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Martin Creed, Hauser & Wirth, Zürich

From 29 August Hauser & Wirth brings an exhibition of new work in wood, plastic, neon, wool, and canvas by Martin Creed to its gallery in Zürich.

Inclusive Practice, Martin Creed in Aesthetica Magazine

At the 2001 Tate Turner Prize, Yorkshire-born artist Martin Creed (b. 1968) presented Work No. 227: The lights going on and off. Consisting of an empty room, the work existed as, quite literally, the lights in the room going on and off every five seconds, cyclically submerging the room in darkness.

A Major New Public Artwork: Martin Creed, Work No.1059, Edinburgh Art Festival.

2011 sees the unveiling of a major new public artwork by Turner Prize winning artist Martin Creed for the historic Scotsman Steps. Commissioned by The…

Martin Creed: Thinking/Not Thinking @ Cafe OTO

Martin Creed: Thinking / Not Thinking (Work #1090) from Martin Creed on Vimeo. Review by Kathryn Evans Last week Martin Creed and his band showcased…

Martin Creed: Works

In an intimate introduction, Creed lets the readers know his insecurities: “I don’t think I want to make a book of my work. I am scared to look at what I have done.”

The Magic of Neon

Human beings have always been fascinated by light: from the sun, stars and moon to twinkling LEDs, glowing signage and even UFOs.

Tate: Art Online

As Tate’s galleries are currently shut, Aesthetica highlights five online collections to enjoy and explore from your home.

AAP: Visual Horizons, Eleanor Clayton

As part of the Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries, we shine a spotlight on members of our dynamic Jury. Eleanor Clayton is a Curator at The Hepworth.

Artistic Portraits

The Edinburgh International Festival reveals its 2017 International Festival Portraits series: a collection of intimately filmed interviews with six artists.

Suspended Illuminations

Cerith Wyn Evans’ takeover of the Duveen Galleries at Tate Britain, London, welcomes audiences into a conceptually responsive environment.

EIF: Cultural Exchange

Edinburgh International Festival celebrates its 70th anniversary in 2017 and will welcome 2,020 artists from 40 nations to perform in Scotland’s capital.

Interrogating Architecture

Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, questions what we know and understand about architecture in the group exhibition [Re]construct.

Helen Marten: Turner Prize 2016

Helen Marten has been awarded the 2016 Turner Prize, as announced at Tate Britain earlier this week, one of the best-known projects for the visual arts in the world.

Jury 2017

Art Prize Jury 2017


Speakers at the Future Now Symposium 2016

Review: Frieze London 2015

The multi-sensory and new unfolded over four days in Regent’s Park during Frieze Art Fair. Now in its 13th year, the fair has evolved with its expansion, integrating innovation as it progresses with its prizes, programming, and projects.

Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening, Barbican Centre

American multi-media artist Doug Aitken curates a vast project encompassing the indoor and outdoor spaces of Barbican for 30 days, including work from 100 artists such as Martin Creed and Jeremy Deller.

Top 10 Exhibitions in 2014

2014 has been a great year for contemporary art exhibitions. The huge range of practices on display demonstrates the variety of artistic approaches being developed across the world. From Martin Creed to Annette Messager, all of the artists listed here demonstrate both skill and thought.

Art Basel Presents its 2014 Film Programme, Miami Beach, Florida

Since a few Basel gallerists put their passion and determination behind an ambitious vision in 1970, Art Basel has continued to grow in size and is now recognised as a top international art show.

Frieze London 2014: Highlights for the 12th Edition

Frieze London, returns to the heart of the UK’s capital, London’s Regent’s Park, for its 12th edition. Sponsored by Deutsche Bank and designed by Universal Design Studio, the fair sees new additions with the inclusion of two specialist sections.