glynn Vivian Art Gallery in Swansea is hosting Yinka Shonibare's work about conflict, empire and migration. 

100 years after the ending of World War One these themes are still relevant and the piece on display in the gallery is instantly recognisable as one of Shonibare's, bearing his signature use of wax print fabric to make social and historical comment. Head on to the Glynn Vivian if you can - details about how to find the gallery are here. 

These pictures have kindly been sent in by a reader for those of us who cannot make it down to Wales. Thank you, Mr H!