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Aesthetica Alumni:
Alexandra Carr

We caught up with Alexandra Carr, one half of Torus Torus Studios, to learn more about their new sculpture commission at Science Museum, London.

Contrasting Forms

Olivia Broome gathers over 150 shots of Brutalist buildings overwhelmed by thriving plant life, from captivating installations to ivy-clad structures.

A Green Sanctuary

Claire Luxton invites viewers to enjoy a moment of relaxation and reflection with her breath-taking ‘Field of Dreams’ installation that takes over Battersea Power Station this summer.

Forms of Wonder:
Sculptures from the Art Prize

Serene monuments. Figurative works. Innovative shapes. We’re bringing you 10 sculptors from our Art Prize known for their evocative and dynamic pieces.

Reviving Waste

Sabrina Ratté’s ‘Inflorescences’ breathe new life into discarded electronic devices by presenting them as organic creatures in this mesmerising installation.

Sculpture in Limbo

Do sculptures dream? This is the question posed by Scottish Turner Prize-winning artist Martin Boyce in his latest exhibition at Fruitmarket Edinburgh.

Presence in Absence

Universal themes of life, death and memory lie at the heart of Chiharu Shiota’s exhibition at Fundació Antoni Tàpies, titled ‘Everyone, a Universe.’

Bold Illuminations:
5 Light Art Exhibitions

Here are shows from around the world led by artists interested in the effect of light, perception and space, from Luisa Baldhuber to James Turrell.

Outdoor Art:
Installations for the Season

From Antony Gormley’s new installation at Houghton Hall to Steve Messam at Lowther Castle, we outline outdoor exhibitions to check out.

The Future of Energy

Vitra Design Museum’s show looks towards the future and asks: how can design contribute to an increase in the use of renewable energy sources?

Falling Figures

We speak to Aesthetica Art Prize artist Brigitte Amarger about her shortlisted work, ‘La Chute,’ a sculpture made of discarded X-ray records.

Exhibition Review:
Restless Sculpture in London

Play and sensory joy are just part of When Forms Come Alive. The show is, at its core, a journey through the story of 20th century sculpture.

Worlds Collide:
5 Multidisciplinary Exhibitions

To celebrate the power of multidisciplinary practices, we’ve compiled a list of exhibitions that embrace the fluidity between different forms of creativity.

Imagining New Worlds

‘New Worlds: Women to Watch 2024’ brings together 28 artists who reimagine the past, present alternate realities and advocate for a better future.

Pause to Reflect:
5 Artists to Know

Reflective surfaces – from glass to mirrors – are a motif and material that have long been used by artists. These five artists continue the tradition.

In Conversation:
Yinka Shonibare & Hans Ulrich Obrist

Yinka Shonibare returns to London for his first public solo exhibition in over 20 years. Learn more about his journey, practice and hopes for the future in this interview.

The Bodies of Today:
Whitney Biennial 2024

The longest-running survey of contemporary art in the United States returns with a line up that includes filmmaker Isaac Julien and singer Holland Andrews.

Landscape and Identity:
Malta’s 2024 Art Biennale

This spring, Malta shows its first contemporary art biennale with a line up that includes Adama Delphine Fawundu, Cecilia Vicuña and Laura Besançon.

Playful Forms

Gerwald Rockenschaub presents his eighth solo show at Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, with an installation that prioritises colour and shape.

Interstates of Becoming

In 2023, Gareth Phillips was shortlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize for his sculptural photobook. We catch up with the artist on his newest show.

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