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Enduring Nature

To coincide with the reopening of a show at Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Don McCullin presents a special online exhibition of platinum prints.

Cinematic Influence

Using the beach towns of East Coast New Jersey as his backdrop, Dana Yurcisin explores themes of loneliness throughout empty neighbourhoods.

Materialising Colour

What dictates the colour of the designed world? Who chooses the colours of a building, a sofa, or a pair of shoes? A new book answers these questions.

5 UK Gallery Reopenings

Museums in London and across the UK are announcing plans to reopen to the public after a period of prolonged closure. Discover five shows.

Deconstructed Façades

Mariyan Atanasov transforms Sofia’s buildings into Tetris-like constructions – removing, editing and rearranging sections of buildings in pale skylines.

Aesthetica Archives:
Documentary Photography

Discover image-makers expanding upon the definition of documentary through architectural images, portraits and conceptual visual projects.

Creative Expansion

Now is the time to get creative, learn and connect with arts and culture. Hereford College of Arts is launching new MA courses and an online show.

Into the Imaginary

Rachel Louise Brown is Photo Director at Harper’s Bazaar and a photographer who observes the world as a stage, exploring unfamiliar places.

A Dystopian Vision

Eric Ogden is is a Michigan-born photographer and director. His latest series, Collapse, was shot across Brooklyn during lockdown.

Reframing Isolation

Informality Gallery launches an artist spotlight for Tamara Dean. The online selection provides “an antidote” – drawing energy from nature.

5 Artist Interviews
to Watch Online

Aesthetica collates five videos to watch and YouTube channels to browse – offering insights direct from some of the world’s leading creatives.

A Sense of Place

Bristol Photo Festival’s inaugural edition creates a space to reconsider social and historical landscapes in the city and around the world.

From the Golden Age

Renata Dutrée’s images reference the light and symbolism of the Golden Age, exploring concealment through spilt objects or falling petals.

Aesthetica Archives:
Environmental Art and Design

The Anthropocene is a new geological age defined by humanity’s impact. Aesthetica highlights artists asking questions about the climate crisis.

High Contrast

Malick Kebe is a photographer and curator putting Abidjan on the creative map through bold, high-contrast images filled with energy.

Coming Together

Portrait of Humanity returns with a second compelling volume of images, comprising 200 intimate stories from across the world.

5 Gallery Reopenings

Global museums and galleries are beginning to reopen – with reduced hours and safety measures in place. Discover five institutions launching shows.

Navigate Art Basel Online

The fair launches its online viewing rooms, with a programme of talks, film screenings and sculpture garden tours. View our Top 5 Recommendations.

5 to Read: Books for Summer

From whimsical portraiture to anthropological studies, these new books meaningfully explore themes of sustainability, identity and beauty.

Focused Examination

Steffen Tuck’s minimalist perspectives “reduce the visual noise” of urban topographies. She offers sections of landscapes, splicing colour and form.

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