Q+A with Ceramic Artist Jenni Eleutheriades

Q+A with Ceramic Artist Jenni Eleutheriades

Jenni Eleutheriades is a Sydney-based ceramic artist specialising in crystalline glazing. We talk to her about how she creates such intricate pieces.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 22 Days to Go, Sculpture

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 22 Days to Go, Sculpture

Ben Rowe’s sculptures are industrial objects made by hand from Valchromat. As part of our countdown, we speak to the artist about his practice and Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 longlisted work.

Interview with CODE Art Fair Curators, Copenhagen

Interview with CODE Art Fair Curators, Copenhagen

This year sees the launch of new art fair CODE in Copenhagen. We speak to CODE curators about the inauguration of the upcoming event and its ethos of making good art accessible to everyone.

Alexey Morosov: Contemporary Classics

Alexey Morosov: Contemporary Classics

More than thirty works selected for Pontifex Maximus exhibition represent an eloquent synthesis of an artistic research, accomplished during Alexey Morosov’s career that spans more than twenty years.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 24 Days to Go, Painting

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 24 Days to Go, Painting

Jennifer López Ayala is one of this year’s Aesthetica Art Prize finalists. As part of our official Call for Entries Countdown, we speak to the artist about her relationship with space, time and eggshells.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 26 Days to Go. Sculpture

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 26 Days to Go. Sculpture

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 call for entries countdown continues today looking at Owen Waterhouse. His sculpture Möbius 1.00 (2014) selected for last year’s Aesthetica Art Prize shortlist.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries: 27 Days to Go

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries: 27 Days to Go

In the Aesthetica Art Prize call for entries countdown, we highlight Katherine Anne Rose’s longlisted piece No.4 – a visual exploration of the more theoretical side of mathematics and geometry.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

As August brings Olympics-mania to our TV screens, our 5 To See lines up engaging alternatives this season. From Berlin and London to Los Angeles, we present a fresh selection of shows for summer.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries: 28 Days To Go, Winners & Finalists

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries: 28 Days To Go, Winners & Finalists

The Aesthetica Art Prize is back for its 10th instalment. With 28 days to go to enter your artwork, we take a look at past winners and finalists, focusing on their ensuing successes since their exposure.

Land, Sea and Air, The New Art Gallery Walsall

Land, Sea and Air, The New Art Gallery Walsall

Bringing together a diverse group of international artists, The New Art Gallery Walsall delves into the notion of the map, and the different connotations attached to this inspiring source material.

Asia Hotel Art Fair, Seoul

Asia Hotel Art Fair, Seoul

First established in 2008, Asia Hotel Art Fair is today one of Asia’s principal international art events. Dedicated to the promotion of the Asian art market, AHAF is Asia’s first and largest hotel art fair.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 30 Days to Go

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: 30 Days to Go

Conspiracies of silence, of hidden agendas and of their repercussions are the driving forces behind Rachel Ara’s work. We speak to Ara, winner of the Aesthetica Art Prize, about her latest projects.

Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva, Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham Lakeside Arts

Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva, Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham Lakeside Arts

This August, Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham, unveils Making Beauty: a large-scale display of work by Macedonian born artist Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva. Curated by Neil Walker and Gill Hedley.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: One Month to Go

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: One Month to Go

As the month of August unfolds, we invite you to explore a variety of artists, themes and disciplines from the Aesthetica Art Prize in our countdown to the 2016 Call for Entries deadline.

Melodrama Act I: Luxembourgh & Dayan, London

Melodrama Act I: Luxembourgh & Dayan, London

Melodrama is an exhibition taking place in two acts and in two locations by Luxembourg & Dayan in collaboration by curator Francesco Bonami.

Bruce Conner, It’s All True, MoMA, New York

Bruce Conner, It’s All True, MoMA, New York

MoMA stages Bruce Conner’s (1933–2008) first monographic museum exhibition in New York. Comprised of 250 objects, It’s All True is the largest survey of the artist’s work in 16 years.

The Other Art Fair Bristol

The Other Art Fair Bristol

One of the UK’s best-loved fair to meet and buy art direct from fresh talent and undiscovered artists, The Other Art Fair (TOAF), returns to Bristol’s waterside Arnolfini this weekend. From 22-24 July.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

As temperatures soar this week, we take a break from the sun with a fresh pick of shows. Our 5 To See draws us into the world of William Eggleston and recollects the importance of The Beat Generation.

Edinburgh Art Festival 2016

Edinburgh Art Festival 2016

The UK’s largest annual festival of visual art returns to Edinburgh on 28 July with a dynamic programme of partner exhibitions and pop-up events taking place across the Scottish capital.

Manifesta 11: Helmhaus and Löwenbräukunst

Manifesta 11: Helmhaus and Löwenbräukunst

Löwenbräukunst and Helmhaus are amongst the main exhibition venues at Manifesta 11 2016, including installation, video, sculpture and photography works exploring diverse ideas.

