Collaborative Existence

La Fondation Louis Vuitton pulls together art from across the globe to highlight connections between human beings and the planet.

Post-Production in the Arts

We live in a world that’s increasingly edited, cropped and filtered. Royal College of Art’s Nicola Koller, Matteo Mastandrea and Thomas Greenall discuss.

Digital Connections

Inspired by nature, innovative design collective Studio Drift presents Franchise Freedom, a flying sculpture comprising 300 luminous drones.

The Urban Vernacular

Capturing the everyday landscape, Vishal Marapon’s images connect with changing cities and the material effects of gentrification and development.

10 Sculptures from AAP

During the last month of submissions, the Aesthetica Art Prize collates 10 sculptors from past editions, foregrounding imaginative responses.

Geometric Structures

Victoria Miro, London, announces an exhibition of new works by Conrad Shawcross. The works offer a complex, ever-changing experience.

5 to See: This Weekend

Aesthetica selects five must-see photography exhibitions open 28-29 July. Each offers conceptual responses to contemporary life.

Printmaking in the 21st Century

British printmaker Tom Hammick, part of ING Discerning Eye, discusses the process, shedding light on his inspiration.

Design Fairs to See this Year

This selection of international design events provides fresh approaches to making, showcasing the work of upcoming practitioners.

Promoting Creativity

Polaroid Originals’ summer campaign offers bold colours and clean lines, evoking a sense of freedom and creativity.

Artificial Landscapes

Brilliant City at David Zwirner, Hong Kong investigates the density of the metropolis through manipulated compositions.

Responses to Modernism

British artist Edmund de Waal, known for crafting minimal ceramic forms, makes his first architectural intervention in the US.

Evolving Disciplines

Exhibitions at The Hepworth, Wakefield, and the Getty Center, Los Angeles, showcase work that occupies the boundary between fashion and fine art.

Social Mediations

Nothing Stable Under Heaven features works by 25 artists drawn from SFMOMA’s contemporary collection focusing on social and political resistance.

Holzer: Language Systems

Tate Modern’s Artist’s Rooms: Jenny Holzer opens, featuring a diverse range of text-based work by the American artist.

Artists’ Film Screenings

The domestic landscape holds complex emotions at its core. Works from the Aesthetica Art Prize’s longlist of Artists’ Films explore these feelings.

Cinematic Perspectives

Gail Albert Halaban’s large-scale, stylised works possess a dark and cinematic sense of voyeurism, addressing themes of 21st century disconnection.

Unseen Environments

Anthropocene at Art Gallery of Ontario brings together science and art, unearthing the scale of industrial activity on the planet.

Documenting the Self

An exhibition at Museum of Fine Arts, Petersburgh, examines how photographers capture and rewrite notions of identity.

Future Forms

London Design Festival showcases products from Zaha Hadid Design, a studio known for its innovative approach to geometry.