From 29 August Hauser & Wirth brings an exhibition of new work by Martin Creed to its gallery in Zürich. Featuring works made in wood, plastic, neon, wool, canvas and carpet tiles, the show highlights the artist’s innovative approach to a broad range of materials and his ongoing fascination with the commonplace. For Creed, there is no border between life and art. His approach means that he can use any form of expression or media, since the key element for him is the process of creation.
Martin Creed, Hauser & Wirth, Zürich
Versions of the Real World
New works by the influential artist Isa Genzken challenge the dominant norms of gender and scale within sculpture in a new show at Hauser & Wirth, London.
Tate: Art Online
As Tate’s galleries are currently shut, Aesthetica highlights five online collections to enjoy and explore from your home.