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Through the Window

For many Magnum photographers, windows play with a sense of freedom and the boundary lines between public and private; outside and inside.

Neon Topographies

Maria Lax is a London-based photographer from a small town in Northern Finland. She is known for seamlessly blending reality and fantasy.

Subverting Expectations

Photographer Sunil Gupta tackles some of the important themes of our time, including racial equality, body politics and LGBTQ+ rights.

Aesthetica Archives:
Picturing the Moon

This week, NASA announced the discovery of water on the moon. Delve into the Aesthetica archives to highlight artists inspired by lunar imagery.

Unexpected Symmetry

For 20 years, Wes Anderson has established an immediately recognisable style. A new book of photographs is inspired by his imaginary worlds.

Concrete Platforms

Minh T.’s images are a reflection of serenity and hybridity, as well as isolation and loneliness in a network of concrete as it merges with the sky.

Between Reality and Fiction

Chris Zhongtian Yuan is the recipient of Aesthetica’s Emerging Art Prize. In conversation, he explores the winning film with Manijeh Verghese.

Meditative Landscapes

Tate Liverpool, closing 5 November, hosts a major retrospective of Don McCullin’s work – presenting more than 250 photographs that hold the gaze.

Photo Vogue: New Perspectives

Photo Vogue describes itself as “the first conscious fashion photography festival” – highlighting bold creative voices from across the globe.

Visions of Nature

Douglas Mandry has completed a new, dreamlike collaboration with luxury skincare house La Prairie, highlighting Switzerland’s natural vistas.

Altered Perception

Marcus Møller Bitsch’s most recent series asks questions about the nature of memories: their veracity and our interactions with them,

Sharing Art Stories

Bleur is an online gallery designed to champion emerging voices – inspiring digital audiences by bringing personal stories front and centre.

How the Future Looks

Luca Locatelli’s Future Studies project, winner of the 2020 Leica Oskar Barnack Award, visualises new ways for our survival on the planet.

Paradise City

Belgian photographer Sébastien Cuvelier’s book retraces a journey to Iran taken nearly 50 years ago, exploring contrasts in a changed landscape.

Timeless Spaces

Thomas Jorion is a self-taught photographer interested in abandoned places. His new book captures grand, forgotten buildings in Italy.

Heritage and Landmarks

Mat Collishaw has become a master of lens-based media, making reference to scientific and natural worlds through striking photography and video.

Between Two Mysteries

Carl Bigmore’s new photobook, Between Two Mysteries, captures the dreamy atmosphere of America’s Pacific Northwest.

Nocturnal Journeys

For three years, British photographer Joshua K. Jackson walked through the lamp-lit and neon-filled streets of London’s Soho at night.

Intersectional Photography

Antwaun Sargent’s new project, ‘Just Pictures’, is vibrant, fresh and full of life – a celebration of self-expression and a place where identity is fluid.

The Decisive Moment

“I am interested in that strange magic that occurs when things come together.” Harry Gruyaert’s painterly images of Ireland burst with colour.