Fictional Immersion

Ideas of beauty, desire, femininity, intimacy and melancholy are central to the creation of Patricia Pettitt’s cinematic environments.

Beyond Ordinary

Senay Berhe finds beauty in the mundane, with works that emerge from an every day scenario – travelling to, or from, his home in Stockholm.

Led by Narrative

Photographer Jonas Hafner excels in crafting a truly palpable sense of mood, with every his portraits that evoke a different ambience, emotion or story.

Worlds Connected

Copenhagen Photo Festival 2024 unites a range of lens-based artists around a theme of entanglement, visualising how different forms of life interact.

Into Focus: The June/July Issue

Ideas and inspiration are the lifeblood of creativity, expanding the limits of human understanding. Meet the artists pushing boundaries in our new issue.

Truths Unearthed

Mackenzie Calle’s groundbreaking project combines documentary with storytelling to scrutinise LGBTQ+ representation at NASA.

Intake of Breath

A major new exhibition is dedicated to the act of breathing, revealing its political, environmental and spiritual significance via multimedia artwork.

Echoed Memories

Do Ho Suh faithfully recreates past homes using translucent fabrics, taking over entire rooms with works that ripple with nostalgia.

Ernest Cole: The Brutal Realities of Apartheid

The body of work Ernest Cole left behind serves as a haunting reminder of the injustices endured under apartheid, but also of resilience and humanity.

Highlights from
Amsterdam Art Week

There’s a lot to look forward to at Amsterdam Art Week 2024. That’s why we are bringing you the highlights from this year’s amazing programme.

The Legacy of Fashion

Saatchi Gallery tells the story of how fashion photography has become more than a commercial device, evolving into an art form of its own.

Aesthetica Alumni:
Meet Dirk Hardy

We caught up with Dirk Hardy to learn about his work, upcoming display at Photoville and career since being shortlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize.

Identity and Place

‘In the Now’ looks at notions of camerawork, gender and nationhood across Europe through the work of 47 leading women artists from 16 countries.

Belfast Photo Festival:
Alisa Martynova

Documentary photographer Alisa Martynova is the winner of this year’s Belfast Photo Festival Editorial Award with the powerful series ‘Nowhere Near.’

Capturing Complexities

‘After the End of History’ echoes the importance of intersectionality and shows the sheer breadth of what working-class experiences can look like.

Extraordinary Phenomena

Albertina opens a major retrospective devoted to Gregory Crewdson’s impressive 30-year career spent crafting cinematic, story-infused scenes.

Precious Collections

‘Fragile Beauty’ showcases the private archive of Sir Elton John and David Furnish, which includes over 300 prints spanning from the 1950s to the present.

Interrogating the World: Deutsche Börse 2024

The prestigious award marks its 20th anniversary with an affecting show, drawing attention to inequity and violence through multidisciplinary work.

Aesthetica Alumni:
Meet Edgar Martins

Sony World Photography Award Winner and Aesthetica Art Prize alumnus Edgar Martins shares insights into his poignant new photography series.

Reflecting Lenses

Pioneers of early Indigenous photography are acknowledged at The Gorman Museum – as is the emergence of a distinct Native point of view.