New Definitions

New York’s Museum of Modern Art presents two photography exhibitions in tandem, exploring the diverse perspectives of women behind the lens.

Drenched in Colour

Wuthipol Ujathammarat’s vibrant abstract images present the buildings, floodlights, security cameras and fire escapes of Bangkok as never before.

Abstract Wonderland

Florian W. Mueller abstracts perceptions of the city, inspired by the intersecting lines and colours used by Expressionist painter Lyonel Feininger.

Distort and Reveal

Andrea Alkalay’s Landscape on Landscape series examines the radical act of observation through the poetic and political potential of photographs.

Studies in Botany

Anne Mason-Hoerter celebrates the vivid colour and unique details of plant specimens, from valerian roots and blue thistles to wild garlic.

Alternative Narratives of Empowerment

The notion of “seeing oneself” has become integral to Sharon Walters, a London-based artist whose work centres around celebrating Black women.

Chance Encounters

Bieke Depoorter’s images explore questions surrounding the authenticity of photography, blurring the boundaries of “artist” and “subject”.

Power Structures

Driven by research, Jasmina Cibic creates multimedia artworks that probe how nations have wielded “soft power” through cultural diplomacy.

Shaping the Future:
The June / July Issue

This issue captures the current zeitgeist, and is a reminder of how much the past forms part of the present. Dive into our preview of the new issue.

New Visionaries:
Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition 2022

This year, we invite you to engage with themes from our rapidly changing world. These 20 pieces – both individually and collectively – disrupt the status quo.

A Survey of Portraiture

The expansive new exhibition at National Gallery of Victoria, titled Who Are You, considers “portraiture in Australia across time and media.”

Enhancing the Museum

Virtual events have increased in popularity by an estimated 35% since 2020. Given this increased appetite for digital, how can AR transform museums?

Complex Landscape

Ingrid Pollard unpicks complex notions of British identity whilst examining the relationship between human bodies, geology and deep time.

Personal and Political

Artist and activist Poulomi Basu’s current exhibition discusses the need to speak up to create a world where women have true freedom and equal choice.

Engaging with the World

Cornelia Parker is best known for transforming everyday objects to address issues of violence, human rights and environmental disaster.

Visions of Utopia

Serena Dzenis’s pastel-toned images question the idea of making humans multiplanetary, transforming everyday structures into otherworldly scenes.

Staged Compositions

Andreas Mühe is one of Germany’s best-known artists, recognised for his explorations of sociological, historical and political themes.

Visualising the Impossible

Katie Paterson condenses subjects of vast scope and significance into singular artworks – navigating the the geological history of our planet.

Machine Dreaming

Refik Anadol is a pioneer in the aesthetics of machine intelligence, creating immersive data sculptures and paintings to make invisible information visible.

Ode to Community

“I love the way an image can escape its original tether and move through time to become something else.” Roy Mehta’s photographs are on view in London.