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Aesthetica is a British art and culture magazine. Founded in 2002, Aesthetica Magazine covers photography, visual art, music, film and theatre. It has a readership of over 180,000 and national and international distribution. The magazine includes features on art, film, music and performance, highlighting notable new exhibitions around the world and showcasing photography.
The magazine’s primary focus is on contemporary visual art and artists previously covered include Steve McQueen, Martin Creed, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Ernesto Neto among others. Aesthetica devotes a number of its pages to photography and has featured photo essays from artists such as Richard Tuschman and Stephen Shore. Other articles have explored subjects such as European art and politics, the development of light art, and art in architecture.
The Aesthetica Team
Cherie Federico, Managing Director & Editor
Dale Donley, Production Director
Andrew Lambeth, Advertising Account Manager
Lorna Clayton-Rawle, Project Coordinator
Alexandra Beresford, Marketing Coordinator
Hannah Clugston, Editorial Assistant
Rob Cheung, Design Assistant
Cassandra Weston, Administrator
David Martin, Staff Writer
Selina Oakes, Digital Project Worker
Alex Tobin, Technical Administrator
PO Box 371
YO23 1WL, UK
(+44) (0)1904 629 137
01144 1904 629 137 from USA and Canada
(open Mondays to Fridays)
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For magazine and website enquiries contact Andrew Lambeth.
For Artists’ Directory enquiries contact Lorna Clayton-Rawle.
At Aesthetica we really care about the environment. In our office we recycle and reuse our paper, envelopes, ink cartridges and office supplies.
The printer of Aesthetica Magazine is certified by various schemes that meet the highest environmental forestry sector standards. There achievements to date include: 22% reduction in energy use through investing in the most up to date technology. Eliminating the use of the solvent laden IPA (alcohol) on printing presses, and reduction in landfill waste down from 30 tonnes per week 10 years ago to less than six tonnes every six weeks. They aim to achieve zero waste to landfill within the next 18 months.
Aesthetica is printed on paper from mills that get their wood from managed forests, and are recognized for reducing or eliminating chlorine bleaching methods. The ink used is a vegetable based ink, which reduces chemical wastage.
We encourage you to recycle Aesthetica Magazine when you’re finished reading it or pass it on to a friend.