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MIF: Enduring Legacies

As part of Manchester International Festival, True Faith brings together work by notable artists, such as Peter Saville and Barbara Kruger.

Photographic Reproduction

Luxembourg & Dayan’s The End of Collage, curated by Yuval Etgar, is a captivating survey highlighting the breadth of collage in the 20th century.

Immersive Cinematography

Toby Dye’s The Corridor is a love letter to the work of Stanley Kubrick. The video installation has been shortlisted for the 2017 Aesthetica Art Prize.

Experiential Composition

Anastasia Schipanova represents a new generation of Russian contemporary artists, who mix expressionism, symbolism and abstractionism.

Momentary Elegance

Award-winning artist Jasper Udink ten Cate combines his work as a chef and as an artist, specialising in food, tableware design, paintings and graphics.

Redefined Environments

In Minimal Pure, digital artist and art director Feridun Akgüngör combines architectural forms and expanses of sky to create dynamic, utopian vignettes.

Sculptural Intersection

Jakarta-based photography duo Sally / Emily’s White Tokyo series combines the clean, minimalist lines of Japanese architecture with contemporary styling.

Politicised Symbols

Flesh tones and bold textures bring a sense of the body into the stripped space of white walls and floor-to-ceiling windows at London’s Parasol Unit.

Recontextualised Media

Skarstedt’s exploration of appropriation and how it has been pursued by different generations features works by leading artists from the 1960s to the present day.

VOLTA NY: An International Showcase

With a focus on solo artistic practice, VOLTA NY is dedicated to championing cutting-edge practitioners and rising stars from all over the world.

Dynamic Surfaces

Founded and run by British designer Beth Travers, BOBO1325 is a boutique design studio specialising in bespoke wallpaper and surface pattern designs.

Oppositional Dialogues

For taxidermist and jeweller, Julia deVille, the most considered aspect of creation is finding a balance between pathos, humour and dignified realism.

Reflective Disillusionment

American Painting in the 1930s: The Age of Anxiety, at the Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris, feels topical in a year characterised – for many people – by uncertainty.

LCC Postgraduate Shows: Conceptual Engagements

In conversation with Aesthetica, the college discusses this year’s visions for their postgraduate shows, engaging with global topics and debates.

Fred Herzog’s Innovative Colour

Fred Herzog | Modern Color surveys the life and work of the the Canadian artist, one of the most known figures for his unusual use of colour in the 1950s and 1960s.

Conscious Developments

Gazelli Art House, London, introduces their new exhibition toute seule this January. An all-female show responds collectively to the modern world.

Sally Mann: Remembered Light

A body of black-and-white photographs inspired by Cy Twombly, and taken by renowned American Photographer Sally Mann between 1999 and 2012, are on display at Gagosian, New York.

Erwin Olaf: Documenting the Ruinart Crayères

Each year, the House of Ruinart highlights the work of one artist through a collaboration. This year internationally recognised Erwin Olaf was selected.

Landscape as Arena

Julian Charrière’s new show opens at Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, with three different bodies of work. We catch up with the artist about the exhibition,

Anthony Caro: Artist Boss, New Art Centre, Roche Court

Artist Boss opens at the New Art Centre, Roche Court, showcasing research into the lives of artist assistants – particularly those associated with Anthony Caro.

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