Exhibitions

A full exhibition list is followed by details of selected exhibitions organized into the different photoworks undertaken.

Full Exhibition List

Full Exhibition list showing dates and venues. Paul Cabuts' work has been exhibited at venues in the UK and beyond including the Australian Centre for Photography, Germany’s Treffpunkt Stuttgart and the UK’s Exposure Festival of Photography at Hereford. The Welsh dimension to Cabuts’ work has contributed to its growing visibility within Wales in exhibitions at a number of venues including Ffotogallery, the National Eisteddfod and the National Assembly for Wales. ...more

Poles

Poles was produced using a combination of film and digital large format cameras. Over one hundred poles were photographed and were presented as framed prints. ...more

Forest

Forest was produced using a 6cm x 17cm format camera and colour film. Over twenty five forest locations were photographed and a selection of two were presented as 53” x 18” flush mounted prints with keyline frames at the National Eisteddfod 2010. ...more

Transmissions

Tranmissions was produced using a 5” x 4” format camera and colour film. Over twenty television masts were photographed - a selection were presented as flush mounted prints on aluminium at 34" x 26" . For the >OVER exhibition they were presented as an installation using thee television monitors. ...more

Outlook

Outlook was produced using a 6cm x 17cm format camera and colour film. Over twenty sections of road were photographed and a selection of six were presented as 48” x 17” flush mounted prints on aluminium. ...more

Powerlines

Powerlines was produced using a 5” x 4” format camera and colour film. Over eighty electricity poles were photographed and were presented as framed contact prints in sequences of eight images. For the Exposure Festival, three 50” x 36” framed prints were also displayed. The project featured in the 2005 BBC Wales television series Valleys. ...more

Monuments to Coal / Portrait of a Tip

Monuments to Coal and Portrait of a Tip were produced using a 5” x 4” format camera and colour film. For the exhibition at the Australian Centre for Photography, 12 images from each project were presented as framed contact prints. ...more