Four billion people live in urban areas, a figure set only to increase. The only way forward is to welcome the environment into the blueprints.
Michael Oliver Love lives and works in Cape Town, South Africa. His style is centred on an interest in organic lines and fluidity in nature.
Kriss Munsya was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo and raised in Brussels. The Eraser series is a story of change and transformation.
The Story of Aesthetica
Aesthetica is one of the key voices for contemporary visual culture. Hear from one of the founders, Cherie Federico, about setting it up.
Seminal designs chart the evolution of international lighting as a catalyst for global technological, functional and artistic expression.
Responsive Image Making
Assembly is a fresh online art and photography platform engaging with some of the most important social and cultural issues of our time.
Space for Experimentation
‘Where Art Might Happen: The Early Years of CalArts’ offers a bountiful history of the school’s formative decade – from Fluxus to feminism.
The Story of Self Portraits
For Renaissance artists, the mirror was “a teacher.” Natalie Rudd looks at the story of self-portraiture, from early pioneers to contemporary work.
Efrem Zelony-Mindell discusses the allure and ever shifting status of black-and-white image making, upon the release of a new photobook.
Working with Nature
Swirls of pink and red. Green and yellow voids. Fragments of wood, fracturing and splintering. These are the works of Daniel Fuchs.
The Shape of Inspiration
“Barbara Hepworth is one of the most important artists of the 1900s, with a unique artistic vision that demands to be looked at in-depth.”
A Trailblazing Light Artist
Kunstpalast celebrates the 90th birthday of Heinz Mack – illuminating seminal environmental art and the artist’s innovative, revolutionary spirit.
Breaking the Mould
A major new touring exhibition promises to shed light on the hidden histories of women’s sculpture worldwide. Aesthetica speaks to the curator.
After half of Claudia Andujar’s family were killed in WWII, she dedicated five decades to raising awareness of the Yanomami people in Brazil.
In a 2018 interview with Royal Academy, Tacita Dean stated that she “didn’t care about the long run, caring only about now.” A new show opens.
New Queer Photography
“It would be possible to continue this journey forever.” Benjamin Wolbergs presents a multidimensional portrait of LGBTQIA+ culture.
10 Questions with Héloise Winstone
Find out more about our key speakers ahead of this year’s Future Now symposium. Héloise Winstone tells us about her role and favourite art.
More to the Picture
Portraits reveal truths about the human condition – how we present ourselves to the world. Dawoud Bey explores dialogues between sitter and subject.
5 Spring Photography Shows
Fotografiska New York launches a bold spring season, introducing a variety of contemporary and 20th century approaches to image-making.
5 Online Activities: Earth Day 2021
Never has it been more important to consider our relationship with the natural world. Aesthetica curates digital arts resources to explore from home.
Creativity is Essential
Camille Walala unveils a new project at the Design Museum. In collaboration with Bombay Sapphire, the bold, 1980s-inspired space champions new talent.