“Even if I had the means, I would still shoot on iPhone.” Malick Kebe is one of Abidjan’s rising talents, with a strong understanding of colour.
Images with Intent
Evan Sheehan’s work is at once spontaneous and choreographed – calling upon eye-popping primary colours and dynamic environments.
Barcelona-based Salva López loves architecture. His images provide a personal take on recognisable buildings, published by gestalten.
Beazley Designs of the Year’s groundbreaking projects show how architects are approaches the world’s major social and environmental issues.
Laying the Foundations
Gulnara Samoilova is determined to spotlight women photographers, from IG to the gallery, and now, with a groundbreaking publication.
Aesthetica Art Prize:
Light is fundamental to art. Discover the trailblazing contemporary artists who are working to create luminous, radiant installations.
Outside the Box
Rippling tennis courts. Bright red rooms. Portals into open, cloud-filled skies. Artist and designer Akama Paul pushes the boundaries of reality.
Highways at Dusk
Endless roads, street lights and motel signs. Take a deep dive into our archives and discover image-makers capturing life on the road.
Sense of Belonging
New York-based photographer Stacy Mehrfar’s new book reflects upon the loss of roots and search for belonging in the wake of immigration.
La Prairie, the Swiss skincare brand, continues its commitment to the arts world with a collaboration between Nobuhiro Nakanishi and Max Richter.
“We give creatives the chance to have their art pieces made wearable.” SCAFOS translates photographs and paintings into unique garments.
In the Present Moment
Lindy Lee creates energetic and transformative artworks. She flings molten bronze, burns paper and allows rain to transform surfaces.
Reflection and Resilience
In the wake of last year, global photography award Portrait of Humanity returns with a vast and moving exploration of what it means to be human.
Not Vital is driven by exploration. The artist presents minimalism at its most surreal and intriguing, drawing inspiration from across the globe.
5 to See: Women Artists Online
In this round-up, Aesthetica marks 50 years since Linda Nochlin’s seminal work, ‘Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?’, was published.
Visual Inspiration: Art as Fragments
Ruins and traces of the ancient world have fascinated artists for centuries. Discover contemporary names exploring history and decay.
A Moment of Reflection
“If we come together, we can create a kinder world.” Max Richter and Yulia Mahr premiere a meditative video about regeneration and change.
Black Contemporary Art Online
Aesthetica teams up with ISE-DA – a trailblazing platform promoting Black visual arts culture – to highlight the 10 digital resources to explore now.
Aesthetica Archives: Set Design
In 1992, French anthropologist Marc Augé explored the idea of anonymous “Non-Places.” Today, artists are constructing their own worlds.
10 to See: LGBTQ+ History Month
This February, discover must-see online shows, publications and videos – featuring powerful and inspiring artwork from across the globe.
Lights in the Sky
Maria Lax’s otherworldly images of Northern Finland are full of intrigue, pulling viewers in to a world of myth, rumour and speculation.