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Nature Reimagined

American biologist and author Edward O. Wilson popularised the term “biophilia” when he used it describe his theory that, as humans have evolved as a…

Aesthetica Alumni:
Alexandra Carr

We caught up with Alexandra Carr, one half of Torus Torus Studios, to learn more about their new sculpture commission at Science Museum, London.

Belfast Photo Festival:
Alisa Martynova

Documentary photographer Alisa Martynova is the winner of this year’s Belfast Photo Festival Editorial Award with the powerful series ‘Nowhere Near.’

Capturing Complexities

After the End of History: British Working Class Photography 1989 – 2024 is the latest offering from Hayward Gallery’s touring series. It is an evocative…

Extraordinary Phenomena

Albertina opens a major retrospective devoted to Gregory Crewdson’s impressive 30-year career spent crafting cinematic, story-infused scenes.

Digital Creativity from
The Aesthetica Art Prize

In this roundup, we highlight five artists who embrace emerging technologies as they probe the realms of data, robotics, as well as the climate crisis.

Precious Collections

‘Fragile Beauty’ showcases the private archive of Sir Elton John and David Furnish, which includes over 300 prints spanning from the 1950s to the present.

Interrogating the World: Deutsche Börse 2024

The prestigious award marks its 20th anniversary with an affecting show, drawing attention to inequity and violence through multidisciplinary work.

Aesthetica Alumni:
Meet Edgar Martins

Sony World Photography Award Winner and Aesthetica Art Prize alumnus Edgar Martins shares insights into his poignant new photography series.

Reflecting Lenses

Pioneers of early Indigenous photography are acknowledged at The Gorman Museum – as is the emergence of a distinct Native point of view.

Artist Interview:
Joanne Coates

We interviewed visual artist Joanne Coates, winner of 2024’s Baltic Vasseur Arts Award, to learn more about her new show – ‘Middle of Somewhere.’

Surrealist Visions

We review Viviane Sassen’s latest monograph, that combines documentary, fine art, surrealism and photography as released by Prestel Publishing.

Contrasting Forms

Olivia Broome gathers over 150 shots of Brutalist buildings overwhelmed by thriving plant life, from captivating installations to ivy-clad structures.

Shows to See:
The Beauty of Collaboration

We are celebrating the art of collaboration by bringing you five international exhibitions that highlight the power of joining creative forces.

Profound Reverberations

This years edition of RAY Triennial of Photography includes lens-based artist from across the globe who reflect on the making and breaking of identity.

A Green Sanctuary

Claire Luxton invites viewers to enjoy a moment of relaxation and reflection with her breath-taking ‘Field of Dreams’ installation that takes over Battersea Power Station this summer.

This Season’s Biggest
UK Photography Shows

From Zanele Muholi’s powerful portraits at Tate to Franki Raffles’ documentary works at Baltic Centre, we highlight where to get your photography fix.

In Black & White:
The Power of the Monochrome Image

We highlight five key exhibitions that highlight how contemporary photographers continue to explore the beauty and power of black and white images.

Self Reflection:
Henriette Sabroe Ebbesen

Submerged tulips. Distorted bodies. Underwater fruits. These are the visual motifs of Henriette Sabroe Ebbesen’s latest monograph with Disko Bay.

Environmental Introspection

Svante Gullichsen, Joanne Vestey and Alnis Stakl explore the links between humanity and nature at Albumen Gallery, as part of Photo London 2024.

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