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Visual Interventions

Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee is part of the Next Generation – a collaboration between Aesthetica and LCC, foregrounding new talent in photography.

Notions of Identity

National Trust’s ‘Yorkshire! Achievement, Grit and Controversy’ is an exhibition celebrating the county’s most inspiring and provocative voices.

A Sense of Stillness

Beatriz Oliveira is part of the Next Generation – a collaboration between Aesthetica and LCC London, foregrounding new talent in lens-based media.

Compelling Portraiture

British Journal of Photography and Hoxton Mini Press join hands to engage with the diversity, creativity and energy of Britain.

5 to See: This Weekend

This weekend’s must-see exhibitions celebrate female talent throughout history – from seminal photography to today’s pioneering figures.

Perceptions of Today

Vienna Contemporary returns for 2019. The event looks at the evolving relationship between art, politics and the human condition.

Sculpting Reality

Alex Prager translates personal experiences and cultural references into hyperreal images and film. The artist discusses a new body of work.

Urban Developments

Catherine Yass creates powerful photographic and video works exploring ideas of regeneration. The images are part of ‘Architecture of London.’

Autumnal Tensions

Carola Cappellari is part of the Next Generation – a collaboration between Aesthetica and LCC London, foregrounding new talent in lens-based media.

Transmitting Information

Graeme Haunholter looks at markers of the digital age, interweaving bright skylines with white satellite dishes that protrude towards the sun.

Truth and Power

Clare Hoddinott is part of the Next Generation – a collaboration between Aesthetica and LCC London, foregrounding new talent in lens-based media.

The Present Moment

Unseen Amsterdam returns for its eighth edition, highlighting the latest developments at the forefront of contemporary photography.

5 to See: This Weekend

New exhibitions span from the mid-20th century to today – charting shifting approaches to street photography, sculpture and the role of the lens.

5 to Read: This Month

Aesthetica selects must-read publications for September. These books celebrate the works of female artists whilst navigating the US.

Water Life

Internationally acclaimed artist Aida Muluneh responds to water scarcity in a series of symbolic photographs on view at Somerset House.

10 to See: London Design Festival

London Design Festival returns for 2019. The 17th edition looks to the future, responding to the climate crisis and key questions of our times.

5 to See: This Weekend

Must-see exhibitions for the start of September focus on colour, highlighting the visionary artists that have altered the way we record the world.

Bright Geometry

‘Colour Mania’ at Fotomuseum Winterthur highlights the story of colour as a material in photography and film, featuring Barbara Kasten.

Kaleidoscopic Worlds

Signature polka dots. Bright colours. Infinite space. These have come to define the installations of iconic contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama.

Lee Miller: Modern Icon

‘Modern Women Artists: Lee Miller’ introduces the photographer’s life, including intriguing Surrealist images that have rarely been seen.

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