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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.

5 To See: Art Basel

Throughout the weekend, the city of Basel is transformed by close to 100,000 visitors, 4,000 artists, 291 galleries and 100 large-scale pieces.

AAP: Creating Connections

Griselda Goldsbrough draws upon the works in this year’s Art Prize to explore the different ways in which we can benefit from connecting with the arts.

Cultural Reflections

Sooni Taraporevala’s close relationship with her home-city, Mumbai, is depicted in the 30 images selected for Home in the City at the Whitworth.

Conceptualised Topography

Artist Victoria Lucas draws inspiration from JG Ballard’s Concrete Island in a show that interrogates the constructs of culture and gender representation.

Issue 77 Available Now

Our June / July issue considers the current state of flux; in this age of digital alienation, it’s important to make time for reflection.

AAP: Identifying Themes

Griselda Goldsbrough leads an informative tour identifying themes in the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition from 12:30 on 8 June at York Art Gallery.

AAP: Winners Announced

The winners were announced for the Main Prize and the Emerging Prize at last night’s Private View and Prize Giving at the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition.

5 To See: This Weekend

In our 5 To See for 26-28 May, we reflect on the innovative methods that artists use to communicate with their audiences.

Introspective Practices

The fifth Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition opens on 26 May and continues until 10 September, presenting innovative works by 16 international artists.

Exchanging Ideas

On the first day of the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition, there is a unique opportunity to hear directly from a selection of shortlisted artists.

Ideological Presence

Anne-Marie Creamer’s Treatment for Six Characters is part of the Aesthetica Art Prize Longlist. See this work at York Art Gallery from 26 May.

Artistic Portraits

The Edinburgh International Festival reveals its 2017 International Festival Portraits series: a collection of intimately filmed interviews with six artists.

Political Systems

Eunhyung Kim’s Street is part of the Aesthetica Art Prize Longlist. The film is screened at York Art Gallery from 26 May coinciding with Future Now.

Immersive Cinematography

Toby Dye’s The Corridor is a love letter to the work of Stanley Kubrick. The video installation has been shortlisted for the 2017 Aesthetica Art Prize.

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