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Subverted Geometry

liasson brings his world-renowned talents to Harsdorff House to create a new installation within its walls. The piece will be revealed December.

5 To See: This Weekend

21-22 October. This week’s selections question realities and re-establish norms through photography, installation and new design.

Interactive Structures

The fifth edition of Lumiere Durham returns next month, illuminating the city in unexpected, spatially resonant ways.

New Developments

Leeds Art Gallery reopens to the public after undergoing restorative work on its roof for nearly two years, with an exciting 2017 programme.

Altered Consciousness

Wren Artists presents Felicity McCabe at Great Eastern Wall Gallery, London. Archive explores the nature of transience and false memories.

Transformation through Labour

Human activity and its power to transform the world is the theme at the heart of Ali Kazma’s practice. Jeu de Paume, Paris, offer a view into his perspectives.

Visionary Renewal

One of the great institutions of art history in the 20th and 21st centuries, MoMA, is showcased in an exhibition at Fondation Louis Vuitton.

Intersectional Monuments

Originally on display at Victoria and Albert Museum’s Simon Sainsbury Gallery, While We Wait comes to Concrete, a multidisciplinary public space.

Inspiring Environments

Building upon an established creative legacy, the year ahead at YSP is set to feature ambitious interventions in the park’s historic landscape.

5 To See: This Weekend

6-8 October. This week’s selection comprises world-renowned galleries, exhibitions and events with the larger goal of connection and collaboration.

Frieze London: Social Reflectors

Amongst the dizzying diversity of contemporary art on view, the greater themes pulsing through this year’s Frieze London touch upon global politics.

Spatial Ephemera

James Freeman Gallery’s, London, new exhibition Nocturne features the work of Lucy Glendinning, Simone Pellegrini and AAP Artist Suzanne Moxhay.

Complex Perspective

A new anthology, edited by Fiona Rogers and Max Houghton, champions international female photographers and offers unforeseen points of view.

Interactive Engagement

The complex military and political history of the 18th century Blenheim Palace both inspires and complements Jenny Holzer’s new works.

Associative Installation

Emmanuelle Moureaux’s I am here has won the 2017 Aesthetica Art Prize People’s Choice Award, an installation crafted from 300 colour cut-outs.

Unifying Spaces

Tate Modern’s signature series of site-specific installations in the vast former industrial space of the Turbine Hall continues with SUPERFLEX.

Aesthetica Issue 79 Available Now

The October / November issue looks at practitioners who are responding to the current global situation in intelligent and meaningful ways.

New Artists: September 2017

Aesthetica’s New Artists scheme continues; September’s picks look at uncanny worlds through a re-imagining of context and idealism.

Idealistic Surroundings

With a keen attention to textural detail, Elise Mesner finds unexpected dimensions and translates everyday scenery into a halcyon summer.

Vibrant Anonymity

Eric Dufour’s practice is based upon the desire to evoke a variety of emotions and concepts through compositions devoid of unnecessary content.

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