Environmental Resonance

For Marciano Art Foundation’s second artistic project, Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson takes over the expansive Theater Gallery.

Literary Inspirations

Italo Calvino’s Le città invisibili is the inspiration behind Invisible Cities: Architecture of the Line at Waddington Custot, London.

Formal Progression

Work by Aesthetica Art Prize artist William Braithwaite is showcased as part of the Royal Scottish Academy’s tenth New Contemporaries .

Rapturous Installations

From March, a more intimate retrospective of Yayoi Kusama, 2014’s most popular artist, is on show at Omer Tiroche Gallery, London.

The Immediacy of Form

The post-industrial landscape of northern England forms the inspiration for Theo Simpson’s innovative blend of photography, sculpture and installation.

Sounding Survival

During the final weekend of New Orleans’ triennial, Prospect 4 will be answered by an unsettling echo from across the Mississippi from Kara Walker.

Intimate Processes

Attila Olah is a Liverpool Hope University graduate whose practice revolves around symbolism, manipulating forms and pushing the boundaries of ceramics and ice sculpture.

10 to See: The Armory Show

The creative landscape is constantly expanding to welcome new approaches. The Armory Show offers opportunities for dialogue and discovery.

Geometric Symmetry

A new release from Hatje Cantz documents the installation of Fred Sandback’s sculptures at Casa Estudio Luis Barragán, Mexico.

Aesthetica Issue 81 Available Now

The new issue, Beyond the Horizon, pays homage to the power of the individual, demonstrating how what makes us special is our ability to innovate.

Spatial Encounters

Serge Alain Nitegeka’s practice engages with how manipulations of colour and volume influence the experience and understanding of space.

Chronicling Resistance

In 1960, a devastating earthquake destroyed much of the Moroccan city of Agadir. Yto Barrada addresses the process of reinvention .

Fragmented Environments

Robert Irwin’s new immersive installation plays with notions of place by responding to the architectural forms of Sprüth Magers, Berlin‘s modernist gallery space. The exhibition…

5 to See: This Weekend

Exhibitions running 20-21 January offer viewers the opportunity to reflect on the modern world, building platforms for introspection.

Complex Representations

In an age of gratuitous image editing and fake news, it is hard to distinguish artificiality from reality. Alex Prager investigates this confusion.

5 to See: This Weekend

Structures define the everyday human experience. The selection for 6-7 December examines the varied manifestations of the term.

Renumerated Layers

A recently opened exhibition of Monika Sosnowska at Hauser & Wirth, London, titled Structural Exercises, examines underlying layers of buildings.

Being There: New Associations

Straddling the physical and the digital, modern life is increasingly hard to pin down. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art explores what it means to be alive today.

Hypnotic Synthesis

Marguerite Humeau’s Echoes transfigure Tate Britain’s gallery space into a mesmerising yellow environment. that combines sound and sculpture.

Fluorescent Materiality

Alex Da Corte’s BAD LAND transforms the architectural space of Josh Lilley Gallery, London, into a colourful three-dimensional film set.