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Abu Dhabi Art 2023

The 15th edition of the fair returns from the 22-26 November, spotlighting local and international talent across topics of gender, geography and sustainability.

Women Artists in Focus:
5 to See this Season

Aesthetica presents a list of international exhibitions this season that champion powerful works by women artists, shedding light on pressing issues of our times.

ING Discerning Eye
2023: Visual Surprises

The annual arts event champions UK creativity through an exhibition at London’s Mall Galleries. This year, it is showing 600 small shortlisted artworks.

Legacy and Memory

Thao Nguyen Phan retells and reimagines the past through striking multimedia pieces. Her work debuts in Italy at Pirelli Hangar Biococca.

5 to Check Out:
Paris+ par Art Basel

For the second year running, the fair returns in six locations across the French capital. We round up work by Tony Cragg, Urs Fischer and Zanele Muholi.

Creativity Across Africa

1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair presents captivating work from Prince Gyasi, Godelive Kasangati Kabena and Amine El Gotaibi.

Exploring Nature
with Marshmallow Laser Feast

Marshmallow Laser Feast is an experimental art collective, based in London. Their multi-sensory immersive works blend art and technology.

Installations and Sculptures:
5 Exhibitions to See

The following exhibitions display monumental sculptures as well as installations that stimulate our senses and evoke our spatial awareness.

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.

Discovery, Dreams and Structure with Not Vital and Alma Zevi

In line with his new monograph with Skira, we catch up with the artist and the book’s editor and author, Alma Zevi, for a discussion on form and sculpture.

Outdoor Exhibitions:
5 to See this Season

Outdoor art offers us something special, proving how inspiring sculpture can be when shown outside gallery walls. Here are five to visit this summer.

Atmospheric Memory:
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

This August, Powerhouse Museum presents a programme that features Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s climate, science and technology-focused installation.

Green Networks:
Rooted at Wakehurst

Kew Gardens celebrates the power of trees by showcasing an array of spectacular outdoor installations across its 535-acre Wakehurst site.

Space to Create

Rasheed Araeen’s latest installations build a sense of togetherness by engaging people in collective creative acts at the Tate Modern.

Nature’s Silhouettes:
Ana Mendieta

MO.CO. Panacee brings together over 100 works from one of the most influential Cuban-American performance and sculpture artists: Ana Mendieta.

Catching the Light:
In Conversation with Rana Begum

Rana Begum RA talks about her show at The Box, Plymouth, touching on collaboration, creative evolution and how to make a site-specific sculpture.

An Interconnected Cosmos

Yayoi Kusama’s boundless, thought-provoking and vibrant work is on display in a major retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao this summer.

AI and Datasets:
Feeding Consciousness

Halcyon Gallery moves into its new flagship site at 148 New Bond Street, Mayfair. They open with Dominic Harris’ exhibition ‘Digital Consciousness’.

5 to See:
Art Basel

The international art fair brings together 284 leading galleries from the 15-18 June, exhibiting artists such as Barbara Kruger, Cornelia Parker and Nancy Holt.

5 to Know:
Helsinki Biennial

Helsinki Biennial returns this year with 30 artists and collectives from Finland and around the world, exploring the title ‘New Directions May Emerge’.

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