Sarah Lucas, British Pavilion, 56th Venice Biennale

Sarah Lucas, British Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale

Sarah Lucas will present her much anticipated solo exhibition in the British Pavilion as part of the 2015 Venice Biennale. Most recently, a survey of her work featured at Tramway in Glasgow.

Review of Débora Delmar: Debora Delmar Corp. Upward Mobility, Modern Art Oxford

Review of Débora Delmar, Debora Delmar Corp. at Modern Art Oxford

Working with sculpture, video and installation, Débora Delmar aka Debora Delmar Corp aims to explore the manner in which globalised consumer culture has come to influence modern life.

Interview with Emi Avora, Longlisted Artist in the Aesthetica Art Prize

Interview with Aesthetica Art Prize 2015 Artist Emi Avora

Living and working in the UK, Athens-born artist Emi Avora looks to her Greek ancestry for inspiration. Her painting and drawing installations reflect on political developments in the country’s history.

One Month To Go: Enter the Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2015

One Month To Go: ASFF 2015

There is one month to go to enter short film into ASFF 2015. Until 31 May, entries are open for the fifth year of the BAFTA qualifying festival, a dynamic addition to the international film festival circuit.

Pamela Rosenkranz, Our Product, 56th International Art Exhibition la Biennale di Venezia, Venice

Pamela Rosenkranz: Our Product 56th Venice Biennale

Swiss-born artist Pamela Rosenkranz’s work embodies a foreboding view of the contemporary world and its central tenets. Her latest exhibition Our Product at the Venice Biennale is no exception.

The Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition 2015: Film Now Available to Watch

A short film about the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition 2015 is now available to watch, presenting insights into the work of the shortlisted artists through interviews, clips from the preview night and close ups of the stunning pieces.

Numbercult – Articulations, CCA Glasgow

Numbercult – Articulations, CCA Glasgow

For the latest in their Cryptic Nights series of events, Glasgow producing art house Cryptic presents new work from Craig Ritchie Allan, who, under the name Numbercult, creates performances.

Defining the Territory: Ends of the Earth, Land Art to 1974

Defining the Territory: Ends of the Earth, Land Art to 1974

The first large-scale survey of Land Art took place at MOCA, Los Angeles, in 2012. This exhibition looked at the historical origins of artists’ interactions with landscape. Featured in issue 48.

Review of Carol Bove: The Plastic Unit, David Zwirner, London

Review of Carol Bove: The Plastic Unit, David Zwirner

In Carol Bove’s first show at David Zwirner, London, The Plastic Unit, the subtle elegance emitted from the Mayfair townhouse, is sharply placed at odds with Bove’s curious combinations of materials.

John Keane, Speaking Power to Truth, Flowers Gallery, London

John Keane, Speaking Power to Truth, Flowers, London

John Keane has focused on a range of political questions of our age throughout his career, coming to prominence in 1991 after having been appointed official British war artist during the Gulf War.

Grayson Perry: Provincial Punk, Turner Contemporary, Margate

Grayson Perry: Provincial Punk, Turner Contemporary

In a selection of previously unseen collaged and painted sketchbooks, rarely seen super-8 films and recent tapestries, this show follows the development of ‘provincial punk’ in the early 1980s

Review of Annemarie Heinrich: Secret Intentions, MALBA, Buenos Aires

Review: Annemarie Heinrich, Secret Intentions, MALBA, Buenos Aires

The Argentine photographer Annemarie Heinrich had to keep her pioneering spirit under wraps during her lifetime as she experimented with photographing nudity in the early 20th century.

Ursula von Rydingsvard, The 56th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, Giardino della Marinaressa, Venice

Yorkshire Sculpture Park Presents Ursula von Rydingsvard in Venice

In the setting of the Giardino della Marinaressa, and as an official Collateral Event at la Biennale di Venezia, YSP presents a major open-air exhibition of sculptures by Ursula von Rydingsvard.

Lucy Beech: Me and Mine, FVU Harris Museum and Art Gallery and The Tetley

Lucy Beech: Me and Mine

Me and Mine explores empathy and the way in which entering someone else’s pain allows one to see the world through another’s eyes, to travel.

Interview with Ellis Ludwig-Leone from San Fermin on New Album Jackrabbit

Interview with Ellis Ludwig-Leone from San Fermin on New Album Jackrabbit

We take a moment to speak to San Fermin band leader Ellis Ludwig-Leone, who studied music composition at Yale and was an assistant to contemporary classical music composer and arranger Nico Muhly.

Historical Futures, Apricot Gallery, London

Historical Futures

Historical Futures brings together the works of Blair Cahill, Cheryl Papasian, Necole Schmitz and Alex J Wood that incorporate traditional, craft-based media to examine the contemporary world.

Interview with Yolanda Romero on José Guerrero: The Presence of Black

Yolanda Romero on José Guerrero

Overshadowed by the 400th anniversary of the death of El Greco, 2014 was also the year of José Guerrero. Born in 1914, he was an important Spanish artist of the second half of the 20th century.

Interview with Marko Nyberg of Husky Rescue

Interview with Marko Nyberg of Husky Rescue

Husky Rescue’s new album The Long Lost Friend: Special Edition is out on Catskills Records now. The title of the album comes from the story of a real lost friend.

Mona Hatoum, Fundación Proa, Buenos Aires

Mona Hatoum, Fundación Proa, Buenos Aires

Fundación Proa, Buenos Aires, enlisted the help of video and installation artist Mona Hatoum in the curating of this small exhibition of the artist’s works from the 1980s to the present day.

