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Future Greats

The 2018 Aesthetica Art Prize exhibition explores the effects of over-consumption, media stimulation and emotional disconnection in today’s world.

Aesthetica Art Prize 2018 Shortlist

The Aesthetica Art Prize is a celebration of emerging and established artists. The 12 shortlisted works define a new vocabulary for life in the 21st century. 

Aesthetica Future Now Symposium

Future Now provides an imaginative platform for attendees to consider the arts ecosystem within a broader social, political and professional context.

Endless Vistas

Marian Goodman Gallery, Paris, revisits Ettore Spalletti’s monochromatic, minimalist panels with What is the most profound in a man, is the skin.

10 to See: The Armory Show

The creative landscape is constantly expanding to welcome new approaches. The Armory Show offers opportunities for dialogue and discovery.

Imaginative Subscriptions

Give the gift of art, and support the National Gallery. A membership includes a year’s access to all exhibitions, as well as offers and exclusive events.

DAIWA: Creative Developments

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation has announced the three artists shortlisted for the 2018 Art Prize. Kate Groobey expands on her practice.

Aesthetica Issue 81 Available Now

The new issue, Beyond the Horizon, pays homage to the power of the individual, demonstrating how what makes us special is our ability to innovate.

Spatial Encounters

Serge Alain Nitegeka’s practice engages with how manipulations of colour and volume influence the experience and understanding of space.

Decorative Histories

Perrotin Tokyo offer a new exhibition of recent paintings by the American artist Hernan Bas; Insects from Abroad delves into a new, visual vocabulary.

Video Profile: Michael Wagner

Michael Wagner focuses on the concepts of identity and celebrity, with each piece exploring the allure of the person behind the composition.

Video Profile: Yuko Mizobuchi

Yuko Mizobuchi is a Tokyo-based multimedia artist. She works primarily with permanent paint markers, watercolour ink, Japanese Sumi and carving on wood board.

Contemplative Landscapes

Tamara Piilola paints large canvases that depict imaginary landscapes. We speak with the Finnish artist about the inspiration and process behind her work.

Iconic Movements

After a 20-month, £3.8 million redevelopment, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle, opens Pioneers of Pop, a show focusing on the work of Richard Hamilton.

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.

The Residency: Decoding Culture

Fact Not Fiction Films’ fifth artist, Sam Stopford, demonstrates free-flowing lines. See the work at Herrick Gallery, London, from 26 September.

The Residency: Bold Fluidity

Fact Not Fiction Films’ fourth artist, David Schroeter, demonstrates free-flowing lines. See the work at Herrick Gallery, London, from 26 September.

Colour Intervention

For her first institutional solo exhibition in London, Katharina Grosse creates a new work painted in situ at the South London Gallery. From 28 September.

Revolutionary Curation

Frieze Masters returns this October for its sixth edition, featuring highlights from the last 6,000 years of art history through more than 130 dealers.

Surrealist Reflections

Hawk Alfredson is a New York-based artist born in Sweden. He has worked exclusively in oil for 40 years, exhibiting in galleries and museums internationally. We talk to the painter about his life and practice.

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