Indrė Šerpytytė, Ffotogallery

Exploring history, individual and collective memory and loss, Indrė Šerpytytė exhibits a solo exhibition at Ffotogallery. The showcase coincides with Lithuania taking up the Presidency of the European Union.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Count Down 14 Days to Go – Dareen Hussein

As of today, two weeks remain until the call for entries for the Aesthetica Art Prize draws to a close. We countdown to 31 August with a run-down of artists longlisted for last year’s Prize.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Count Down 20 Days to Go – Herman James

In the run up to the Aesthetica Art Prize call for entries deadline, today’s artist profile is dedicated to Herman James, who won acclaim for The Arrival, No. 1 in the Photographic & Digital Art category.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries, 21 Days to Go – Daniel Shiel

Featuring as today’s artist of the day, in the countdown to the end of call for entries for the Aesthetica Art Prize on 31 August, is Daniel Shiel, whose work entitled Malakoff was longlisted.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Count Down 23 Days to Go – Poppy Whatmore

With less than a month to enter the Aesthetica Art Prize, we’re continuing our countdown to 31 August with a run down of artists. Today we’re focusing on 2013 Student Prize Winner, Poppy Whatmore.

Miles Aldridge: SHORT BREATHS at Brancolini Grimaldi, London

SHORT BREATHS is Brancolini Grimaldi’s first exhibition of work by Miles Aldridge to coincide with his major retrospective at Somerset House, I Only Want You to Love Me, (10 July until 29 September).

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries, 24 Days to Go

There’s less than a month left to enter the Aesthetica Art Prize, and to mark the event in our calendar we’ll be counting down each day until the 31 August with a run-down of longlisted artists.

The Institute of Art & Ideas: “Is Beauty Back?” A Debate about the Future of Art

The Institute of Art and Ideas has released a new debate online with a panel of professionals including Courtauld scholar Julian Stallabrass, art historian Griselda Pollock and artist Sidsel Christensen.

Anna Wallace-Thompson: Shortlisted for the Aesthetica Creative Writing Competition

Shortlisted for the Aesthetica Creative Writing Competition 2012, Anna Wallace-Thompson is a Middle Eastern contemporary arts journalist who grew up predominantly in Dubai.

John Stezaker, Contemporary Art Society, London

Through collage, John Stezaker examines the subversive elements within found images, such as film magazines, vintage postcards and illustrations. Stezaker won the Deutsche Börse prize in 2012.

Nick Boreham: Red, Shortlisted for the Aesthetica Creative Writing Competition

Shortlisted for the Aesthetica Creative Writing Competition, Nick Boreham writes poems and short stories which have appeared in a number of publications including Poetry Scotland and Equinox.

Natural Selection, The Fine Art Society Contemporary

Natural Selection is a group show that focuses upon the tension between the man-made and nature. The eight artists use a variety of media including drawing, sculpture, photography and installation.

Coming into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Condé Nast at City Art Centre, Edinburgh

The great American photographer Edward Steichen took what were probably the first fashion photographs in 1911. Since then it has become a unique platform for commerce and creativity.

James Barnor: Ever Young, Impressions Gallery

The James Barnor archive is the product of a career spanning more than 60 years. Barnor was born in Accra in 1929. He began his photographic career when he opened a makeshift studio in Jamestown.

One Month To Go: Enter the Aesthetica Art Prize

In a celebration of contemporary art, outstanding works shortlisted from the Aesthetica Art Prize will be displayed in the setting of York St Mary’s – York Art Gallery’s contemporary art space.

Ken Griffiths: Quiet Heroes, Ffotogallery

Created last year, Ken Griffiths’ series of photographic portraits capturing people and places celebrates individuals who continue to make remarkable contributions to their communities.

Evoking Nostalgia

Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr are not only well known for being outstanding British photographers, but for capturing the English landscape with familiarity.

Photographic Paintings

Gail Albert Halaban traced the steps of legendary artist Edward Hopper, travelling to Massachusetts to record the houses he painted 100 years before.

Documenting the Surreal

Combining colour, everyday objects and portraiture, Blackmon’s works are endlessly fascinating, and every return glance reveals a new angle or shape.

Experimental Photography

The analogue is increasingly marginalised in a digital climate that sees images everywhere; in this context the value of art photography is constantly questioned.