Aesthetica Issue 83 Available Now

The June / July edition of Aesthetica is available now. Issue 83, A New Way of Seeing, considers the intersection between the created and the real.

Intimate Narratives

Erica Nyholm’s body of work explores familial relationships, reflecting on defining moments from a female perspective.

Iconic Visuals

Between Art & Fashion: Photographs from the Collection of Carla Sozzani offers dialogues about the authenticity and autonomy of images.

New Approaches

Marking a departure from self representation, new works by Elina Brotherus offer a playful, performative approach inspired by Fluxus.

Stylised Composition

Works by Erwin Olaf address social issues, taboos and conventions through a highly curated approach, offering stylised visuals.

Facets of Reality

Victor Micoud’s La Cité Idéale focuses on the surroundings of Disneyland Paris, capturing the essence of this surreal neighbourhood.

Cinematic Storytelling

Translating personal experiences into hyperreal images, the renowned photographer Alex Prager is celebrated through a mid-career survey.

Singular Perspective

Using repeated patterns including colour, material and texture, Jon Setter organises details of landscapes as an abstracted expression of space.

Balanced Composition

Carolina Mizrahi is an art director, photographer and set designer whose cross-disciplinary practice traverses a line between fine art and commerce.

Into the Wilderness

Melancholy and, at times, tied to a Romantic sensibility, Isabella Ståhl’s images communicate the desire to return to the notion of home.

Shifting the Focus

A vision of the future, Evelyn Bencicova’s series Artificial Tears assesses what it means to exist within today’s increasingly factitious world.

Uncanny Performance

Michelle Cho & June Kim’s collaborative series look into the ideas of relativity in the everyday, inspired by vivid and structurally expansive architecture.

Elusive Sensibility

Ole Marius Joergensen creates narratives around the themes of identity, using empty topographies as spectres of unidentifiable emotions.

A Photographic Journey

Inge Morath traversed the globe as a travel, portrait and reportage photographer, joining Magnum Photos in 1956.

Reshaping Urbanity

Anarchitect, a retrospective of Gordon Matta-Clark’s short but incendiary career, is currently on show at Jeu de Paume, Paris.

Contemporary Mythology

Photographs by Joachim Hildebrand, who is part of the 2018 Aesthetica Art Prize, investigate notions of the American dream.

Eerie Minimalism

Mária Švarbová’s series, Swimming Pool, goes on display as part of this year’s edition of PHotoEspaña, Madrid. 

Timeless Sublimity

Two exhibitions opening at Michael Hoppen Gallery, London, celebrate the work of Jacques Henri Lartigue.

An Enduring Symbol

The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip explores the work of 19 photographers who are inspired by the open road.

Personal Observations

Gail Albert Halaban’s series, Out My Window, documents community life through a detached yet intimate lens.