Nhu Xuan Hua’s images move beyond fashion editorials, transforming the body into something less individualistic – and much more sculptural.
Anna Devís and Daniel Rueda’s images redefine the conventions of structural photography whilst tapping into the pillars of architectural tourism.
Neal Grundy’s Transient Sculptures series focuses on the concept of impermanence, depicting the beauty of fabric forms billowing in “mid-flight.”
Reuben Wu produces temporary geometries, or “aeroglyphs”, in remote locations. Glowing halos and lines are created with light-carrying drones.
Anastasia Samoylova searched through online image libraries with various buzz words: desert, glacier, tropic, storm, forest, waterfall, mountain.
A Sense of Kinship
Human touch, and all its wonder, pervade D’Angelo Lovell Williams’ photographs, showing the inherent, complicated beauty of intimate relationships.
Where Do Ideas Come From?
The October/November Issue
Sometimes we have that eureka moment ; we think about something in a completely new way. This issue foregrounds artists who play with form and subject.
The Korean Wave
A design and technology exhibition at V&A positions South Korea as “a leading cultural powerhouse in the era of social media and digital culture today.”
Artists and technologists Harry Yeff and Trung Bao generate dazzling gemstone artworks from influential human and endangered animal voices.
Interventions in the Landscape
A new, richly illustrated monograph paints the picture of Ugo Rondinone: an artist unafraid to push the boundaries of public art influenced by the land.
Beyond the Visible
To look at infrared photography is to look at the invisible world. The human eye can see wavelengths from 400nm – 720nm. Infrared sits beyond 720nm.
Trung Bao compares the image-making process to that of music, with the ultimate goal of evoking feelings that are often hard to put into words.
British Art Now
British Art Fair has acted as an annual launchpad for myriad household names over the past three decades – from post-war artists to the YBAs.
There is a sense of awe that comes with discovering art outside the confines of a gallery. This intake of breath is what Gestalten reproduces in their book.
A Painter’s Lens
Georgia O’Keeffe created over 2,000 paintings across the course of her career. Denver Art Museum takes a closer look at the artist’s photography.
5 Installations to See:
London Design Festival 2022
Over the last two decades, society has witnessed an array of landmark design moments. Here are five new innovations from LDF’s 20th anniversary edition.
Texture, Colour, Form
Scraps of paper, plants, canvases, salvaged objects. Photographic artist Anaïs Boileau is deeply intrigued by materials and the Mediterranean climate.
Designing with Optimism
Creativity is linked to positive mental and physical wellbeing. Yinka Illori enlivens urban spaces with public installations that ooze energy and happiness.
Niccolo Casas’ scenes are dystopian: the stuff of science fiction. Leaves emerge from marble windows – reminiscent of giant scales or holes in a wasp’s nest.
Inaccessible landscapes, sealed off zones and military exclusion areas; Gregor Sailer captures surreal architecture on the borders of civilisation.
A new Marina Abramović exhibition in Oxford promises to be the “most minimal and the most radical conceptually” she has ever made.
An exhibition illuminates the creative lineage of Black women ceramicists and artists from the last 70 years, celebrating their remarkable contributions.
A Species Between Worlds
A new exhibition in New York asks: how is our relationship with smartphones changing? In which spaces do we spend the most time – digital or real?