A Digital Residence

Digital artist Andres Reisinger establishes a virtual winter haven – a place of respite and simplicity amidst the clutter of life online.

Unchanged Landscape

Białowieża Forest, on the border of Poland and Belarus, is the largest surviving remnant of a vast woodland that once stretched across Europe.

Ecofeminist Visuals

WaterAid collaborates with photographer and activist Poulomi Basu on a series exploring the impact of a lack of water on women and girls.

Technological Vanitas

Electronics have become the world’s fastest-growing waste stream. What becomes of old tech? Jeanette May explores this through still life.

Radical Possibilities

On 11 October 1928, Virginia Woolf’s Orlando was first published. Tilda Swinton curates a photography exhibition in response to the book.

Oceans of Possibility

By perforating, cropping, cutting and tearing, Canadian artist Amy Friend offers new visions of seascapes, with spellbinding results.

Journeys to Acceptance

Jessica Mitchell’s photobook is a part-fictional, part-biographical account of a woman coming to terms with her sexuality and sense of self.

America in Crisis

In 1969, a groundbreaking photographic initiative was conceived in the US. Its goal: to assess the state of the nation. What does it look like today?

Beyond the Window

From children to newlyweds, families to those living alone, photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten takes the temperature of a nation adapting to crisis.

2022 at a Glance: Design Exhibitions

The United Nations cite climate change as the defining crisis of our time. This year, designers and galleries are coming together to find ways to help.

Lights, Sounds, Air

The word “photosynthesis” translates as “a putting together of light.” Roosmarijn Pallandt’s COP26 sound sculpture delves into this phenomenon.

Fashion as Canvas

What happens when art and fashion collide? Arthena Maxx Lukmann’s creations rewrite the narrative of unwanted fast fashion garments.

Enduring Light

The Light and Space movement continues to offer absorbing and mind-expanding spectacles 50 years after its emergence from California.

Healing and Togetherness

British Art Show 9 is travelling across the UK, exploring themes of healing and reparative history through new works by contemporary artists.

Contemporary Photography:
What to See in 2022

2022 is set to be filled with exciting and thought-provoking exhibitions. This is our snapshot of what to look out for over the next six months.

Human Family

A new exhibition seeks to display Mary Ellen Mark’s significant contribution to the history of American documentary photography.

Art History Revisited

Here are six artists from the Aesthetica archives who draw on art history: destroying, reinventing and updating the records for 21st century audiences.

Life Between Islands

Tate Britain’s current exhibition spans Caribbean-British Art from the 1950s to today. It is the first display of its kind in a major national museum.

Beyond Categorisation

London Art Fair responds to themes of ecology, migration and political nationalism through the work of 14 contemporary British photographers.

Points of Departure

The ethics of representation have never been more important, or more closely scrutinised. Whose stories can we tell, how and why?