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Embracing Possibility

A new cultural hub brings the latest developments in Japanese art and design to the heart of London; Japan House launches with work from Sou Fujimoto.

Distinctive Perspectives

On Common Ground at Goodman Gallery positions work by two of South Africa’s most renowned photographers side-by-side. 

Rachel Ara: Reactive Systems

With two weeks to go until our call for entries closes, we reflect on the responsive works of 2016 Aesthetica Art Prize winner Rachel Ara.

Human Experience

Two exhibitions celebrate the versatile and deeply affecting oeuvre of Roman Vishniac, who captured a changing social landscape.

Photographic Innovation

The escalation of the creation, interaction and circulation of images is highlighted by Foam Talent at The Frankfurt Art Association.

Navigating the City

My Nights are brighter than your Days by Franck Abd-Bakar Fanny records the metropolis and surrounding suburban landscapes after dark.

Powerful Voices

A new exhibition at Hayward Gallery, entitled DRAG​: Self-portraits and Body Politics, explores notions of identity, gender, class, politics and race.

Immersive Worlds

 A major exhibition of interactive works by Japanese creative studio TeamLab marks the opening of Amos Rex, Helsinki.

Systems of Control

Edmund Clark’s Control Order House explores detention through photographs, architectural representations and handwritten documents,

Photography Fairs to Attend in 2018

Aesthetica collates five of 2018’s must-see photography events, each providing a platform for the next generation of talent.

Undiscoverable Worlds

Reuben Wu is a photographer, filmmaker and music producer whose visual work is driven by the urge to explore new places as if they were unknown.

10 Photographs from AAP

Ahead of our call for entries closing this month, we foreground a selection of visually compelling and thought-provoking photographers from 10 finalists.

Intriguing Landscapes

Recording ephemeral housing structures and their surroundings, Antoine Bruy’s series, Scrublands, reveals an alternative way of life.

5 to See: This Weekend

Must-see exhibitions running 11-12 August push the boundaries of art by questioning media imagery and using drones to replicate nature.

New Media: Works from AAP

We select five practitioners from previous editions of the Aesthetica Art Prize who engage with new technology and digital culture.

Contemporary Reflections

Paul Graham’s The Whiteness of the Whale  reveals class divisions in the US through a thoughtful approach to photography.

Nocturnal Cityscapes

Daniel Boudinet’s body of work traverses the nocturnal city, revealing a sense of mystery and surrealism in the urban landscape.

An Expressive Discipline

NMWA’s Heavy Metal looks to the physical and expressive possibilities of metalwork, disrupting predominantly masculine preconceptions.

10 to See: US Summer Shows

Aesthetica’s selection of US exhibitions open this season investigates timely themes of surveillance, unseen sites and voyeuristic city scenes.

Conceptual Oppositions

How To See [What Isn’t There] is a group exhibition at Langen Foundation comprising 32 artists from the Burger Collection, exploring profound territories.

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