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Coming of Age

Eric Asamoah’s analogue pictures are about growing up. They tell of journeys into adulthood, depicting raw and delicate experiences of youth in Ghana.

5 to Know:
Helsinki Biennial

Helsinki Biennial returns this year with 30 artists and collectives from Finland and around the world, exploring the title ‘New Directions May Emerge’.

2023 Listening Pitch:
Winners Announced

Aesthetica Film Festival and Audible have teamed up for The Listening Pitch 2023. We announce the two winning projects, ‘Banana’ and ‘Old Lesbians.’

Pictures from Porto’s Biennial

Acts of Empathy is the theme of the third edition of the Bienal Fotografia do Porto, a photo festival putting sustainability and connectivity centre stage.

Architecture with Purpose

Paris’ Centre Pompidou is hosting the biggest retrospective  of Norman Foster’s work to date, introducing 130 high tech and sustainable designs.

Continuous Reinvention

The works of renowned sculptor Helaine Blumenfeld OBE energise landscapes throughout the world – each piece seems weightless as she strives to communicate a spiritual dimension. Blumenfeld divides her working life between Italy and the UK. She has been the subject of many monographs and films.

10 Pavilions To See:
London Design Biennale

This year, designers were asked “to create an alternative geopolitical landscape driven not by competition nor conflict, but rather cooperation.”

New Creatives:
Top Graduate Shows 2023

You saw them here first. This summer, we survey the exciting talent coming out of leading UK art schools. This is the place to discover the next big thing.

Confronting Plastic Pollution

For the past decade Mandy Barker has engaged in conversations about ocean waste, creating stark images of discarded plastic found on global shores.

The Role of Capitalism

Isaac Julien’s film ‘Playtime’ poses the question: “how can financial capital be visualised?” whilst exploring the intersections of class, gender and race.

Wendy Red Star:
A Scratch on Earth

Columbus Museum of Art exhibits Wendy Red Star’s latest show, examining the roots of feminism and the ways Native peoples have been represented.

5 Must See UK Shows this Season

We have selected five exhibitions that are opening this Spring that we think you should see. Engage with new ideas and a whole world of possibilities.

Pride Month:
Art to Discover

Here are exhibitions and events to note in the UK, Europe and US, from photography shows and collection tours to day-long festivals and talks.

The Importance of Water

Ian Berry’s black-and-white monograph Water documents “man’s neglect and greedy usage of the natural resources of our planet”.

Photography Shows for the Summer

Summer is almost here and what better way to celebrate than with a dose of dynamic and vibrant art. This selection showcases the very best.

Sensory Technology

Thin Air is a gargantuan, walk-through immersive art experience that highlights potential future directions for multidisciplinary art.

Glacial Topography

Half of the world’s glaciers will vanish by 2100. Artist Julian Charrière “gives the dark side of the polar region a new voice” in compelling installations.

Visual Revolution

Ori Gersht is known for destroying painstakingly recreated versions of classical paintings, responding to time periods of technological revolution.

History & Ecology:
The June / July Issue

In order to fully understand the past and present, it is important to look at some of the key turning points in the history of humanity. Preview the new issue here.

Dynamic Expression

Photographer Djeneba Aduayom turns to the layered and contrasting emotions within people and their complex relationship to landscape.

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