Review of Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2014, The Photographer’s Gallery

Shortlisted with Alberto García-Alix, Jochen Lempert and Lorna Simpson for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize was photographer Richard Mosse, who deservingly took home this year’s prize.

The Aesthetica Art Prize Announces £5,000 Award

The Aesthetica Art Prize is a celebration of excellence in art from across the world and offers artists the opportunity to showcase their work to wider audiences and further their involvement in the international art world.

Final Week to Visit the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition

The Aesthetica Art Prize exhibition presents eight shortlisted artists contributing outstanding works to contemporary art and will continue to run until 22 June showcasing artistic talent from around the world in a ground-breaking group show.

Cast Your Vote in the Aesthetica Art Prize People’s Choice Award

Aesthetica is inviting visitors to cast their vote for the Aesthetica Art Prize People’s Choice Award. The exhibition, housed at York St Mary’s – York Art Gallery’s contemporary art space, runs until 22 June and presents the work of eight shortlisted artists.

Tallulah Rendall: The Banshee And The Moon, Rebecca Hossack Gallery

Tallulah Rendall is not a woman for half-measures. Having shed her six-piece band, the songstress stands feet astride, juggling acrobatic vocals, loop pedals and guitars in a tumult of folk fury.

Serpentine Park Nights, Serpentine Pavilion, Kensington Gardens

Throughout the summer and autumn, the Serpentine Galleries will once again present Park Nights, an annual series of live art events, incorporating poetry, music, film, literature and performance. It takes place on selected Friday evenings in the Serpentine Pavilion 2014.

Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition 2014, York St Mary’s

Main Prize winner Sybille Neumeyer presents her mesmerising installation, Song For the Last Queen, within the group exhibition that also features Student Prize Winner Harriet Lewars.

Interview with Photographer Uldus Bakhtiozina

Born in 1986 in St Petersburg, photographer Uldus Bakhtiozina has long been impacted by her Russian heritage. Working on a new book that explores the fairy tales of pagan Russia, Bakhtiozina looks for the stories behind the image.

START Art Fair, Saatchi Gallery, 26-29 June, London

START art fair is limited to 44 young galleries showcasing artists from around the world. It offers exhibitors a global platform to display their artists’ work at an important stage in their development.

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2015: Call for Entries

The Aesthetica Art Prize, which is now open for entries, is an annual award given by the international art and culture publication Aesthetica Magazine. The prize celebrates excellence in art and design from across the world.

PHotoEspaña, Spain

This year PHotoEspaña will focus on Spanish photography, highlighting the rich energy and diversity offered by photographers across the generations. Now in its 17th edition, the festival is an extensive affair, showcasing 440 artists.

Aesthetica Art Prize Talks: Mark Doyle, Head of Collector Development North for the Contemporary Art Society

The series of art talks at the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition concludes with a discussion led by Mark Doyle, Head of Collector Development North for the Contemporary Art Society.

Review of George Chakravarthi: Thirteen, Impressions Gallery

Born in New Delhi in 1969, George Chakravarthi moved to the UK at the age of 10. It is therefore a reasonable expectation that the theme of identity is one explored in his work.

Dr. Harold Edgerton, Michael Hoppen Gallery, London

The inventive mind of Dr. Harold Edgerton is responsible for some of the world’s most pioneering photographic devices and techniques. As a scientist, Edgerton worked with the famous marine biologist Jacques-Yves Cousteau.

The London Festival of Architecture

The London Festival of Architecture (LFA) takes place throughout June, presenting a city-wide celebration of the capital’s extraordinary buildings and landmarks.

Ephemeral Structures

Focusing upon urban ruins and condemned buildings, Thomas Jorion reinvigorates abandoned spaces and forgotten architecture.

Stylised Vision

With a youthful, bright and beautiful aesthetic, creative duo Julia Galdo and Cody Cloud make colourful and experimental images that exude style and an imaginative approach to life.

Intersecting Locations

Avoiding overbearing subject-matter, Robert Adams’ photographs are often taken from a distance and are minimalist in character, searching for the fragile beauty which is found in the ordinary.

Restaging the Past

Stan Douglas builds his staged images around recognisable themes from literature and cinema, borrowing from such genres as the Wild West or murder mystery, or the work of Beckett and Kafka.

Art and Revolution

A exhibition explores Iranian modern and contemporary art, shining a spotlight on visual culture in Iran and examining the impact of history on artistic production.