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Contemporary Systems

Contemporary Systems

Art Cologne is the oldest fair of its kind having started with just 18 galleries in 1967. Today around 200 commercial galleries come together each spring.

Synthesised Identity

Synthesised Identity

The processes of identity production and image production are intertwined in artist Martine Syms’ (b.1988) practice. Syms is known for her use of original and found…

Timeless Youth

Timeless Youth

A gap of nearly 50 years is bridged by Michael Hoppen Gallery in new exhibition, Untethered, which celebrates the work of Joseph Szabo and Sian Davey.

Cindy Sherman: Challenging Representation

Cindy Sherman: Challenging Representation

Cindy Sherman is an artist who has consistently refused to be the subject of acceptance, undermining the voyeur through re-invented compositions.

Celebrating Analogue

Celebrating Analogue

Has materiality gone out of style? Tony Chambers, Editor-in-Chief at Wallpaper* Magazine seeks to prove otherwise in an unprecedented auction at Sotheby’s.

Global Imagination

Global Imagination

The Sony World Photography Awards & Martin Parr – 2017 Exhibition showcases the 10 winners of the Open categories and the National Awards.

5 To See

5 To See

Our 5 To See dives deep into the fabric of modern living in the 20th and 21st centuries. Kiasma deciphers the world of the digital revolution, while Moderna Museet reflects on Malmö’s subculture.

Viva Arte: 10 to See

Viva Arte: 10 to See

The 57th Venice Biennale, VIVA ARTE VIVA will feature 120 artists from 51 countries, as well as 85 National Participations in the Giardini Pavilions.

A’ Design Awards 2017: Winners Announced

A’ Design Awards 2017: Winners Announced

A’ Design Award & Competition has announced the results of the 2016 / 2017 edition, including 1958 winners from 98 countries in 97 different disciplines.

Momentary Sculpture

Momentary Sculpture

The 2017 Skulptur Projekte exhibition gives more scope to performative approaches and reflects on the longevity of sculpture in the public realm.

Androgynous States

Androgynous States

Reminiscent of fashion booths, the layout of the Hepworth’s latest show transports audiences into a labyrinth where the body and clothes are redefined.

Conciliating Landscapes

Conciliating Landscapes

Elger Esser’s current focus is on the countries of the near East; Morgenland was created during his travels in Lebanon, Egypt and Israel from 2004 to 2015.

Aesthetica Art Prize Shortlist

Aesthetica Art Prize Shortlist

The fifth Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition opens 26 May and continues until 10 September at York Art Gallery, showcasing the 16 shortlisted artists.

Venice Biennale: Ephemeral Technology

Venice Biennale: Ephemeral Technology

Representing Austria in their national pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale are two innovators in the field of sculpture: Brigitte Kowanz and Erwin Wurm.

Communicative Methods

Communicative Methods

The 33rd edition of the annual ICP Infinity Awards will once again celebrate outstanding achievements in visual culture on 24 April.

5 To See

5 To See

We line up an extraordinary series of shows this bank holiday weekend. LACMA surveys the Dwan Gallery and LOOK/17 explores urbanism in photography.

Franki Raffles: Social Campaign

Franki Raffles: Social Campaign

The Glasgow School Of Art presents a retrospective of Franki Raffles, drawing on three main bodies of work from the Edinburgh-based photographer.

Refugee Housing

Refugee Housing

Making Heimat, Germany. Arrival Country, Atlas of Refugee Housing takes stock of the various types of housing available in German arrival cities.

Historical Transformations

Historical Transformations

New York’s Rubin Museum of Art presents Henri Cartier-Bresson: India in Full Frame, to coincide with the 70th anniversary of Magnum Photos.

Juxtaposed Vitality

Juxtaposed Vitality

Viviane Sassen’s Of Mud and Lotus engages in a conversation on transformation, procreation and fecundity at Stevenson Gallery in Johannesburg.

Dual Masquerade

Dual Masquerade

The work of British artist Gillian Wearing and French photographer Claude Cahun are displayed together for the first time at the National Portrait Gallery.

Digitalised Reflections

Digitalised Reflections

From Selfie to Self-Expression at Saatchi, London, asks questions about the changing notion of photography, portraiture and the digital era.

Celebrating Design

Celebrating Design

Milan Design Week is the largest trade fair event of its kind. We round up a selection of must-see sections and exhibitors from this year’s edition.

5 To See

5 To See

Tomás Saraceno invites visitors to a cosmic concert at the Museo de Arte Moderno and YSP examines Colour and Sequence in 1960s British Art.

Bodily Perfection

Bodily Perfection

Robert Mapplethorpe breaks down the boundaries between life and art. His desire to achieve aesthetic perfection is a central part of this new retrospective.

Responsive Spaces

Responsive Spaces

Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, presents a previously unseen collection of Hiroshi Sugimoto’s photography, highlighting time and space.

Appropriated Language

Appropriated Language

Stefan Brüggemann’s masterful wordplay and conceptual rigour coalesce to create a body of work that focuses on appropriation and displacement.

Layered Histories

Layered Histories

Inspired by Gustave Flaubert and Maxime du Camp’s journey through Egypt, Fouad Elkoury captures an essence of romanticism in Suite Egyptienne.

Futuristic Argentina

Futuristic Argentina

Since its founding 25 years ago, arteBA has established itself as one of the most important fairs in Argentina and a key industry meeting point.

Wolfgang Tillmans: Societal Discourse

Wolfgang Tillmans: Societal Discourse

As far as timely exhibitions go, Wolfgang Tillmans’ current exhibition at Tate Modern, London, is charged with the heartbeat of today’s news.

Shifting Terms

Shifting Terms

The Turner Prize is making some historic changes to its eligibility criteria. Tate reveals that the renowned award will now welcome artists of any age.

Aesthetica Magazine Issue 76 Available Now

Aesthetica Magazine Issue 76 Available Now

The 2017 April / May edition of Aesthetica is now available, with seven photography features and coverage of international arts events and exhibitions.

Magnum Photos: Universal Dialogues

Magnum Photos: Universal Dialogues

Held in the birth-place of naturalist Charles Darwin, Evolution Explored chronicles the universal and regional shifts taking place across the world.

Vibrant Equilibrium

Vibrant Equilibrium

Laura Allard-Fleischl’s Seaside Siren and Between Planets series combine fashion and art photography, striking an intriguing balance between organic forms.

Cultural Discoveries

Cultural Discoveries

Now in its third year, Photo London has become a powerhouse for international galleries to showcase the revolution of an ever-expanding medium.

Modern Perceptions

Modern Perceptions

Girl on Girl, a new anthology of women photographers investigates the notion of portraiture and assumed perceptions in the 21st century.

Societal Provocation

Societal Provocation

This third edition of Diffusion takes revolution as its central theme, utilising the medium of photography to document the repercussions of global revolts.

Idealised Construction

Idealised Construction

Influenced by how nature is presented in media, Thomas Wrede’s Real Landscapes reproduces topographies, spanning simulation and reality.

Collective Responsibility

Collective Responsibility

Designers from South Africa are looking at new ways to innovate and create awareness about the country’s burgeoning fashion industry.

Formal Oppositions

Formal Oppositions

Building up an intimate relationship between individuals and their surroundings, Hideaki Hamada creates a softly-list conceptual playground.

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