India Art Fair 2015, New Delhi

India Art Fair 2015, New Delhi

India’s premier modern and contemporary art fair returns to New Delhi for its 7th edition. Supported by YES Bank, India Art Fair is one of…

Top 10 Exhibitions in 2014

Top 10 Exhibitions in 2014

2014 has been a great year for contemporary art exhibitions. The huge range of practices on display demonstrates the variety of artistic approaches being developed…

Built from Life, Abraham Cruzvillegas in Aesthetica Magazine

Built from Life, Abraham Cruzvillegas in Aesthetica Magazine

Mexican artist Abraham Cruzvillegas’ sculptures appear haphazard, disjointed and improvisational – and they are. Inspired by his parental home in Ajusco, a district in the…

Review of Allen Jones, Royal Academy of Arts, London

Review of Allen Jones, Royal Academy of Arts, London

There is more to Allen Jones than those tables. As if to acknowledge this fact, the curators of this retrospective have placed two of them…

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

With Christmas just around the corner, its time to weave some creativity into the busy festive schedule. In our 5 To See This Weekend we…

The Art Fund Launch Nationwide Search for Museum of the Year 2015

The Art Fund Launch Nationwide Search for Museum of the Year 2015

The Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year launches its competition for 2015. The search for the next top UK museum or gallery begins…

Playtime: Nine Artists Celebrate the Iconic Venue, Cornerhouse, Manchester

Playtime: Nine Artists Celebrate the Iconic Venue, Cornerhouse, Manchester

Moving sites in spring 2015, Manchester-based cross art form organisation, Cornerhouse, closes its current space with nine international artists, filmmakers and musicians celebrating the iconic…

Self, Ordovas Gallery, London

Self, Ordovas Gallery, London

In Self, the current exhibition on display at Ordovas Gallery, London, artistic mastery by four of the most revered artists of the 20th century, Pablo…

Review of Diversity: Malaysia Arts, London

Review of Diversity: Malaysia Arts, London

The end of November saw canvas and canapés meet at the opening night of Diversity: Malaysia Arts. Organised by the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation…

Latitude Platform for Brazilian Art Galleries Abroad, Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami

Latitude Platform for Brazilian Art Galleries Abroad, Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami

Latitude Platform for Brazilian Art Galleries Abroad brings an energetic programme to Art Basel Miami Beach. Over the next few days, the Latitude programme will…

An Aesthetica Magazine Gift Subscription is the Perfect Christmas Present

An Aesthetica Magazine Gift Subscription is the Perfect Christmas Present

For those who are passionate about contemporary art and culture, Aesthetica Magazine is the ultimate guide for keeping up-to-date with the latest news from the…

5 To See at Art Basel Miami Beach

5 To See at Art Basel Miami Beach

Art Basel Miami Beach brings together contemporary works for its extensive art fair from over 250 participating galleries worldwide. Running from 4-7 December, the exhibition…

Hayward Touring Show: Art from Elsewhere, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

Hayward Touring Show: Art from Elsewhere, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

A Hayward Touring Show with support from the Art Fund, Art from Elsewhere brings together works that depict different realities of profound global change. This…

Unconventional Design: Discover Aesthetica Issue 62 with the Official Trailer

The December/ January issue of Aesthetica is now available to purchase online and in stores internationally. In Issue 62, Aesthetica focuses on the idea of…

Aesthetica Issue 62 December / January Out Now

Aesthetica Issue 62 December / January Out Now

Issue 62 of Aesthetica is out in shops now. One of the most thrilling discoveries is someone who is breaking new ground and embodying the…

Inclusive Practice, Martin Creed in Aesthetica Magazine

Inclusive Practice, Martin Creed in Aesthetica Magazine

At the 2001 Tate Turner Prize, Yorkshire-born artist Martin Creed (b. 1968) presented Work No. 227: The lights going on and off. Consisting of an…

Jake and Dinos Chapman: In the Realm of the Unmentionable , Jerwood Gallery, Hastings

Jake and Dinos Chapman: In the Realm of the Unmentionable , Jerwood Gallery, Hastings

Contemporary art duo known for their provocative and confrontational art, Jake and Dinos Chapman return to the town in which they grew up with previously…

Seeing Through Light: Selections from the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Collection

Seeing Through Light: Selections from the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Collection

Guggenheim Abu Dhabi’s new exhibition introduces the future museum’s curatorial vision through a theme-based collection presentation, featuring artworks by 18 international artists from the 1960s…

Shezad Dawood: Towards the Possible Film & Elín Jakobsdóttir: Eyes Cast, Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds

Shezad Dawood: Towards the Possible Film & Elín Jakobsdóttir: Eyes Cast, Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds

Shezad Dawood’s Towards the Possible Film brings together new film, textile painting and neon work, alongside his selected works from the collection to inspire a…

Realigning Architecture, Bernard Tschumi in Aesthetica Magazine

Realigning Architecture, Bernard Tschumi in Aesthetica Magazine

In recent years cultural institutions across the world have seen a renaissance in architecture and architectural presentation. The vigour and enthusiasm with which the development…

