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5 to See: This Weekend

From innovative 21st century software to pioneering post-war photography, shows opening at the end of October hold up a mirror to society.

Issue 85 Available Now

Curiosity is the fuel for innovation and creativity is the ignition for invention. The October / November issue, Making An Impact, is a celebration of ideas.

Spatial Experimentation

Questioning notions of perception, Space Shifters at Hayward Gallery, London, offers a playful and immersive experience through 20 practitioners.

Video Profile: Donghwan Ko

Donghwan Ko lives and works between London and Seoul, exploring notions of home and the spaces inbetween.

Video Profile: Changyeon Lee

New York-based Changyeon Lee’s practice specialises in kinetic sculpture through the use of mechanical components and natural objects.

AAP: Reinventing the Landscape

With just one week left of our call for entries, we select five artists from the Aesthetica Art Prize who draw on the natural world for inspiration.

Adaptable Cities

Experimental design practice Studio INI unveil a kinetic installation at London Design Biennale, responding to the theme of Emotional States.

The Aesthetica Art Prize: Judges Announced

We are delighted to announce the judging panel for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2019, comprising influential art figures across a range of media.

Artists to Watch

Calling upon innovative practices, get inspired by winners from the past five years of the Aesthetica Art Prize. Entries open until 30 August.

Holzer: Lyrical Visions

For over four decades, Jenny Holzer’s impulse has been to investigate the authority of language. Tate Modern celebrate the poignancy of this intent.

10 Sculptures from AAP

During the last month of submissions, the Aesthetica Art Prize collates 10 sculptors from past editions, foregrounding imaginative responses.

Social Mediations

Nothing Stable Under Heaven features works by 25 artists drawn from SFMOMA’s contemporary collection focusing on social and political resistance.

Transcendent Sculptures

An exhibition of new work by Nathaniel Rackowe at Letitia Beirut examines the changing nature of the built environment, reflecting on urban dwellings.

Considering Artifice

The topic of editing, cropping and filtering, as well as the impact of digital circulation, is addressed in several exhibitions and publications this month.

Profiling Innovation

A new book by Libby Sellers, Women Design, profiles 21 pioneers who have shaped the design world over the past 100 years, redressing the gender balance.

Digital Critique

I Was Raised on the Internet looks at a specific moment in time to explore the rapid cultural shifts the world has experienced since the millennium.

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.

Radiant Environments

Is light really limited to the ocular or can it be abstracted to gain shape and volume? That’s the gamble behind NONOTAK, a Paris-based collective.

Imaginative Installation

From interactive spaces to emotive machines, this year’s Aesthetica Art Prize shortlist is rich in the possibilities of installation art.

Future Greats 2018 Winners

The winners have been announced for the 2018 Aesthetica Art Prize, an international showcase of innovative and contemporary artworks.

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