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Digital Critique

I Was Raised on the Internet looks at a specific moment in time to explore the rapid cultural shifts the world has experienced since the millennium.

Aesthetica Issue 83 Available Now

The June / July edition of Aesthetica is available now. Issue 83, A New Way of Seeing, considers the intersection between the created and the real.

5 to See: This Weekend

Moving towards the end of May, top shows and events investigate what it means to live in an increasingly globalised landscape.

Purposeful Design

London Design Biennale, hosted by Somerset House, invites an array of global practitioners to explore the importance of a collective consciousness.

London Open: An Urban Showcase

The London Open 2018 selects 22 global artists who live across the 32 London boroughs, showing how, within a hyperactive setting, creativity is thriving.

Perpetual Chronologies

The Broad presents A Journey That Wasn’t, a show which asks how the intangibility of time manifests within personal memories, informing creativity.

Exploring Anonymity

As part of the 2018 Aesthetica Art Prize shortlist, Kenji Ouellet’s I Am One offers new perspectives on individuality and uniqueness in the wider city.

Universal Storytelling

Noémi Varga’s The Happiest Barrack recounts a personal tale of life and love within soviet Hungary. See it at as part of the Aesthetica Art Prize 2018.

Aesthetica Art Prize 2018 Shortlist

The Aesthetica Art Prize is a celebration of emerging and established artists. The 12 shortlisted works define a new vocabulary for life in the 21st century. 

Realigning Representation

Addressing issues of exposure, Whitechapel Gallery in partnership with Collezione Maramotti present the annual Max Mara Art Prize for Women.

5 to See: This Weekend

The selection for 17-18 March celebrates the past, present and future of creative practice through performance, installation and images.

Forgotten Narratives

Surrounded by a tumultuous climate, Turkish-born photographer Fatma Bucak channels her Kurdish history through an exhibition at Fondazione Merz.

Examinations of Beauty

Juno Calypso invites viewers to become participants in an immersive installation, escaping from reality and into a cyber landscape based on western ideals.

Cataloguing Performance

To celebrate the impact of an influential institution, Whitechapel Gallery, London, has opened its doors to the first exhibition tracing Performa’s history.

Science and Art: New Solutions

Somewhere in Between at Wellcome Collection offers a collaborative examination of the human condition, bringing together science and art.

Hypnotic Melodies

Co-commissioned by National Museum Cardiff and Artes Mundi, Ragnar Kjartansson’s The Sky in a Room takes place over a five-week period.

Chronicling Resistance

In 1960, a devastating earthquake destroyed much of the Moroccan city of Agadir. Yto Barrada addresses the process of reinvention .

Universal Incoherence

In 1921, influential poet T.S Eliot spent time in Margate. A new show draws connections between The Waste Land and visual arts.

Meaningful Deconstruction

The term “soft power” is used to described how political rhetoric is deployed through culture. Jasmina Cibic examines this rhetoric.

Webb-Ellis: Universal Languages

Notions of what it means to be human are constantly shifting. Multidisciplinary AAP artists Webb-Ellis discuss their recent, constantly evolving, projects.

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