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Transitory Nostalgia

The Photographers’ Gallery presents the Polaroid work of Wim Wenders. The exhibition explores the relationship between time and object.

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.

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.

Technological Transition

Future Shock examines our decisive moment in history and looks to the challenges and possibilities of the future through the work of 10 artists.

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.

5 to See: This Weekend

15-17 September. The selection for this week holds contemporariness at its core; from innovation and design solutions, to new paths of individuality.

Disparate Narratives

The fourth edition of Haus der Kunst’s Capsule programme sees artist Polina Kanis expand on a practice consisting mainly of single-channel videos.

Progressive Imagery

Generation Loss constitutes a shimmering cave where mirrored projections, overlapping screens and digital shields choreograph steadily and firmly.

Fluctuating Perspectives

Even immobile objects are in flux. This is one of the insights of Steve McQueen’s Static, a film that instigates new perspectives on the Statue of Liberty.

Parallel Civilisations

The Drift, by London and Beirut-based artist Maeve Bren­nan follows the stories of a handful of in­habitants of modern-day Lebanon.

Impressionistic Filmmaking

The dream-like filmmaking of Kahlil Joseph gets its first solo presentation in New York, including a new black and white piece inspired by Roy DeCarava.

Multi-disciplinary Environments

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

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?

Creative Endeavours

Australian born Jules Wright nurtured original female talent through the Women’s Playhouse Trust and founded the Wapping Project in 1981.

Visualising Unrest

The 1980s were a turbulent time in Britain; this decade is the focus of The Place is Here, an exhibition set between the South London Gallery and MIMA.

5 To See: This Weekend

With the weekend in sight, time and space for contemplation is on the horizon. The 5 to See for 14 – 16 July traces the common links in humanity.

Reciprocated Visions

Isaac Julien’s Looking for Langston (1989 / 2017) is a landmark film that explores the private world of poet, social activist and columnist Langston Hughes.

Cinematic Disposition

Devotional Document (Part I), at Nottingham Contemporary is Wu Tsang’s first solo show in the UK, evoking performative states of impossibility.

5 To See: This Weekend

Our 5 To See for 30 June – 2 July invites us to reach out to those around us; Susan Hefuna’s performance looks at locality; Otobong Nkanga explores the land.

5 To See: This Weekend

For 23-25 June, we take our first transatlantic trip of the summer season. Gagosian presents Carsten Höller’s playful sculptures, whilst MAC pays tribute to Olafur Eliasson’s environmentally-linked practice.

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