Simon Starling and Graham Eatough, At Twilight, Holmwood House and The Common Guild, Glasgow

Simon Starling and Graham Eatough, At Twilight, Holmwood House and The Common Guild, Glasgow

The Common Guild, Glasgow, announces details of a new performance, entitled At Twilight: A play for two actors, one dancer, eight masks, staged in conjunction with its summer exhibition, At Twilight.

Q+A with Caroline Achaintre, BALTIC

Q+A with Caroline Achaintre, BALTIC

Opening a new exhibition at Baltic, Gateshead, Aesthetica talk to Caroline Achaintre about her influences and labour-intensive practice.

5 To See: Liverpool Biennial

5 To See: Liverpool Biennial

From American ceramist Betty Woodman’s colourful, bright pieces to Mark Leckey’s Dream English Kid, we handpick five shows that reflect the diversity, scope and scale of this year’s Liverpool Biennial.

Interview with Adriana Salazar, Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 & The Himalayan Gardens

Interview with Adriana Salazar, Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 & The Himalayan Gardens

Adriana Salazar’s installations displace the boundaries between life and death. Moving Plant #32 features a bamboo branch sourced from the Himalayan Gardens in Ripon.

Calder & Fischli/Weiss, Fondation Beyeler, Riehen/Basel

Calder & Fischli/Weiss, Fondation Beyeler, Riehen/Basel

Fondation Beyeler’s summer exhibition focuses on the idea of balance in the works of pioneering American sculptor Alexander Calder and playful, Swiss duo Peter Fischli and David Weiss.

Mona Hatoum: Poetic and Political, Tate Modern, London

Mona Hatoum: Poetic and Political, Tate Modern, London

As one of the most important artists of her generation, Mona Hatoum withholds important political sentiments and a poetically charged oeuvre.

Jason deCaires Taylor: Museo Atlantico

Jason deCaires Taylor: Museo Atlantico

In Museo Atlantico, Jason deCaires Taylor responds to the ongoing humanitarian crisis that has left millions of refugees seeking for shelter.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

With the Wimbledon finals fast approaching and temperatures creeping up, our 5 to See handpicks a series of thought-provoking presentations to ease you into the month of July.

Q+A with Experimental Artist Val Wecerka

Q+A with Experimental Artist Val Wecerka

Val Wecerka’s practice demonstrates a curiosity with both form and content. We catch up with her to discuss the stimuli behind her diverse oeuvre.

Manifesta 11, The European Biennial of Contemporary Art

Manifesta 11, The European Biennial of Contemporary Art

Manifesta’s 11th edition runs until 18 September. The nomadic festival was initiated in response to the new social, political and cultural reality that emerged in the aftermath of the Cold War.

Marcus Harvey: Inselaffe at Jerwood Gallery

Marcus Harvey: Inselaffe at Jerwood Gallery

With a wry sensibility, Leeds-born Marcus Harvey explores what it means to be British, deconstructing identity through a collision of humour and art.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries: Interview with Longlisted Artist Nick Dunmur

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries: Interview with Longlisted Artist Nick Dunmur

Nick Dunmur’s photography examines broader concepts and themes that involve and engage us all, whether we are aware of them or not. In offering his perspective on those things, he hopes to prompt others to consider their own.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

As June draws to an end and we celebrate the start of July, we explore a selection of shows to brighten your summer. In London, American Painter Alex Katz reflects on the transitory nature of light and Pure Fiction connects literature and art in a presentation of work by authors and artists in Paris.

Schwitters Miró Arp, Hauser & Wirth

Schwitters Miró Arp, Hauser & Wirth

Hauser & Wirth unites the practices of Kurt Schwitters and Hans Arp, in the context of works by the Joan Miró, in a new show to mark the centenary of the Dada movement in the city of its birth.

Liverpool Biennial 2016

Liverpool Biennial 2016

This year, the UK’s largest contemporary art festival, Liverpool Biennial, sees 42 artists creating work at locations across the city, from Tate Liverpool to Cains Brewery to local supermarkets.

The Keeper, New Museum, New York

The Keeper, New Museum, New York

The impulse to preserve and save objects, which is fundamental to the whole enterprise of museums, galleries and other collections, comes under scrutiny in the New Museum’s latest multi-floor exhibition.

Louise Nevelson, Pace Gallery, London

Louise Nevelson, Pace Gallery, London

At Pace London, the gallery has come alive with Louise Nevelson’s ingenious forethought that was at the epicentre of illustrious career and life.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

The last weekend in June promises a plethora of diverse shows, harking the continuation of a summer full of innovative and thought-provoking works of art. Featured artists include Mary Heilmann, Thomas Demand and more.

David Smith, Form in Colour, Hauser & Wirth Zürich

David Smith, Form in Colour, Hauser & Wirth Zürich

This summer Hauser & Wirth Zürich celebrates the work of the late American sculptor, painter and draughtsman, David Smith. The artist transformed the innovations of European modernism into a richly diverse new artistic language.

Calder and Fischli/Weiss, Fondation Beyeler, Switzerland

Calder and Fischli/Weiss, Fondation Beyeler, Switzerland

Works of Alexander Calder and Fischli/Weiss, from the early and late-twentieth century are now in dialogue, thanks to the Fondation Beyeler.