Jessie Pitt (her work appeared in the June/July 2018 issue) will be at The Other Art Fair, 14-17 March at The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL. The piece shown here is entitled I Am Jealous of the Sun as it Shines on You.
Judit Horváth Lóczi
Won Moon and Won Woo Lee
Tamara Stoffers (her work appeared in the August/September2017 issue) has her first solo exhibition: The New Past at The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography. Until 30 June at Bolotnaya embankment 3, bld. 1, 119072 Moscow.
London-based sculptor Elizabeth de Monchaux is inspired by elusive spaces: something is or is not about to happen, and the gaps inbetween. She uses combinations of geometric forms to create abstract sculptures for exhibition and commission.
Aesthetica Artists' Directory: Current Artists' Profiles
The Aesthetica Artists’ Directory is a global network of artists engaging with the professional art world. In print, on our website and in social media we have created a forum for discussion and interactivity where artists, galleries, collectors, critics, curators and enthusiasts can meet and discover art from around the world.
A moving, curated platform of those shaping the industry today, each Directory runs concurrently in our bi-monthly magazine, including print and combined digital profiles that offer a gateway to boundary-pushing practices and innovative modes of thought. Below is a selection from the current issue. To view the artist’s full profile, click the preview.
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2b+photo (Tobias Meier) specialises in storytelling editorials for fashion and advertising, communicating brand aesthetics through highly stylised images.
Montréal-based Anne-Marie Giroux's practice focuses on conceptual projects through painting, sculpture and installations.
Anya Myagkikh explores the potential of lines and texture, revelling in the sheer joy of the creative process.
Referencing architecture, photography, design and geometry, each of Camila Quintero's works explore the three-dimensional quality of perspective.
Charles Xelot's project, There is Gas Under the Tundra, explores industrial development in the Arctic region, embracing social and environmental issues.
In the lens-based art of Christiane Zschommler, notebooks, photographs and personal documents become the starting point for reflecting upon her experiences within society.
Brazilian-Dutch painter Claudia Pombo offers an adapted view of nature and human situations. The piece shown here is The Sky is Not the Limit.
Of particular interest to Denise McAuliffe Hutchinson is the organic process by which the chosen materials shape the piece which emerges from a blank canvas.
Dilera Topaloglu blends reality with expressionism – capturing everyday moments and translating them through vivid colours and kinetic brushstrokes.
Doris Taussig is the creator of the popular emoticon-inspired character HappyTottii™, who features in numerous love-themed pieces.
London-based sculptor Elizabeth de Monchaux is inspired by elusive spaces: something is or is not about to happen, and the gaps inbetween.
Northern California-based artist Eric Wiles combines fine art and landscape photography to reveal dynamic images of natural beauty and manmade objects.
Eugene Grobler's self-reflective images express a sensibility for the human condition – with both mood and lighting contributing to their openness and vulnerability
Eva Gentner's works utilise a fragile, concrete fabric, created from cement cast on jute and mixed with pigments.
Falling into the discourse between tradition and innovation, Gilda Jabbari's photographs recreate 13th and 18th century Persian miniatures.
British-Iranian painter Hana Louise Shahnavaz uses vibrant pigments , semi-precious stones and plants to provide the colour schemes for each composition.
Drawn to the surreal and unsettling, Harriet Moutsopoulos seeks out the unexpected connections between humour and tragedy.
Fascinated by the connection between the physical and psychological, Hazuki Katagai asks: what would happen if we were to “wear" our feelings?
South Korean mixed media artist Hyunmin Cho currently lives and works in London. She creates three-dimensional works from discarded objects and detritus, repurposing abandoned elements…
Slovenian artist Irena Jurca utilises a self-reflective approach to understanding the invisible experiences of humanity.
Chilean-Peruvian Ivana de Vivanco is based in Germany, producing large, often life-sized, paintings that consider artificiality in image-making.
Jean Davis is a figurative abstractionist painter who integrates subjects into undefined environments to express subconscious thoughts and feelings.
Czech artist Jiří Kamenskich is interested in the ecological and archeological dimensions of our relationship to the landscape in the Anthropocene.
