Anna Demel is a Vienna-based fine artist who has developed a particular technique to make abstract paintings three-dimensional.
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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Bai Liu is an artist, designer, illustrator and writer based in China whose multidisciplinary work is shown throughout the world.
BMJ creates abstract photography –the camera is his brush, the screens his canvas and anything visible through the camera’s lens akin to paint.
Lebanese-Mexican photographer Carlos Abraham is based in Puebla. His current focus is to highlight the beauty of the human body.
Korean artist Ceviga takes a unique and highly intimate approach to visualising perception, consciousness and spirit.
Paris-based photographer Emilie Möri reimagines a world in which perfect proportions brings her subjects' environments to life.
Emma Kalff is an American visual artist based in Colorado. A classically trained oil painter, she layers multiple scenes to create surreal collages.
Naples-based Francesco Capasso uses essential geometries, empty spaces, clean lines and soft colours to explore the essence of a place.
Multidisciplinary artist Grażyna Wikierska uses art to explore deep questions about the human condition, such as who we are and why we exist.
Gunilla Daga is a Stockholm-based painter whose work is drawn out of private emotions of universal experiences.
Hanne Margaretha Biedilæ is a Norwegian artist whose varied practice includes sculptures, objects, installations and paintings.
Kate Huang is based in Taiwan, where she explores human relationships by combining abstract concepts with external scenes.
UK-based photographer Katie Lavinia is inspired by personal experiences and queries, employing portraiture as a form of retaliation.
Inspired by darkness and self-loathing, Kyriacos Georghiou creates artworks with notes to abstraction, surrealism and symbolism.
“Why do we feel that we belong in some places and not in others?” asks Lise Johansson, an award-winning photographer based in Copenhagen.
Luigi FiloGrano is a multidisciplinary artist. His research-based practice explores contemporary issues, with a current focus on climate change.
Germany-born, London-based artist Manuel Ursprung specialises in limited-edition, three-dimensional reliefs in plaster of Paris.
Artist Marie Murphy explores hidden and unnoticed spaces and buildings within urban landscapes.
Melanie Schoeniger is a photo-based artist; her award-winning work will be exhibited at FotoNostrum, Barcelona from 13-30 October.
Miguel Thomé is an artist and film director based in São Paulo; his projects explore the body as an instrument to tell stories.
N.I STUDIOS is an art shop and studio in York founded by Mimi Cullen; she specialises in painting, drawings and photography.
Paul Martin is based in Dublin, where he has worked as one of the city’s top fashion photographers for over two decades.
Peep Ainsoo is an Estonia-based artist and designer; nature is the inspiration for his current series of digital graphic artworks.
Randa Saab is a British-Lebanese artist who experiments with forms, textures, colours, mediums and ideas to express a variety of symbolism.
Istanbul-born Senem Peace is a artist and photographer; her paintings feature colours and textures executed with dynamism and movement.
Stéphanie Poppe is a Belgium and France-based paper and embroidery artist influenced by her family’s background in the textile industry.
Tushita Singh celebrates the art of hand embroidery to ensure that the skills of this unique craft are upheld in a changing world.
Saint Kitts-based visual artist Vera specialises in hyperrealism, using confident brushstrokes to bring the minutest details to life on canvas.