Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: Artist Marie Brenneis

In the countdown to the Aesthetica Art Prize call for submissions deadline on 31 August 2014, we look in focus at artists from the latest award. Conceptual artist Marie Brenneis was featured in the Video, Installation & Performance category.

PHotoEspaña 2014, Madrid

What has, for the last 16 years, been an ambitious programme of photography exhibitions throughout Madrid has shifted course. This year’s PHotoEspaña presents exclusively Spanish photography, organised with participating venues.

Interview with Kyler Zeleny: Aesthetica Art Prize Longlisted Artist

Kyler Zeleny’s work focuses on the family album and found Polaroids. His current interests relate to rural mythology, in which he using photography to explore cultures. Zeleny was longlisted in the 2014 Aesthetica Art Prize with his piece Broken Road.

Summertime Salon, Robin Rice Gallery, New York

Every year Robin Rice curates Summertime Salon, a showcase to exhibit the best of her collected artists’ strengths and aesthetics. Representing 56 artists, one of the most exciting parts of the Summertime Salon is the introduction of new artists and of new work by established practitioners.

Review of Looking Out From The CCCS, Vivid Projects, Birmingham

From 1964 until 2002, a unique blend of teaching, student engagement and documentation that took place at Birmingham’s Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCCS).

Folkestone Triennial 2014, Citywide, Folkestone

One of the UK’s most ambitious art exhibitions, the third edition of Folkestone Triennial commissions a number of internationally recognised artists to create a collection of new works to be exhibited in Folkestone’s public spaces under the title, Lookout.

Guido Guidi, Veramente, Huis Marseille, Amsterdam

Huis Marseille in Amsterdam showcases the first retrospective of Guido Guidi. Spanning a 40 year career, Guidi’s work in photography highlights his early interest in architecture and explores the environment around him.

One & Other: Aesthetica Art Prize Unveils £5,000 Award

The Aesthetica Art Prize is an opportunity to advance your profile on the international art scene and is open to all artists worldwide. One & Other highlights the opportunities presented by the 2015 Aesthetica Art Prize awards.

Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology – Top 100 Emerging Artists

Inside the Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology, works from exciting new and emerging artists from around the world are displayed with an accompanying biography and artist’s statement.

Liverpool Contemporary Arts Fair, World Museum Liverpool

In conjunction with the opening of the Liverpool Biennial this weekend, Liverpool Contemporary Arts Fair launches at World Museum today. The event is Britain’s newest international art fair, showcasing work by artists from over 50 international galleries.

Review of Bow Arts Open Studios

During the evening of Friday 27 June and the following Saturday afternoon, the artists of Bow Road Studios in London opened their private working spaces and courtyard to the public.

Memory Lane at la galerie du jour agnès b, Paris

Memory Lane explicitly prompts memories as a result of reconstructed history through the means of art. It’s the series of photographs, Tito in War by Milomir Kovačević, that commemorates Tito’s portrait in after-war public spaces.

Aesthetica Art Prize 2014 People’s Choice Award Winner: Sybille Neumeyer

Votes have been counted for the Aesthetica Art Prize People’s Choice Award, and we are delighted to announce that Sybille Neumeyer is the winner. Her work refers to the endangerment of bees.

Interview with Lizzie Cawthray, Director of Needle

Lizzie Cawthray is challenging the outdated notions of knitwear with her fresh, stylish and playful company, Needle. After working as the knitwear product developer at LK Bennet, Cawthray decided to focus her attentions on the versatile material.

Interview: Virginia Damtsa, Co-Founder of Riflemaker

Virginia Damtsa is a contemporary art dealer and the Co-Founder of Riflemaker gallery in London. Moving to Paris when she was selected by the Opera National de Paris to train for a career in dance, she studied in Belgium, New York and Cambridge before moving to London.

Made in Mexico, Fashion and Textile Museum, London

The Fashion and Textile Museum has recently opened its new exhibition Made in Mexico. Curator and artist Hilary Simon has sought to explore and reveal elements of the narrative of Mexico’s history.

The Press: Aesthetica Art Prize Raised to £5,000

The Aesthetica Art Prize is open for entries, with a new prize of £5,000 for the Main Prize Winner in addition to group exhibition, publication in an anthology of 100 top emerging artists and editorial coverage in the magazine.

PhotoIreland Festival, Dublin

The theme for the fifth edition of PhotoIreland Festival is Truth, Fact, Fiction, Lies. Looking at how photography is used for storytelling, the festival presents 27 photographers exhibiting in various venues around the city centre.

The Photographic Object, 1970, Hauser & Wirth, NY

Peter Bunnell’s 1970 MoMA show Photography Into Sculpture proved a landmark in photographic practice, through its presentation of images arranged in a sculptural manner.

Danny Lyon, The Bikeriders, ATLAS Gallery, London

For the first time in the UK, 40 modern prints from Danny Lyon’s The Bikeriders will be showcased at ATLAS Gallery. Lyon immersed himself into the culture of the Chicago Outlaws Motorcycle Club from 1963 to 1967 and these images are an iconic representation of that time.