Well versed in abstract painting and installation, Judit Horváth Lóczi assembles playful constructions that reflect upon light and shadow.
Amsterdam-based artist Julia Aurora Guzmán produces sculptures and installations that play with the viewer’s perception.
Julijana Ravbar strives to make art that moves and inspires, whilst allowing the viewer to form an individualised connection with the work.
Karen Rao specialises in animal-inspired costume wear in the tactile medium of wool, which she finds rich in colour and dramatic in texture.
Through bold, patterned contradictions, Kiyora’s detailed papercutting works aim to depict the changing pockets of energy that make up our universe.
Klaus Lenzen is a Düsseldorf-based photographer. In his latest series, Pole Vault, he endeavours to portray sport from an aesthetic perspective.
Krytzia Dabdoub's large-scale paintings ruminate around the landscape – specifically the impact of human destruction and its increasing pollution levels.
Humour and melancholy are expressed in the 100-image series Absolutely Augmented Reality from Kuzma Vostrikov and Ajuan Song.
Bucharest-based Laura Niculescu was a 2017 winner of The British Institution Awards for Students at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition in London.
Laurie Borggreve transforms a variety of conventional materials into delicate and highly detailed sculptures and installations that invite close examination.
In his latest series, Makotu Nakagawa approaches the subject of death with intimacy, clarity and graphic representation.
Marta Promińska is an award-winning painter and architect based in Warsaw; she translates traditional painting through a "neoperceptive" lens.
Each of Melba Juez-Perrone's works is an expression of emotions, through colourful and vivid portraits and still lifes.
Mhairi Ballantyne is drawn to the allure of distant places. The immersive environments created are remote yet within reach, imparting a sense of the known.
Minuella E Chapman's series Byzantium (Arcadia) interfuses contemporary photography with leitmotifs of memory, landscape and the classical beauty of Greco-Roman sculpture.
The pillars of Natalia Nosova's art practice includes the incorporation of gestures and an expression of women’s roles in the world.
Nick West is a British artist based in Tokyo. Interested in language and disrupted narratives, much of his practice takes books as its subject matter.
Nicolas Vionnet’s sculptural works play with perspective and space – referencing everyday processes and materials.
UK-based artist Orlanda Broom paints lush, exotic landscapes that explore the idea of lost or wild environments.
Using multiple techniques – such as traditional photography and new digital technologies – Paweł Sadaj calls for an analysis of emotion and narrative.
Fascinated by the patterns and distortions occurring in the movement of water, Peter Goodhall is challenged to capture fleeting moments in oil on canvas.
Using WWII decoy structures and locations, Peter Spurgeon investigates the intriguing space between theatre and conflict.
Rosana De Montfort is a UK and Czech Republic-based artist who moves against the mainstream with her neo-surrealist paintings.
France-based contemporary artist Salomé-Charlotte Camors questions our individual responsibility for environmental and social issues.
Based in Central Finland, Sari Mansala calls upon the landscape as a central, abstract concept.
Sheau Ming Song's work demonstrates the essential issues of two-dimensional representation, and documents the visual possibilities of painting materials.
Germany-based Silke Wellmeier works with porcelain, freely constructing it by hand into thin-walled, geometric forms.
Circling around themes of mythology and social contraction, Soumisha Dauthel’s practice uses paint as a mechanism to make sense of the complex world around us.
Combining photography with multiple digital processes, Stephanie Mill expresses soulful colour with a vibrant aesthetic.
Sven Pfrommer transforms the lens through the introduction of mixed media – combining acrylic, metal, resin and canvas, the bright works focus on process and outcome.
Holding an MA in Visual Communication from the Royal College of Art, Tae Ho Kim focuses on reinterpreting the visible world through geometric structures.
Thomas W Kuppler employs a process of methodological experimentation, exploration and continual questioning of the media.
For Toshiyuki Sato, each sculpture is an investigation into continuity and topographics – where textures are central to understanding the world we live in.
The work of Won Moon intersects performance, installation and sculpture. She draws upon personal experiences to explore broader themes of division, identity and displacement.