The Moderna Exhibition 2014: Society Acts, Moderna Museet Malmö, Sweden

The Moderna Exhibition 2014: Society Acts, Moderna Museet Malmö, Sweden

Every four years, the Moderna Exhibition presents an inventory of Swedish contemporary art, however this year the the focus is not only on Swedish, but…

Sarah and Joseph Belknap: BMO Harris Bank Chicago Works, MCA Chicago

Sarah and Joseph Belknap: BMO Harris Bank Chicago Works, MCA Chicago

Sarah and Joseph Belknap’s current practice reflects upon our place in the cosmos, their newest works which have been made for the exhibition include sculptures…

Harmonious Society, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester

Harmonious Society, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester

A key strand of Asia Triennial Manchester 2014, Harmonious Society is a major exhibition of new commissions and UK premieres featuring over 30 major artists…

Review of Who Are You? Grayson Perry, National Portrait Gallery

Review of Who Are You? Grayson Perry, National Portrait Gallery

Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry presents a provocative and fascinating new exhibition which makes us question identity in modern day Britain. Perry has become a…

Interview with Tom Woo, Founder and Director of HADA Contemporary

Interview with Tom Woo, Founder and Director of HADA Contemporary

HADA Contemporary is the first East Asian art gallery on Vyner Street, London. Representing a number of stunning artists, the gallery cultivates a conversation between…

Seventh Year for Artist Rooms On Tour, The National Galleries of Scotland and Tate Galleries.

Seventh Year for Artist Rooms On Tour, The National Galleries of Scotland and Tate Galleries

The National Galleries of Scotland and Tate announce their schedule for the seventh year of Artist Rooms On Tour. Next year, the Artist Rooms travelling…

Suspension Art at FIAC 2014, Grand Palais, Paris

Suspension Art at FIAC 2014, Grand Palais, Paris

This year FIAC was once again a resounding success. While the Grand Palais hosted well-established artists, and a few no-risk galleries, the (Off)icial branch of…

Freezer Burn, Hauser and Wirth, New York

Freezer Burn, Hauser and Wirth, New York

Drawing its title from the antithesis inherent to the making and the experience of art, Freezer Burn focuses on the idea that artists are able…

Review of Richard Serra, Gagosian Gallery, London

Review of Richard Serra, Gagosian Gallery, London

Currently on display at Gagosian Gallery at Britannia Street, London, Backdoor Pipeline, Ramble, Dead Load, London Cross sees acclaimed sculptor Richard Serra’s signature aesthetic extended…

The 41st Edition of FIAC, Foire Internationale d'Art Contemporain, Grand Palais, Paris

The 41st Edition of FIAC, Foire Internationale d'Art Contemporain, Grand Palais, Paris

The 41st edition of leading international art fair, FIAC brings 191 galleries from 26 countries into the vast space of Paris’ Grand Palais. The fair’s…

Review of Contemporary African Art Fair 1:54, London

Review of Contemporary African Art Fair 1:54, London

The alternate title of the Contemporary African Art Fair is a neat reference to its unification of the continent’s 54 constituent countries. Yet though the…

Enrique Martínez Celaya, The Seaman’s Crop, Parafin, London

Enrique Martínez Celaya, The Seaman’s Crop, Parafin, London

A selection of new work by Enrique Martínez Celaya is currently on show at Parafin. In The Seaman’s Crop, the Cuban-American artist’s first exhibition in…

Frieze London 2014: Highlights for the 12th Edition

Frieze London 2014: Highlights for the 12th Edition

The leading international contemporary art fair, Frieze London, returns to the heart of the UK’s capital, London’s Regent’s Park, for its 12th edition. Sponsored by…

Jo-ey Tang, curator at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, discusses Inside China

Jo-ey Tang, curator at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, discusses Inside China

Palais de Tokyo, Paris, continues to enhance it’s international agenda with Inside China – L’intérieur du Géant, running alongside the major exhibition, Inside, and opening…

The Other Art Fair, 16-19 October, London

The Other Art Fair, 16-19 October, London

The Other Art Fair places the spotlight on emerging artists and connects art lovers of all tastes and experience, directly with 130 of the most…

5 Exhibitions To See During Frieze London

5 Exhibitions To See During Frieze London

Throughout the month of October, London is bustling with the annually anticipated Frieze London Art Fair. Alongside the stimulating programme of contemporary art exhibits and…

Turner Prize 2014 Tate Britain, London

Turner Prize 2014 Tate Britain, London

The Turner Prize is an annual arts event never to be missed, and this year the shortlisted artists – Duncan Campbell, Ciara Phillips, James Richards…

Review of Gallery Weekend Mexico

Review of Gallery Weekend Mexico

In a sprawling megalopolis like Mexico City it can be a pain to get from one place to the next, making it complicated to coordinate…

Shinro Ohtake, Parasol Unit, London

Shinro Ohtake, Parasol Unit, London

The work of Japanese artist Shinro Ohtake appears in a solo exhibition at Parasol Unit, London, this autumn. Running 12 October – 12 December, the…

Aesthetica Issue 61 October/November Out Now

Aesthetica Issue 61 October/November Out Now

Aesthetica Issue 61 is now available to purchase online and in stores internationally. The new edition considers progress and change. There are a few questions…