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5 Spring Photography Shows

Fotografiska New York launches a bold spring season, introducing a variety of contemporary and 20th century approaches to image-making.

Living River

Dan Wood’s new photobook is a captivating, hyperreal portrait of a community and landscape in the throes of recovery from deindustrialisation.

The Story of Aesthetica:
Celebrating 100 Issues

Aesthetica Magazine commemorates the milestone of 100 issues with a dedicated day of innovative masterclasses at Future Now 2021.

Democratising the Market

State of the Art Marketplace aims to encourages creativity by building a thriving, inclusive arts space online. The founder speaks to Aesthetica.

Spanning the Climate Crisis

The ocean is vast, covering 72 per cent of the Earth’s surface. Kadir van Lohuizen’s photographs examine the consequences of rising sea levels.

10 Questions with Eva Vonk

Ahead of this year’s event, we ask ‘Tales of Us’ Co-founder Eva Vonk 10 questions about the pandemic’s impact on her creative outlook.

Refracted Bodies

“I wanted to be in a place where art and life come together.” Mona Kuhn speaks about reinventing the nude, tapping into the role of nature in work.

10 Questions with Touria El Glaoui

Ahead of this year’s Future Now Symposium, 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair’s Director Touria El Glaoui reflects on her role.

Future Now 2021:
Photography Masterclasses

95 million photos are uploaded to Instagram every day. Future Now industry masterclasses explore the changing world of images.

10 Questions with Sarah Allen

Ahead of this year’s event, we ask 10 questions to Sarah Allen – Assistant Curator of International Art at Tate Modern.

A Sense of Nostalgia

Lauren Tepfer’s photographs reflect on being a teenager living in suburbia: a place of endless nights, warm summers and, often, mystery.

10 Questions with Karin Rehn-Kaufmann

Leica Galleries’ Karin Rehn-Kaufmann answers 10 questions ahead of Future Now 2021 – exploring the pandemic’s impact on her role.

Meaning in Emptiness

Photographer Tomoko Yoneda has spent the last few decades travelling to locations across the world which are saturated with cultural memory.

Revolution in Bloom

It’s hard to think of a symbol more prevalent in cultural history than a flower. This theme runs through The Earth Issue’s latest online exhibition.

The Power of Storytelling

“A great artwork tells a story, makes a statement or can make you think. It can move you.” UP & COMING ART is a new digital gallery championing new voices.

Manifesting Desires

Themes of destiny, vision and aspiration run throughout Oye Diran’s portraits and still lifes, fusing pops of colour with detailed motifs.

5 Must-Attend Photography Events

French inventor Nicéphore Niépce took the first photo in 1827. Today, they are everywhere. What makes a great image? Learn more at Future Now.

Aesthetica Archives:
Images for Spring

Get inspired with dreamlike visuals. 10 photographers capture optimistic shots of sun-drenched fields, lakes and oceans.

Headline Speakers:
Future Now 2021

This year’s outstanding lineup of headline speakers includes Turner Prize nominees, Magnum Photographers and Silver Lion winners.

Obscure Portraiture

Alma Haser’s puzzle-piece portraits negotiate the boundaries between the real and the manufactured; they are intriguing and unsettling.

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