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Delicate Observation

Matias Alonso Revelli’s works are awash with blues and oranges whilst experimenting with pixellation, moving the viewer into hallucinatory states.

A Social Contribution

Architizer calls upon the general public to define what makes a successful building – collaborations, ecological consideration and social appeal.

Digital Identities

How can art make sense of the digital age? BALTIC investigates new possibilities offered by technology in relation to citizenship and activism.

Balanced Perspective

François Aubret’s practice revolves around a series of clean, colourful works that document the hidden geometries of urban civilisation

Frozen Landforms

Winter is a photographic series by German artist Uwe Langmann that depicts sweeping topographies blanketed by clean, white expanses of snow.

The Human Form

Notions of identity, sexuality, voyeurism and performance are examined in The Body Observed, an exhibition from Magnum Photos.

Seaside Culture

Martin Parr’s Beach Therapy, a new publication from Damiani, presents an optimistic, communal portrait of human experience and leisure time.

10 to See: Photo Festivals 2019

Aesthetica’s selection of international photography festivals to watch looks to the future, celebrating new media and fresh talent.

Dining Iconography

Photographs from across artistic and commercial practices question our diets as a hinge-point for expressing identity, personal beliefs and status.

Fragile Geography

Helene Schmitz is one of Sweden’s most acknowledged photographers, focusing on humanity’s complicated relationship to nature.

Revered Construction

Jan Prengel conveys the silent beauty of structures through minimalist perspectives, deeply influenced by the sprawling growth of urban European cities.

Debate. Discuss. Connect.

Aesthetica’s Future Now Symposium brings together institutions, galleries and publications to creatively engage with 21st century questions.

5 to See: This Weekend

Aesthetica selects five photography and video shows across the UK, France and US, looking to experiences of migration and disconnection.

Translating Visions

World of WearableArt is looking for artists and designers to to blur the lines between fashion and fine art with their annual competition.

Celebrating Bauhaus

To mark the Bauhaus centenary, Aesthetica selects ten exhibitions, publications and products recognising its enduring legacy.

Surprising Detail

Still life is a genre steeped in art historical significance. 21st century Dutch photographers reinvent these themes for the digital age.

Documentary Vision

Asking the question: “How did we get to be the way we are?”, MCA Australia brings together seven decades of work by David Goldblatt.

Traversing Genres

Vlad Mitrichev’s photographic practice was borne out of a love of filmmaking – communicating a sense of the dramatic through large-scale scenes.

Capturing the Self

Photography exhibition Sometimes I Disappear at Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, presents works by four artists specialising in self-documentation.

Panoramic Viewpoints

This Land at Pier 24, San Francisco, addresses contentious issues far and wide – from police violence to wider economic inequality.