Christopher Williams, Dismantling the Spectacle

Christopher Williams

In 2014 the Museum of Modern Art hosted a retrospective of the work of artist Christopher Williams. The show displayed iconic pieces which unravel the parade of contemporary media.

Interview with Matt Hawthorn, Head of Art and Design at York St John University and Aesthetica Art Prize Speaker

Interview with Matt Hawthorn, Aesthetica Art Prize Speaker

We speak to Matt Hawthorn, Head of Art and Design at York St John University, about his current research into the identity and importance of performance in today’s contemporary art world.

Interview with Artist Zoë Hough on The Microbial Verdict : You Live Until You Die

Interview with Zoë Hough

Arebyte Gallery opens a solo exhibition by Zoë Hough which explores issues surrounding ageing and the desire for control over our bodies.

Light Show, The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney

Light Show, MCA Australia

Light Show at MCA Australia explores the versatility of light as a sculptural medium through installations from a diverse selection of international artists.

Review of Still House Group: Testing Ground, Zabludowicz Collection, London

Review of Testing Ground

Fresh from New York, The Still House Group brought its brand of ever-evolving DIY art to London for the first time in Testing Ground: Still House Group at the Zabludowicz Collection.

SOLUNA: International Music & Arts Festival, Dallas Arts District

SOLUNA, Dallas Arts District

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s new classical music and fine arts festival is centred in the Dallas Arts District and is anchored by live performances.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Discover the best in contemporary art exhibitions from across the world in our 5 to See. This week, we have compiled a fantastic list of shows to see.

Interview with Todd Antony, Longlisted Artist in the Aesthetica Art Prize 2015.

AAP Interview: Todd Antony

Todd Antony has been longlisted in the Aesthetica Art Prize 2015. The artist travels across the world to capture the lives of extraordinary people.

Riviera Style: Resort & Swimwear Since 1900, Fashion & Textile Museum, London

Riviera Style: Resort & Swimwear, Fashion & Textile Museum, London

Celebrating a century of resort and swimwear style, publishers King & McGaw have delved into the archives of its partners to present iconic prints of swimwear from the 20th century.

Interview with The Other Art Fair Artist Anastasiya Lazurenko

Interview with Artist Anastasiya Lazurenko, The Other Art Fair

We speak to Ukrainian artist Anastasiya Lazurenko about her presentation at The Other Fair alongside her ongoing quest explore the female body image and to reflect the truth in photography.

In Conversation, Susan Hiller in Aesthetica Magazine

In Conversation, Susan Hiller in Aesthetica Magazine

Last year Aesthetica interviewed artist Susan Hiller about her practice and participation in group exhibition Slow Learner at Timothy Taylor Gallery.

Review of Tim Etchells: The Facts on the Ground, Vitrine Gallery, London

Tim Etchells at Vitrine Gallery

There is something disarming about Tim Etchells’ environments in which the ordinary and the mundane become laced with an unknown potency.

Personne et les autres: Vincent Meessen and Guests, Belgian Pavilion, International Art Exhibition, Biennale di Venezia, Venice

Belgian Pavilion at Venice

The Belgian Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale will present the work of Vincent Meessen together with a series of carefully selected guest artists.

Interview with Choreographer Alexander Whitley

Interview with Alexander Whitley, Choreographer of Frames, London

Alexander Whitley continues his collaboration with artists Tuur Van Balen and Revital Cohen to create a piece that explores how ideas of production relate to and make an impact upon the body.

FACT 2015 Exhibition Programme, Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, Liverpool

FACT 2015 Programme

FACT’s four annual exhibitions includes a selection of international new-media art, beginning with Group Therapy: Mental Distress in a Digital Age.

Mythopoeia: Mequitta Ahuja, Kapwani Kiwanga, Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum and Alida Rodrigues, Tiwani Contemporary, London

Mythopoeia, Group Show, Tiwani Contemporary London

The Tiwani Contemporary, London, draws inspiration from the age-old role of storytelling and gathers together four international artists for its latest group exhibition, entitled Mythopoeia.

Interview with Artist Flore Nové-Josserand

Interview with Installation Artist Flore Nové-Josserand

Flore Nové-Josserand creates visually captivating installations. The artist speaks to us about her interest in housing problems and her plans for 2015.

Lee Ufan, Lisson Gallery, London

Lee Ufan at Lisson Gallery

Working with limited colour and gesture, Lee Ufan believes in retaining an economy of representation while attempting to create the maximum resonance.

Los Carpinteros, Parasol Unit, London

Los Carpinteros: Parasol Unit

Cuban art collective, Los Carpinteros, is formed of duo Marco Castillo and Dagoberto Rodríguez who create humorous installations and sculptures.

The Poetry of Place: Duncan Shanks’s Sketchbooks and the Upper Clyde, Glasgow

The Poetry of Place: Duncan Shanks's Sketchbooks

This new exhibition of sketchbooks at the Hunterian Art Gallery in Glasgow establishes Scottish artist Duncan Shanks as the Robert Macfarlane of paint.

Review of Francis Alÿs: A Story of Negotiation, Tamayo Museum, Mexico City

Francis Alÿs: A Story of Negotiation, Tamayo Museum

A Story of Negotiation is the title of Alÿs’ newest exhibition, which was curated by his longtime collaborator Cuauhtémoc Medina and is currently running at the Tamayo Museum in Mexico City.