Multidisciplinary artist Ilaria Bocchicchio (IlAZ) – her work appears in Issue 81 – will be at the Paradiso Pure.Living artist residency as part of the Pure.Art project. From 20 until 27 February at Via Joch, 17, 39040, Alpe di Siusi (BZ), South Tyrol, Italy.
Sandra Cattaneo Adorno
Ole Gahms Henriksen
New York and Munich-based multidisciplinary artist Annina Roescheisen (her work appears in Issue 69 of Aesthetica) is presenting her solo exhibition Unsung Heroes at Speerstra Gallery, until 22 February. At 24 Rue Saint-Claude, 75003 Paris.
New York-based New Zealand artist Emily Hlaváč Green uses photography to document the esoteric beauty of everyday moments. Spanning portraiture and travel, her work intersects intimacy, nostalgia and imagination.
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.
For more information and queries about print or digital submission, please contact Katherine Smira at firstname.lastname@example.org
In Adriana Poterash's work, daily images of common objects and scenes of city life are altered and reassembled into a seamless world of unexpected unions.
Ana Fatia is a designer and art director based between Lisbon and Shanghai. She investigates and experiments with raw substances, challenging conventions with every artwork.
Andy Farr is an award-winning British artist. His works invite the viewer to "wonder what may have happened, is happening or what might come to pass."
Anthony Lamb takes a minimalist approach. This simplicity shifts the viewer’s perspective; the imagery is less about actual place and more about emotional state.
Dallas-based Brett Dyer's latest series combines figures with evocative colours and patterns, revealing the complexity of the human spirit.
Çağla Ulusoy's latest series explores the subject of fear controlling and dominating women's lives in society, and will be shown at Zonamaco, Mexico City.
Christian Nze's personal work from Behind my Mind is a "series of abstract posters that represent three of my everyday moods."
Brazilian-Dutch painter Claudia Pombo offers an adapted view of nature and human situations. Her creative expressions include mythology and landscapes.
Portuguese artist Cristina Troufa creates autobiographical paintings; as a form of self-questioning, the work explores her inner world.
Milan-based artist Debora Barnaba originally studied drawing and painting; she later embraced photography, which became her primary artistic expression.
Australia-based digital artist Diana Whiley is inspired by nature and its impact on the psyche – its influence on the creation of rituals and myths.
New York-based New Zealand artist Emily Hlaváč Green uses photography to document the esoteric beauty of everyday moments.
Geraldine McLoughlin's glass pieces play with natural forms and how they interconnect with one another – touching on environmental issues.
Giles Clarke is a photojournalist with Getty Images Reportage. His work focuses almost on capturing the human face of conflict issues throughout the world.
UK-based photographer Grace Rogers studies the relationship between organic and manmade environments.
Gritt Sanders seeks to create stories that seem to float in an imaginative universe. Painterly expression and symbolic features underline the fluid artworks.
Spanning a range of mixed media, Hannah Thomas’s practice is based around provoking palpable emotions and shifting states of being.
J. (Jie) Li's paintings are figurative and symbolic, delving into the varied elements of human nature through delicate brushstrokes.
London-based Jad Oakes explores the possibilities of photography and the moving image for sculptural installations, prints and photogravures.
Using plant dyes, traditional paper and natural scenery, Jaehee Yoo's practice draws upon materials and techniques from ancient South Korea.
Buenos Aires-born, London-based artist Jazmin Donaldson explores storytelling within painting. Key influences include the richly-textured world of fairy tales and myths.
Jean Davis is a figurative abstractionist painter who integrates subjects into undefined environments to express subconscious thoughts and feelings.
Jessie Woodward is interested in how vibrant and abstract compositions can evoke "visual energetic joy and pleasure" in the viewer.
Czech artist Jiří Kamenskich is interested in our relationship to the landscape. The Picking & Hunting series is his latest project, in which he examines lead ammunition used in fishing and shooting.
The foundation of Julijana Ravbar's work is in the balance of shape and line with colour and texture – an intuitive, visual diary of an interior language.
Through collage and mixed media, Karin Hay White's abstract compositions infer architectural spaces. The geometric shapes and lines are inspired by constructivism.
Kirstine Mengel is a Danish architectural photographer, specialising in creating space and capturing the lines of manmade structures.
Through bold, patterned contradictions, Kiyora's compositions express light and dark, movement and stillness – using paper as a plane of representation.
Ky Lewis is a London-based artist and photographer. Her practice focuses on cycles of life, death and decay using traditional and alternative processes.
Fascinated by daily encounters, photographer Laura Chen uses the camera as a tool to make sense of her surroundings and ponder contemporary issues.
Melba Juez-Perrone sees painting as a visual representation of the poetry inside us; each of her works is an expression of these emotions.
Ole Gahms Henriksen is a Danish artist who moved to Spain, influenced by the mountains in Andalusia, the local sunlight and the serenity of the Mediterranean.
Irish artist Orla O’Byrne's works deal with themes of impermanence, authenticity in art and the human compulsion to cling on to what we know.
Patricia Heuker of Hoek is a photographer influenced by humanity's intervention with the planet, as expressed in the Fragile series.
Abstract artist Paul Brown expresses a love of colour, line and layers through his varied practice.
Utilising a variety of materials, Belgium-based Ria Lins creates jewellery that responds to the ideas surrounding relationships and human contact.
Photographer Sandra Cattaneo Adorno explores the unique characteristics of Rio de Janeiro, combining elements of street photography with fine art.
Sheau Ming Song's work demonstrates the issues of two-dimensional representation and documents the visual possibilities of painting materials.
Shinya Itahana is a Japan-based photographer who considers the ties between architecture and urban spaces, as well as human beings and their lifestyles.
Sonia Bensouda holds an MA in Interior and Spatial Design from UAL. Having grown up in Morocco, she is deeply influenced by vibrant palettes and abstract geometry.
American photographic artist Susan Borowitz works primarily in conceptual staged narratives, focusing on themes that reflect the experience of women.
Sylvia Lockhart explores themes about our increasing detachment from nature. Zensets and Seascapes explore colour, movement and meditative stillness.
Germany-based artist Thomas Lust works primarily with oil-on-canvas painting, graphic arts and photography.
Using diverse media, Stockholm-based Ulrike Nordquist experiments in the realms of figurative and abstract art.
Inspired by city architecture, each image by Ulysses seeks to provoke the viewer with a rebellious attitude that balances passion and serenity.
India-based Viral Padiya's latest abstract series Fractal Art is a depiction of evolving technologies fragmented between frames.
Through a graphic approach and elaborately staged compositions, Wesley Dombrecht offers a different perspective on what we eat.
Yande Ren is a Chinese artist based in London. His numerous video works explore the development and symbolism of societies.
Hong Kong-based artist and art teacher YANN experiments with oil, acrylic, watercolour, pastel and charcoal to express an emotional depiction of the human body.
अ Anjali B Purkayastha creates visual narratives which are rich in a wide vocabulary of patterns; these are rooted in traditional Asian art forms.