Agathe Bouton is a French artist based in Philadelphia. Her boundary-pushing printmaking and paper works feature a unique colour palette that appears in different halftones, shades and densities.
Aesthetica Artists' Directory: Current Artists' Profiles
The Aesthetica Artists’ Directory is a global network of artists engaging with the professional art world. In print, on our website and in social media we have created a forum for discussion and interactivity where artists, galleries, collectors, critics, curators and enthusiasts can meet and discover art from around the world.
A moving, curated platform of those shaping the industry today, each Directory runs concurrently in our bi-monthly magazine, including print and combined digital profiles that offer a gateway to boundary-pushing practices and innovative modes of thought.
Below is a selection from the current issue; to view the artist’s full profile, click their name.
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Alex Ewerth holds degrees from Chelsea College of Arts and Central Saint Martins. Her practice includes painting, sculpture and installation; she is strongly influenced by unconventional materials.
Anastasiou Designs is a Cardiff-based atelier set up by Clio Anastasiou. She explores new ways of using wood through contemporary, handmade homeware products.
Antonia Thompson is an expressive landscape painter based in Brighton. She is influenced by weather extremes and memories of being immersed in nature.
Penzance-based Ben Reader is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice includes paintings, prints, books as well as the invention and design of board games.
Brendon Marczan is a painter and illustrator based in London. Many of his artworks feature a tipi symbol – a nod to the traditional dwellings of some Indigenous Canadians and Native Americans.
Cho, Hui-Chen has a Taiwanese background and ancestral lineages to Japan, China and the Netherlands; the intersections of multiculturalism are central to her art practice.
Cinzia Campolese is an award-winning Montréal-based artist. Her practice uses installations and experiences to question concepts of perception and awareness of space.
American Dave Hull is a multiplane photographer whose work is a union of creative and technical challenges: his photographic process can take up to 50 hours to produce an image.
Dereck Stafford Mangus is a visual artist and writer based in Baltimore. His work is informed by the urban landscape, which he views as a massive work of art composed of complex, moving parts.
Eliska Kovacikova is a Slovakian visual artist based in Stockholm, who explores space analysis in drawing, printmaking, painting and installation.
Inspired by the seemingly infinite possibilities of the internet, Fabian Mosele imbues irony within animation, music and machine learning. This is aptly illustrated in his current work Smart You.
Feixue Mei is an artist and assistant professor at Northwest Missouri State University. Her work explores social media, cultural manipulation, language adaptation and identity formation.
New York-based artist Hannah Witner holds a BFA from Parsons School of Design. Her prolific work spans from psychological oil paintings to whimsical drawings and commercial design.
Jeannie Driver is a UK-based artist focusing on themes of perception. Her multidisciplinary practice incorporates drawing, sculpture, installation and film.
Cologne-based photographer Lina Czerny examines contemporary feminist issues, using photography to provide a personal perspective. Her latest series is Paradox of Womanhood.
Lydia Harris is a painter and designer whose art practice is imbued with an eco-conscious approach. Her Lyds Get Upz clothing line features items repurposed as a canvas for her paintings.
In his colourful works, Marius Seidlitz addresses the complexity and contradictions of the self, asking: what is beauty? Is there perfection?
Michai Morin’s digital pieces play with the viewer’s perception of reality, offering a door to another dimension of the artist’s creation.
Oenone Hammersley draws upon experience in theatre design to present an array of visual stimuli; she will exhibit her water paintings at the London Art Biennale, 30 June - 4 July.
Minneapolis-based Owen Brown has participated in exhibitions throughout the USA. The artist's paintings are known for their luminosity, colour range and ebullient geometries.
Peter Horridg is a renowned graphic artist and calligrapher who has moved into painting and limited-edition prints; the works are intuitive abstracts, colourist in approach and form.
Qianwen Yu harnesses traditional and contemporary techniques, combining them with 20th century modernism in weaving, animation, sound and architecture, to explore new possibilities within the moving-image arena.
Rebecca Jonas is a New York-based fine art photographer. She specialises in black and white compositions, finding beauty in the broken and the remarkable within the ordinary.
Japanese artist Ryuhei Matsuo lives and works in Sapporo. His paintings are an examination of the human condition – from portraiture to rooms filled with intriguing characters.
Sherry Trainor is an American artist based in Zurich. Originally working in non-functional clay sculpture, she began to explore new avenues during lockdown.The resulting expressions are acrylic on canvas paintings.
Takashi Seki is a Japanese artist who works as a prop designer and tailor. Principles from portraiture are combined with anatomical drawing techniques to create clothing, patterns and illustrations.
Tsai-Ling Tseng is an award-winning Taiwanese artist with a studio practice between Taipei and Brooklyn. Her paintings are a fever dream of colour and curiosity.
Victoria Wareham is an Australia-based artist. She works across video, print and installation to explore the screen as an unstable, spectral entity that exists between the image, the object and the viewer.
Japanese artist Yuko Mizobuchi recently opened the BrainBrunnGALLERY in Tokyo – a space built around freedom of imagination. The current exhibition Brunn! is on view until 4 April.
Yuneya Nachmetdinova is originally from Kazakhstan and currently based in France. She specialises in fantasy as well as contemporary fashion illustrations. Books, postcards and prints and are at the heart of her design business.