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5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

As September rolls into October, a whole host of new exhibitions open their doors, leaving us spoilt for choice when it comes to 5 To See.

Günther Uecker: Verletzte Felder, Dominique Lévy, London

Günther Uecker: Verletzte Felder, Dominique Lévy, London

Dominique Lévy, London, exhibits new work from German artist Günther Uecker. Verletzte Felder (Wounded Fields) is Uecker’s first solo show in London for over 50 years.

Bricks, Paper, Ceiling: O / U at P! and ROOM EAST, New York

Bricks, Paper, Ceiling: O / U at P! and ROOM EAST, New York

O / U is at both P! on Broome Street and ROOM EAST on Orchard. Though the rationale for this division is not always clear, the works echo each other.

Regeneration: Anselm Kiefer, NSU Art Museum, Florida

Regeneration: Anselm Kiefer, NSU Art Museum, Florida

For his new exhibition, on view during Art Basel Miami Beach, Anselm Kiefer is celebrated as a post-World War Two artist at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Running into mid-September, a medley of art fairs are preparing for previews. Our 5 To See features Shezad Dawood in London and a tribute to David Bowie in LA.

Yalta 1945, Ben Uri Gallery, London

Yalta 1945, Ben Uri Gallery, London

Having previously exhibited at Brooklyn Museum of Art in 1990, Yalta 1945 has not since been presented to the public until now at Ben Uri Gallery, London.

Q+A with Landmark Arts Centre and Transplant Links: 2016 Autumn Fair

Q+A with Landmark Arts Centre and Transplant Links: 2016 Autumn Fair

For the Landmark Arts Centre Autumn Fair, we interview Curator, Ben Kidger, and Aimee Jewitt-Harris, Transplant Links, about art and charity awareness.

Daniel Richter: Lonely Old Slogans, The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark

Daniel Richter: Lonely Old Slogans, The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art host retrospective of work from artist Daniel Richter, at the midpoint of his career: one of the most important painters today.

Q+A with Landscape Artist, Stephen Heward

Q+A with Landscape Artist, Stephen Heward

Painting is a liberating outlet for Stephen Heward. Aesthetica talk to the artist about past experiences and a practice far from disappearing in the digital age.

Lorna Simpson: Salon 94 Bowery, New York

Lorna Simpson: Salon 94 Bowery, New York

African-American artist Lorna Simpson marks her third solo exhibition at Salon 94 Bowery, showcasing paintings from their premiere in the 55th Venice Biennale.

Henri Barande, Saatchi Gallery, London.

Henri Barande, Saatchi Gallery, London.

Henri Barande comes to Saatchi Gallery, London, for his first and only UK exhibition this October. Viewers are allowed a once in a lifetime chance to see into his world.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Our 5 To See highlights a selection of adventurous exhibitions to retain those summer spirits this September. Abdoulaye Konaté inspires us with a series of installations rich in his Malian heritage.

Rashid Johnson : Fly Away, Hauser and Wirth, New York

Rashid Johnson : Fly Away, Hauser and Wirth, New York

Hauser & Wirth looks to showcase Fly Away, a series of new paintings and sculptures by Rashid Johnson, featuring an installation piece which draws on the impressive qualities of the gallery’s architecture.

Sophie Milner: Sleepwalkers, Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh.

Sophie Milner: Sleepwalkers, Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh.

London-born Sophie Milner’s painting process is a step between reality and a dream-like state. Aesthetica catch up with Milner about her new show Sleepwalkers at Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh.

Tracey Emin and William Blake in Focus, Tate Liverpool

Tracey Emin and William Blake in Focus, Tate Liverpool

From September, Tate Liverpool will demonstrate a shared concern with spirituality, birth and death in the work of two prominent artists from disparate times: Tracey Emin and William Blake.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 4 Days to Go

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 4 Days to Go

There are four days remaining to enter this year’s Aesthetica Art Prize. In the countdown we explore Nathan Walsh’s painted world which in some ways resembles the society we live in.

Flesh, York Art Gallery.

Flesh, York Art Gallery.

This September York Art Gallery collaborates with Dr Jo Applin (University of York) to curate an exhibition that challenges ideas about the representation of skin in the art world.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call For Entries Countdown: 8 Days To Go. Painting.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call For Entries Countdown: 8 Days To Go. Painting.

