Revealing Common Humanity

With strident voices of protectionism and nationalism, the images of Fazal Sheikh offer a corrective to a climate of fear and distrust.

Multi-disciplinary Environments

Join AAP shortlisted artists Webb-Ellis as they discuss the notion of multiple worlds achieved through documentary, performance and video.

Hyper-real Perspectives

Kate Ballis’s Infra Realism sits in the mysterious realm between reality and the surreal. Residing in a lucid dreamscape, it is familiar yet subversive.

Charting Photo-Modernism

E.O. Hoppé’s provides meditations on shifting ideals, revelling in the structural complexity and cultural acceleration that was unravelling in Germany.

Fluid Technique

Without exception, each of David Cass’s artworks describe water in some way. From straight depiction of seas or pools to exploration of environmental extremes.

Intimate Perspective

Aesthetica presents a list of emerging artists who utilise photography as a medium through which to highlight the transient intimacy of human nature.

Symbiotic Landscapes

Maik Lipp takes a clean, graphic approach to modern metropolis. Mixed Minimal isolates the beauty of lone architectural elements.

Energetic Arrangement

The French Lesson showcases one of Paul et Martin’s most notable collaborations, a creatively led video achieved through a summery, geometric aesthetic.

Organic Reformation

Experienced in architecture, fashion and design,
Julia Körner combines formulae from the natural landscape with technological advancements.

Aesthetica Issue 78

In this era of accelerating post-truth and digital manipulation, where fact converges with fiction, we must ask ourselves – what is going on?

Redefined Possibilities

In an era of post-truth, Unseen Amsterdam explores distorted perceptions, reliability and control through an exciting showcase of contemporary photography.

Dynamic Technologies

A new publication provides a diverse overview of well-known designers and the innovative solutions they have produced for domesticated and urban life.

Investigative Expression

Barbican, London and The Trampery have launched alt.barbican, an initiative featuring practitioners who challenge the boundaries of art and technology.

Reflective Cityscapes

Jersey City-born watercolourist John DuVal strives to capture the light and colour of urban landscapes to create a fresh, yet familiar feel for the viewer.

Digitalised Heritage

Japanese collective teamLab execute a project where non-material digital art can turn into nature without harming its surroundings.

Imaginative Consideration

Andres Serrano’s practice is aligned with baroque painters, translating portraiture dripping with conceptual depth and social consideration into the 21st century.

Pioneering Equality

Brooklyn Museum examines the cultural and aesthetic priorities of black women during the emergence of second-wave feminism in America.

Institutional Development

The V&A’s, London, Exhibition Road Quarter is now open, providing a courtyard as well as a gallery intended to house temporary exhibitions.

Reformed Creation

Design Frontiers offers the work of 30 leading international designers renowned for shaping and leading their respective disciplines.

Investigative Structures

Barcelona plays host to an exposition of the role of a relatively new process, forensic architecture, which is shown to be increasingly vital in a post-truth world.