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Damien Hirst: Schizophrenogenesis, Paul Stolper Gallery, London

Schizophrenogenesis is a show of work from Damien Hirst, currently on display at Paul Stolper Gallery. The art combines a variety of new pieces reflecting the aesthetic of the medicinal pill.

Review of Felix Gonzalez-Torres and Damien Hirst: Candy at Blain | Southern, London

Frieze week is always a good opportunity to do something spectacular or insane. The surprising marriage of Gonzalez-Torres and Hirst captivates audiences.

Outdoor Art:
Installations for the Season

From Antony Gormley’s new installation at Houghton Hall to Steve Messam at Lowther Castle, we outline outdoor exhibitions to check out.

A Digital Canvas

Shepard Fairey is a major figure in street art. For Frieze LA, he’s teamed up with LG OLED to bring his socially-aware graphic works into the virtual realm.

Flux in Memories

This year’s Foam Talent spotlights fresh voices and innovators at the cutting edge of lens-based media. Cristóbal Ascencio focuses on remembrance.

Mat Collishaw:
Past, Present, Future

Kew Gardens presents an exhibition centred on celebrated multidisciplinary artist Mat Collishaw, exploring art history, nature and technology.

AI and Datasets:
Feeding Consciousness

Halcyon Gallery moves into its new flagship site at 148 New Bond Street, Mayfair. They open with Dominic Harris’ exhibition ‘Digital Consciousness’.

Playing with Objects

Paul Sawyers is a contemporary artist and photographer interested in “the potential of found objects to create improvised moments.”

Memory Investigated

Thomas Demand highlights the fiction beneath attempts to document the truth, questioning the power and responsibility behind art and its maker.

The Contemporary Lens

What makes a “good” portrait? The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2022 showcases more than 50 examples of contemporary portraiture.

British Art Now

British Art Fair has acted as an annual launchpad for myriad household names over the past three decades – from post-war artists to the YBAs.

30 Years in the Art World

In 1990, the art world was entering a new era. As Pashmin Art Consortia celebrates its 32nd anniversary, we look back at this period of change.

25 Years of British Art

New Contemporaries continues to play a key role in art from the UK: a story of towering medicine cabinets and potent portraits of identity.

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.

5 to See: Art Outdoors

Public art has perhaps never been more important, offering audiences chance to experience culture whilst social distancing. Discover 5 to See.

Staying Connected

Galleries and audiences have had to adapt to a new normal, attending online show and talks. NOW Gallery discusses their digital programme.

Art Prizes to Enter: Spring 2020

Now is the time to innovate and create. Aesthetica selects five art prizes currently open for entries of student work, digital art and more.

Christmas Gift Guide 2019

Aesthetica selects 10 ideas for art and culture lovers. This list offers a variety of inspiration – including gallery memberships, gift sets and more.

5 to See: This Weekend

Seminal female artists, powerful social themes and the next generation of talent come together in this weekend’s top international exhibitions.

New Contemporaries

Bloomberg New Contemporaries returns for 2019, highlighting the next generation of contemporary visual artists in an expansive show.

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