Inspired by the busy streets on the island of Corsica, So AsA began to build up a portfolio of silhouettes, having originally shot in black and white.
A groundbreaking photography series depicts one of the world’s most important ecological locations as well as its diverse cultural narratives.
Thomas Jordan is influenced by the northwest Chicago suburbs. These compositions transform everyday scenes into jewel-tone utopias.
Ian Howorth’s cinematic images, captured through analogue film, revel in the authenticity of opportunity, spontaneity and chance.
Animating the Everyday
Photographer Olivia Jeczmyk’s series focuses on simplicity and geometry – drawing attention to household items through minimalist design.
Cerith Wyn Evans’ neon sculptures utilise light and shadow to explore truth in a climate of misinformation.
Revealing Concealed Stories
This year’s Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize highlights how imagery can be used to question truth in the digital age.
Aesthetica Art Prize Shortlist 2020
The Aesthetica Art Prize returns with artworks making sense of our changing world, responding to digital identities and global constructs.
The Revival of Raw Materials
Amidst a climate emergency, The Art of Earth Architecture questions how natural materials can contribute to a sustainable future.
Spaces for Reflection
James Turrell’s latest colour-changing light works, on view at London’s Pace Gallery, offer a moment of quiet in a fast-paced world.
Federica Belli taps into a quality of light that is filled with narrative and intimacy. Portraits are aglow with shadow and highlight.
Future Now 2020: Cornelia Parker
“We might not have a future unless we do something to mitigate what’s happening.” Cornelia Parker is speaking at Future Now 2020.
5 to See: This Weekend
Aesthetica selects recommended shows for late January – offering viewers contemplative landscapes, utopian visions and feminist artwork.
Future Now 2020: Martin Parr
Martin Parr is one of the world’s most celebrated documentary photographers. He will discuss a distinguished career at Future Now 2020.
“Photography for me is a ritual.” Graciela Iturbide is considered one of the greatest photographers in Latin America. A new show opens at NMWA.
German-American photographer Evelyn Hofer created a photographic kaleidoscope spanning almost half a century and a variety of genres.
Vision and Justice
Louis Draper recognised that photographs can serve as a powerful form of resistance. His images are full of strength, wisdom and dignity.
Aesthetica Future Now Symposium 2020
Martin Parr, Cornelia Parker, Nadav Kander and John Keane are key speakers for this year’s edition of the Aesthetica Future Now Symposium.
Cai Ramalho (b. 1994) was born in São Paulo, Brazil. After attending fashion school, Ramalho started work as a photographer in 2013. Just six years…
5 to See: This Weekend
Aesthetica selects five exhibitions opening this weekend. They are self-reflective and intimate – delving into personal and familial histories.
Do objects have souls? Lee Ufan’s largest outdoor sculpture project in the USA consists of mostly unaltered boulders and stainless-steel plates .