Hilary Powell’s works comprise often overlooked processes, materials, people and places. Moving in and out of scrapyards, academia, demolition sites and chemistry labs, she is…

Q+A with Czech artist Jan Karpíšek

Q+A with Czech artist Jan Karpíšek

Czech artist Jan Karpíšek creates paintings and assemblages in collaboration with his honeybees and other natural processes. His art is connected to his interest in…

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 10 Days to Go, Win up to £5,000

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 10 Days to Go, Win up to £5,000

With only 10 days left in our countdown to the deadline for the Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries, we take a closer look at what’s in store for the winners of the internationally recognised award.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 11 Days to Go. Drawing

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 11 Days to Go. Drawing

Jessie Brennan explores the representation of places through drawing and dialogue, informed by their current contexts and a direct engagement with the people who occupy them. We speak to her about her practice.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 12 Days to Go. Painting

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 12 Days to Go. Painting

Jo McGonigal’s practice is concerned with hybridised forms of painting that have resonance within the phenomenological ambitions of Minimalism. In her work, she considers not what the painting means but what it does.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

As festival season hits its peak, our 5 To See collates a selection of dynamic shows to supplement your activities and excursions this weekend. Goodman Gallery premieres Shirin Neshat’s videos.

Vienna Contemporary International Art Fair 2016

Vienna Contemporary International Art Fair 2016

Returning for its second edition this year is Austria’s leading international art fair, viennacontemporary on 22 – 25 September. The event will bring together over 100 galleries from 26 countries.

Q+A with Painter Makoto Takigawa

Q+A with Painter Makoto Takigawa

Makoto Takigawa’s inspirations arise from observations made while in natural surroundings. Aesthetica talk to the artist about the inspiration behind his practice.

Neu Now Festival Programme

Neu Now Festival Programme

Neu Now’s eighth edition is set to take place in the spaces of Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam, from 14-18 September. The five-day festival showcases the work of a generation of rising artists.

Q+A with Abstract Painter, Amanda Watson

Q+A with Abstract Painter, Amanda Watson

Amanda Watson’s practice extends ideas of abstraction, landscape, and scale primarily through the medium of paint. Aesthetica talk to her about the influence of the environment.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 17 Days to Go, Future Now Anthology

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 17 Days to Go, Future Now Anthology

We’re now over half way through our Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown. Today, we highlight the opportunity to gain exposure in our annual publication: the Future Now anthology.

Berliner Liste 2016

Berliner Liste 2016

Berlin has many great cultural things to offer, from museums and architecture to an exciting music scene. Another of these things is Berliner Liste, whose 13th edition will run from 15-18 September.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

We celebrate the middle of August with a collection of thought-provoking shows. Caroline Rothwell (Tolarno Galleries) and Xiao Yu (Pace) examine the relationship between nature and man.

Towards Night, Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne

Towards Night, Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne

Without the familiar light of day, the world after dark becomes an alien place. Dedicated to tracing the theme of night in art comes Towards Night, a major exhibition hosted by Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne.

Interview with Sorcha Carey, Director, Edinburgh Art Festival

Interview with Sorcha Carey, Director, Edinburgh Art Festival

The UK’s largest annual festival of visual art, Edinburgh Art Festival, returns to Scotland for its 13th edition. We speak to Director Sorcha Carey about the festival’s integration with the city.

Interview with CODE Art Fair Curators, Copenhagen

Interview with CODE Art Fair Curators, Copenhagen

This year sees the launch of new art fair CODE in Copenhagen. We speak to CODE curators about the inauguration of the upcoming event and its ethos of making good art accessible to everyone.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 24 Days to Go, Painting

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 24 Days to Go, Painting

Jennifer López Ayala is one of this year’s Aesthetica Art Prize finalists. As part of our official Call for Entries Countdown, we speak to the artist about her relationship with space, time and eggshells.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

As August brings Olympics-mania to our TV screens, our 5 To See lines up engaging alternatives this season. From Berlin and London to Los Angeles, we present a fresh selection of shows for summer.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries: 28 Days To Go, Winners & Finalists

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries: 28 Days To Go, Winners & Finalists

The Aesthetica Art Prize is back for its 10th instalment. With 28 days to go to enter your artwork, we take a look at past winners and finalists, focusing on their ensuing successes since their exposure.

Land, Sea and Air, The New Art Gallery Walsall

Land, Sea and Air, The New Art Gallery Walsall

Bringing together a diverse group of international artists, The New Art Gallery Walsall delves into the notion of the map, and the different connotations attached to this inspiring source material.

Asia Hotel Art Fair, Seoul

Asia Hotel Art Fair, Seoul

First established in 2008, Asia Hotel Art Fair is today one of Asia’s principal international art events. Dedicated to the promotion of the Asian art market, AHAF is Asia’s first and largest hotel art fair.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: One Month to Go

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: One Month to Go

As the month of August unfolds, we invite you to explore a variety of artists, themes and disciplines from the Aesthetica Art Prize in our countdown to the 2016 Call for Entries deadline.

Bruce Conner, It’s All True, MoMA, New York

Bruce Conner, It’s All True, MoMA, New York

MoMA stages Bruce Conner’s (1933–2008) first monographic museum exhibition in New York. Comprised of 250 objects, It’s All True is the largest survey of the artist’s work in 16 years.

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