A Sense of Community

Michael Oliver Love’s images provide an outburst of colour, texture and energy, complementing and enhancing one another as a celebration of movement.

Surreal Locations

Through creative direction, set design and visual storytelling, Daphne Westland explores the boundaries between surrealism and the everyday.

The Role of Activism

What does it mean to be an activist? How can we use social media? In the age of Instagram, Houston Center for Photography considers visual identities.

Journey into Midnight

Liam Wong’s photographs are deeply influenced by the visual identities of video games, utilising vibrant colours, open landscapes and cyberpunk imagery.

Pairing and Accents

Romain Laprade captures rolling hills, angular buildings and languid portraits, underpinned by complementary colours and low passing light.

Organic Architecture

Design is systematic and methodical; it is creative and collaborative. Studio Gang considers the kinds of buildings we need for the near-future.


5 Questions with Hamiltons

Joshua White, Gallery Director at Hamiltons, discusses works from Don McCullin and collections from the British Film Institute.

Aesthetica Archives: Jimmy Marble

Jimmy Marble’s first camera was an iPhone 3 – it “helped me to get over my fears about photography.” Aesthetica surveys five years’ work.

Impact on the Market

Federica Beretta, Director at Opera Gallery London, discusses managing the gallery in a time of mass-closures and isolation.

Literary Prizes to Enter

Discover 10 literary prizes that are open for entries across poetry, short fiction and performance. Stay home and be inspired by words.

Aesthetica Archives: Olafur Eliasson

Olafur Eliasson experiments with installation, public projects, photography and film to explore perception and our relationship with the world.

5 to Read: This Month

Aesthetica selects five new books across photography, architecture and sculpture. Stay home and read about seminal names in visual art.

Empowering Voices

At a time when museums and galleries are closed, we must find new ways of connecting to the arts. One such example is Dior Talks – a new podcast.

Art Terms to Know

Aesthetica explores 10 art movements to know, looking at key artists across a range of genres – including installation, minimalism and video.

On the Horizon

Johannesburg-based photographer, Aart Verrips, has captured the attention of the South African fashion scene through a distinctive style.

Online Collections: Tate

As Tate’s galleries are currently shut, Aesthetica highlights five online collections to enjoy and explore from your home.

An Intimate Gaze

Santiago Perez explores the concept of relationships and the romantic gaze. False eyelashes point upwards from a dewy plane of skin.

Creative Writing Award: 10 Lines

Aesthetica brings together a collection of ten evocative lines from the Creative Writing Award, chosen to spark your creativity whilst at home.

Aesthetica Art Prize: 5 Photographs

Photography has never been so present in our lives. The Aesthetica Art Prize celebrates image-makers who are exploring today’s complex world.

Aesthetica Issue 94

The April / May edition is titled ‘Resilience.’ This issue is about ideas and innovation, standing together through cultural collaboration.

Influential Buildings to Know

Aesthetica selects ten exciting 20th century buildings from around the world – offering examples of shifting architectural movements.

Kasten: Experimental Forms

Whilst the show at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg is closed, Aesthetica speaks to Barbara Kasten about materiality, abstraction and creative perseverance.

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