Portugal plays host to a gathering where architects and designers reflect on the spaces and systems in which we spend our daily existence.
Californian Amy Harrity's subjects are rendered universal by their relative anonymity, frozen in the most human of moments and postures.
Q+A with Aesthetica Creative Writing Award Finalist, Jo Gatford
Twice finalist in the Aesthetica Creative Writing Award Jo Gatford has now established a new competition for emerging writers, run by her organisation Writers’ HQ.
Taking its title from a 1985 dystopian novel, New Romance displays technologically advanced artworks and reframes the human condition.
Review of Qwaypurlake at Hauser and Wirth Somerset
We explore Hauser & Wirth Somerset's Qwaypurlake, a group exhibition that presents a fictional reimagining of the Somerset landscape, constructing an alternative, dystopian future for the area.
The Intimate World of Josef Sudek, Jeu de Paume, Paris
Josef Sudek was the creator of deeply-felt photographs that made use of the everyday sights he encountered in order unearth moments of great beauty and the potential for great destructiveness.