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Design Values

Design Values

Melbourne Design Week will examine the value of good design and showcase the work of regional and international creatives in a city-wide event.

Social Responses

Social Responses

Jenny Sabin Studio has been selected as the winner of this year’s Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1’s, New York, Young Architects Program.

Transitional Imagery

Transitional Imagery

Dr. Chris Meigh-Andrews specialises in screen works, installation, sculpture and projections, as well as being an editor and professor for moving image.

Radical Transformations

Radical Transformations

The Arts Council Collection sheds new light on the rich and diverse nature of 1960s art, casting fresh perspectives over the creations of the period.

Interrelated Materials

Interrelated Materials

An exhibition at Mudam Luxembourg testifies to the diversity and compositional flair of Cragg’s oeuvre, showing a selection of work from over the past two decades.

Contemporary Categorisation

Contemporary Categorisation

Photography, objects and antiques come together for the National Gallery of Victoria’s encyclopaedic display Patrick Pound: The Great Exhibition.

Reflective Structures

Reflective Structures

For his first solo show since 2010, and the first in the new space at Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, James Casebere returns to exploring interior spaces.

Redefining Gender

Redefining Gender

A major group exhibition of contemporary women artists responds to The Fine Art Society’s, London, showcase of the radical and androgynous artist Gluck.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

This week’s 5 to see reflects on the quotidian, such as Agnieszka Polska’s reinvention of average objects to muse on the linear nature of time.

Tumultuous Absorption

Tumultuous Absorption

The Abstract Expressionism show at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is fresh from a groundbreaking run at London’s Royal Academy of Arts.

Participatory Environments

Participatory Environments

Dylan Fox’s practice explores the physical, medical, emotional and social elements of gender transition, specifically designing works to replicate feelings of frustration.

Hull UK City of Culture 2017

Hull UK City of Culture 2017

Hull UK City of Culture 2017 recently launched, kick-starting a 365 day programme of cultural events and creativity inspired by the area.

A’ Design Awards & Competition: Call for Entries

A’ Design Awards & Competition: Call for Entries

The A’ Design Award was founded in 2010 in order to highlight, advertise and become an advocate for design that looks towards a better future.

Historical Transformations

Historical Transformations

Mahmoud Bakhshi centres on the infamous Cinema Rex fire in Abadan, South Iran, as the focus of a new immersive installation.

Art Rotterdam 2017

Art Rotterdam 2017

The Van Nelle Fabriek factory will play host to the eighteenth edition of Art Rotterdam, returning this February for a celebration of the industry.

Ritualised Beliefs

Ritualised Beliefs

Nathan Coley explores the ways that architecture reflects on and conditions the social environment at Parafin Gallery, London.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

This week’s 5 To See reflects on the everyday experiences, from a consideration of migration, to an examination of rapidly increasing capitals.

Digitalised Constructivism

Digitalised Constructivism

Thomas Dane gallery, London, hosts Kasten’s first solo, UK-based exhibition, introducing the medium of moving image for the first time.

Interrogating Architecture

Interrogating Architecture

Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, questions what we know and understand about architecture in the group exhibition [Re]construct.

Negative Space

Negative Space

Through film and sculpture, with a particular emphasis on sound, Oliver Beer considers the physical properties and emotional values of objects.

Aesthetica Issue 75 Available Now

Aesthetica Issue 75 Available Now

The February / March edition of Aesthetica Magazine focuses on the beauty of pausing for a while in response to contemporary existence.

Pioneering Conceptuality

Pioneering Conceptuality

Serpentine Gallery, London, charts the career and legacy of John Latham, a figure regarded as a pioneer of British conceptual art.

Cylindrical Phenomena

Cylindrical Phenomena

Perception, movement and the relationship between the viewer and their surroundings are central themes within Olafur Eliasson’s practice.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

A focus on digitalisation forms the central strand of this week’s 5 to see, encompassing surveillance technologies right through to science fiction.

The Legacy of Science Fiction

The Legacy of Science Fiction

A festival-style exhibition delves into the storytelling roots of science fiction, a genre which has captures imaginations around the world for decades.

India Art Fair 2017

India Art Fair 2017

India Art Fair is South Asia’s principal showcase of contemporary art and a gateway to the region’s cultural produce returning to New Delhi from 2-5 February.

Subaquatic Sculpture

Subaquatic Sculpture

Located off the coast of Lanzarote, Europe’s first underwater museum lies in wait beneath the waves, the Museo Atlántico took two years to complete.

5 To See

5 To See

The exhibitions in this week’s 5 To See combine mediums to create intense multidisciplinary compositions which muse on contemporary events.

Paradoxical Spaces

Paradoxical Spaces

The idea of “negative space” is essential to British artist Oliver Beer, who confronts the audience with what is not there and highlights the emotional value of objects.

Metropolitan Camouflage

Metropolitan Camouflage

The highly artistic vision of Hong-Kong based Nadim Abbas is surveyed in Camoufleur, a site-specific installation combing camouflage and the public gaze.

Rejecting Aesthetics

Rejecting Aesthetics

Whitechapel Gallery is looking back and assessing Eduardo Paolozzi’s (1924-2005) spectrum of work across collage, sculpture and print.

Louise Nevelson: Sculpted Consciousness

Louise Nevelson: Sculpted Consciousness

Cortesi Gallery, Lugano, plays host to a selection of 29 pieces from the late Louise Nevelson, spanning two decades from the 1960s to 1980s.

Keith Sonnier: Neon Innovation

Keith Sonnier: Neon Innovation

Pace Gallery traces the artistic legacy of Keith Sonnier, exploring his career from early pieces in neon and mixed media, to a vibrant new series Ebo River.

Kasten: Spatial Materiality

Barbara Kasten’s restless innovation and unique artistic vision comes to the fore of Intervals, an exhibition that encompasses both historic and recent work.

Monica Bonvicini: Charged Structures

Monica Bonvicini: Charged Structures

At the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, Bonvicini undermines the relationship between architecture and sexuality.

5 To See This Weekened

5 To See This Weekened

This week’s 5-to-see has an inherent interest in juxtaposition, in the contrasts founds between past and present, the real and the fictional.

Psychedelic Experimentation

Psychedelic Experimentation

The psychedelic and experimental spirit of Yayoi Kusama is celebrated in a recent exhibition. Infinity Mirrors is an examination of her lasting legacy.

Transitional Environments

Transitional Environments

ShanghART Gallery marked its 20th anniversary with the opening of Holzwege, taking its title from the philosopher Martin Heidegger.

Nick Cave: Social Installations

Nick Cave: Social Installations

Social injustice is a common theme in the works of Nick Cave; this installation stems from the deaths of Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown in police hands.

Liz West: Sensory Experiences

Liz West: Sensory Experiences

Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 finalist Liz West returns to her hometown of Barnsley in a retrospective at The Civic depicting a vivid approach to light and colour.

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