The manipulation of light is Amy Majed’s primary aesthetic – artificial and natural light meet in an amalgamation of forms, shadows and geometries.
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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The tight patterns throughout London-based Brendon Marczan's work reinforce a sense of community in fractured times.
Cher Pruys is a painter specialising in capturing the everyday through hyperrealism; each piece is skilfully created with great attention to detail.
Graphic designer and photographer Chiu Li Ying believes in using the camera and editing software in the same way a painter uses paints and brushes.
Throughout her environmentally-minded career Christel Sobke has explored the natural world through painting, photography, sculpture and digital imagery.
Clare Thatcher is a fine artist; painting and drawing is at the heart of her practice, in which she explores landscapes of personal resonance.
American artist Emily Irvin's recent project, Reverberate, collages performative material explorations into objects that suggest a room.
Erik Paul is a California-based sign maker, graphic designer, painter, sculptor and engineer; the combined technical and creative aspects of printmaking are a particular passion.
Evgenia Pervak is a Kiev-based fine art photographer. Inspired by impressionism, she creates works reminiscent of oil-on-canvas paintings.
Flor Troconis' extensive travels fuel a curiosity and appetite for abstract experimentation with contrasting geometric colour and form.
Gunilla Daga is painter based in Stockholm who produces artworks which, in John Austin’s words, “are connected to each other."
Hannah Mills is a UK-based visual artist whose practice is largely a personal reflection of herself; experimentation has expanded her portfolio.
Jonathan Alibone is an artist whose practice articulates contemporary anxieties through the conventions of the landscape and romantic traditions in western art.
UK-based JR CHUO is a paper cut and spray paint artist. His latest piece, Rappongi Reef, will be exhibited at the Tokyo International Art Fair, 8-9 October.
Karan Kapoor is an award-winning Indo-British photographer whose background in reportage informs his commercial and fine art images.
Karl Weiming Lu's Origin series, and expresses an intuition about the origin of universe, nature and life through his bold and fluent brush strokes.
Kathryn Sawbridge's work explores various local landscapes and scenes, in which she strips them back to their basic colour palettes without the distraction of everyday details.
Kunal Kohli is an award-winning photographer based in New York. For the series Absolution he notes: "It is about our strength to move on from our past and what we don’t know about our future."
Toronto-based multimedia artist Margie Kelk takes an exploratory and experimental approach in her practice.
Marie Marchandise is a photographer and art director. The amalgamation of materials, mediums and processes enables her to dig deeper into the meaning of what she creates.
Pippa King is a UK-based painter and poet. She is a colourist and her thematic works express a passion for the North Norfolk landscape and coastline.
Qianwen Yu harnesses traditional and contemporary techniques to explore new possibilities within the moving-image arena.
Stockholm-based Rebecka Hoffmann is a graduate of Beckmans College of Design. In her work, she asks: "How do we design the man of the future?"
Sculpture is at the heart of Rudo Bolcar's practice, in which he explores the relationship between traditional and modern structures.
Sander Steins' new series Going Global will premiere at The Other Art Fair, Global Virtual Edition, 8-29 November.
South Korean artist Sijong Kim holds an MA from the Royal College of Art. He uses his art practice to question ways of seeing, and…
For the award-winning Tokyo Crossing, multidisciplinary artist Sven Pfrommer explored movement in the city by applying a multiple exposure technique.
Tatiana Lvovna Makarova is a Doctor of Arts, Professor at Kosygin University in Moscow. She is also a costume designer, graphic designer and artist.