Surreal Presentation

Fine Art. Surrealism. Fantasy. These are the pillars of Kate Theo’s practice, featuring graphic yellow suns, black crescent moons and folded curtains.

Archive and Montage

Suzanne Moxhay’s photography is reminiscent of empty sets, uniting the exterior and the interior, drawing from collected material and ambiguity.

Focusing on the Detail

Eugenia Falqui breaks away from TripAdvisor- worthy compositions of Bangkok, shooting the surreal and often humorous sides of the city.

Searching for Intimacy

Ismail Zaidy’s alluring compositions play with proximity and distance, featuring siblings as symbols of both connection and estrangement.

Altering the Blueprint

Today’s architects aren’t just designing buildings. They’re working across multiple disciplines to tackle ecological responsibility and social justice.

Modes of Representation

The 2020 NGV Triennial explores portraiture
as a vehicle for expressing both personal and global identities across continents and cultures.


5 Online Photography Shows

This selection of digital shows provides respite and inspiration: embracing home, exploring our relationship with nature and reflecting inwards.

Illumination Through Design

The first electric light was invented in the early 1800s. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, surveys more than a century of innovative lighting solutions.

Memory and Transformation

Chila Kumari Singh Burman is celebrated internationally for her radical feminist practice. The artist has transformed Tate Britain’s facade.

10 Quotes About Creativity

Be inspired by global artists and photographers. Read powerful statements from Ai Weiwei, Kara Walker, Georgia O’Keeffe, Alexander Calder and more.

Aesthetica Art Prize: 5 Painters

Be inspired by these artists from the Aesthetica Art Prize. Discover a range of approaches to the time-honoured medium, from realism to abstraction.

Bold Ambiguity

Torbjørn Rødland is a Norwegian photographer making surreal, psychologically charged images. The works update art history for today’s audience.

Blurring the Lines

Ming Smith was the first female African-American photographer to have her work acquired by New York’s MoMA. A new book surveys her oeuvre.

Subverting Language

For almost half a century, the US-born text artist Barbara Kruger has been reworking the languages of advertising and consumer culture.

Image as Transformation

The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, presents a full career retrospective of Dawoud Bey – spanning a larger portfolio of work from the 1970s to 2010s.

Turning Inwards

Viktoria Sorochinki’s series of self-portraits, INsideOUTside, were shot entirely during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Atmospheric Landscapes

Scottish photographer Iain Stewart first became known as a portraitist and documenter of social realities. He now turns a lens to the natural world.

Aesthetica Art Prize:
5 Photographers

Be inspired by these five lens-based artists from the Aesthetica Art Prize. Discover a range of powerful portraits, scenarios and still lifes.

Photography in the Age of Sharing

A new exhibition asks: how has social media allowed artists to explore issues of identity, society, politics and the definition of art itself?

Planetary Themes

Sarah Sze is a sculptor and multi-media artist whose mesmerising works explore the influence of technology on human perception and memory.

Capturing the Street

Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland, celebrates seven decades of street photography, with images that turn the urban landscape into a giant canvas.

Aesthetica Art Prize: 5 Sculptures

Sculpture is evolving. It holds up a mirror to our increasingly digital world. 5 artists from the Aesthetica Art Prize demonstrate innovation in 3D.

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