Women in Art Fair:
A New Platform

The inaugural edition of Women in Art Fair opens in London. It is dedicated to redressing years of gender imbalance across the arts and creative industries.

Reflecting a Community

MUAC presents a retrospective dedicated to Claudia Andujar and Davi Kopenawa’s fight against rights violations faced by the Yanomami.

Emerging Belgian Photography

Returning for its 11th edition, .tiff 2023 celebrates new artists who help us understand each other and the social structures around us.

Quiet Moment

Laura Stevens crafts quiet, filmic portraits and landscapes that ripple with emotions. There’s a palpable sense of an intimate story unfolding.

Objects in Focus

Justin Bettman’s colourful and retro still life images feature nostalgic Polaroid cameras, analogue alarm clocks and walkie talkies.

Seasons of Change

Simon Norfolk follows Afghanistan’s central highlands across the four seasons, watching summertime bleed into autumn and winter.

Surreal Expression

Feathers, leaves, balloons, paper cranes and butterflies. Fares Micue returns to Aesthetica with her joyous, inspiring self-portrait series.

Free to Improvise

For French photographer Anne-Laure Étienne, taking pictures is as much about shooting as it is about freedom, movement and performance.

Storm on the Horizon

Elsa Bleda turns her gaze skywards, picturing lightning as it strikes tumultuous clouds. The images are made at midnight in South Africa.

Transforming Ideas: The October / November Issue

What’s an idea and where does it come from? The October / November issue of Aesthetica is a love letter to ideation.

On the Basis of Love

Twelve artists at MoCP share the ways they experience powerful emotions, as they journey through poignant and affecting relationships.

Armet Francis:
Reimagining The Black Triangle

The Autograph exhibition brings together works, from the Jamaican-British artist’s four-decade long career, focusing on the Black British experience.

Femme Noire:
Highlighting Nuance

“Naked woman, Black woman // Clothed with your colour which is life, with // your form which is beauty.” These lines have inspired Seattle Art Museum’s show.

Lasting Devastation

Documentary photographer Eddo Hartmann explores the Semipalatinsk Test Site, the largest nuclear research area in Kazakhstan.

Sunday Special:
Carlos Idun-Tawiah

Inspired by Ghana’s rich photographic archives, the artist’s series at Galerie Huit Arles focuses on themes of community, family, hope, love and kinship.

Markers of Industry

Andreas Gursky’s eye for the “industrial aesthetic” has taken him to humanmade structures that dominate landscapes everywhere.

Revelatory Performances

The Royal Academy of Arts presents a major UK survey of the internationally acclaimed Marina Abramović, celebrating 50 years of pioneering art.

5 Projects to Know:
London Design Festival

Each year, LDF provides a global platform for the city’s creative community to share their ideas and connect with audiences from around the world.

Empathetic Portraits

Snezhana von Büdingen-Dyba’s series of portraits invites us into the world of Sofie, a teenager with Down’s syndrome growing up in Eilenstedt, Germany.

Reframing Reality:
The World of Anne Zahalka

The artist prompts viewers to contemplate on themes such as the ecological impact of the ongoing climate crisis in MAPh’s latest exhibition.