Thomas Zanon-Larcher

Photographer Thomas Zanon-Larcher blends aspects of film, performance and storytelling in his images, questioning ideals of beauty propounded by fashion.

Aesthetica Art Prize Interview: Damien O’Mara

We spend some time with shortlisted artist, Damien O’Mara. The photographer will be exhibiting The Trespasser, which depicts suited men in places that are “off-limits” to people in corporate roles.

Review of Juergen Teller: Woo! London

Juergen Teller’s Woo! is a showcase of the greatest work from Teller’s longstanding, unwavering career. One of the most recognisable about his work is his ability to portray subjects entirely stripped back.

Universal Language

Partners in work and in life, Marquis Montes create enigmatic works that draw on many cultural references. Through dramatic staging and invigorating styling, their work captivates the imagination.

Review of Klein + Moriyama

It might be considered to be a curatorial risk to combine the works of William Klein and Daidō Moriyama in two mellifluous exhibitions, as they are both important and vivacious artists of our time.

Aesthetica Art Prize Interview: Mary Humphrey

Aesthetica Art Prize artist Mary Humphrey’s Roma : Transylvania narrates the experiences that she encountered whilst photographing Roma families living on the outskirts of a Transylvanian village.

London Art Fair Review

The London Art Fair ran for five days from 16 January until 20 January. Among this year’s participating galleries were The Fine Art Society, Charlie Smith London, and Union Gallery.

Interview with Photographer Guillaume Simoneau

Guillaume Simoneau opens his solo show at CONTACT. An intimate portrayal of a U.S. Army Sergeant’s love life, he follows Caroline Annandale’s development between the ages of 16 and 25.

Review of Tim Walker: Storyteller

In his unique and extravagantly innovative way, photographer Tim Walker has yet again captured style and narrative in his recent works, currently on display at Somerset House until 27 January.

Review of Jonas Mekas, Serpentine Gallery, London

The exhibition titled Jonas Mekas on display at the Serpentine Gallery, London, brings forth a massive array of Mekas’ work including film stills, photographs, posters, digital prints, and installation.

Interview with Fashion Photorgrapher Heiko Laschitzki

Ahead of this year’s Berlin Fashion Week, beginning 15 January and running until 20 January, Aesthetica takes a moment to speak to Berlin-based fashion photographer Heiko Laschitzki.

Nothing to declare? World maps of art since ’89, Akademie der Künste

Nothing to declare? World maps of art since ’89, is the new documentary project scale exhibition devoted to the global processes of change in the art world since 1989 at Akademie der Künste.

Interview with Photographer Richard Gilligan

Photographer Rich Gilligan’s new new body of work focuses on the phenomenon of the guerilla skatepark. His debut photobook entitled DIY is the fruit of…

Yaakov Israel: The Quest for the Man on the White Donkey, Bradford

The Quest for the Man on the White Donkey, is a series of Yaakov Israel’s stunning photography. Choosing his home nation, Yaakov takes his viewers on a personal journey into Israel.

Joel Meyerowitz 50 Years of Photographs Part II: 1978-2012 at Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

Howard Greenberg Gallery presents its worldwide representation of Joel Meyerowitz, whose first solo show with the gallery, 50 Years of Photographs, is a survey of the artist’s career in two parts.

Review of Bloomberg New Contemporaries, London

For those unfamiliar with the New Contemporaries premise, the exhibition contains a small selection of this year’s crop of British art school graduates, picked by a panel of previous New Contemporaries.

Review of Beat Streuli: New Street, Birmingham

Triumphantly harbouring the works of Beat Streuli’s latest show New Street, Birmingham’s Ikon has been transformed into an ensemble of diverted perception and indirect human observation.

Mark and Kristen Sink: New Work, New York

Mark and Kristen Sink present a new body of work. In order to create works with a bold vintage effect, the duo utilised one of the oldest techniques in photographic history: the collodion wet plate.

Review of Tokyo 1955 – 1970: A New Avant-Garde, New York

Tokyo 1955-1970: A New Avant-Garde at MoMA demonstrates a manifold of approaches to making artworks in Japan’s post-war period. The selection embodies radical dissent and new political visions.

Floris Neusüss: Ancient and Modern, London

A pioneer of photographic art, German artist Floris Neusüss depicts the human form, nature, and aspects of domestication through his camera-less photographs. Currently on view at ATLAS Gallery.