Following on from Art Rotterdam, Julia Aurora Guzmán (her work appeared in the February / March 2019 issue) is presenting How to Hold, her first solo exhibition in Amsterdam. Until 1 June at Galerie Fontana, Lauriergracht 11, 1016 RD Amsterdam.
Stefanie Schmid Rincon
Bodyfurnitures – Gian Luca Bartellone
Salomé-Charlotte Camors (her work appeared in the February/March 2019 issue) is participating in the AASIAAT residency. Camors and three other artists are living on Le Manguier, which is embedded in the ice off the coast of Greenland, near Akunnaaq.
Iliana Scheggia’s work is developed within the study of geometry; shapes that are gestated from simple patterns become complex in repetition. These constructions have a symbolic meaning that explores the basic components of creation.
Aesthetica Artists' Directory: Current Artists' Profiles
The Aesthetica Artists’ Directory is a global network of artists engaging with the professional art world. In print, on our website and in social media we have created a forum for discussion and interactivity where artists, galleries, collectors, critics, curators and enthusiasts can meet and discover art from around the world.
A moving, curated platform of those shaping the industry today, each Directory runs concurrently in our bi-monthly magazine, including print and combined digital profiles that offer a gateway to boundary-pushing practices and innovative modes of thought. Below is a selection from the current issue. To view the artist’s full profile, click the preview.
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London-based Ah-Ra's background in architecture resonates throughout her work, with symbols and representations of cultural motifs.
Alan Singer is a New York-based painter, printmaker and professor at RIT. His art is a blend of geometry and observations of natural phenomena.
Through painting, drawing, poetry and photography, Alexandra Gromova's practice is a means through which to communicate questions and dreams.
Andrej Jazbec studied painting at the Accademia di Belle Arti. Fascinated by the human form, he creates characters that embody both eroticism and vulgarity.
Evoking a sense of tension between figuration and abstraction, Annamarie Dzendrowskyj's suggestive works depict an intriguing netherworld.
Ava Watson explores the juxtaposition of natural and artificial worlds. Her method of working centres around sensory discovery and interaction.
Sydney-based Bec Litvan's work explores the tension between the beautiful and the grotesque, by showcasing themes of disability and cancer.
Gian Luca Bartellone is an award-winning Italian jeweller treading new paths with a combination of daring materials.
Multi-award-winning artist Brandy Saturley is known for paintings that highlight aspects of Canadian culture – from landscapes to fauna.
Dallas-based professor Brett Dyer's work combines figures with evocative colours and patterns, revealing the complexity of the human spirit.
Carol Jacqueline is a London-based artist who uses music and the ambience from her surroundings as sources of inspiration whilst working.
Charlotte Willoughby-Paul's works express emotions through colour, inspired by abstract art and music to create what she describes as "a feeling of sunlight."
Chris Isherwood is an emerging artist; he creates expressive paintings that celebrate his local landscape, evoking the awe and power of nature.
Brazilian-Dutch painter Claudia Pombo offers an adapted view of nature and human situations. The piece shown here is Calla's Bouquet.
Born in Rome and based in London, Daniela White holds an MA in Fine Art from UAL; she photographs contemporary urban architecture.
In her series Who in the www am I? Dongeun Alice Lee explores questions of identity in the digital era, through an avatar called Alice.
Northern California-based artist Eric Wiles combines fine art and landscape photography to reveal images of natural beauty and manmade objects.
Hee Sook Kim is a professor and Chair of Fine Arts at Haverford College in the USA, where she has taught since 2002.
Helena Lukasova utilises EEG recordings, three-dimensional models and bodily movements to explore new forms of visual representation.
Barcelona-based Houda Bakkali's work will be displayed at the Women and Digital Art: Breaking Stereotypes exhibition in Lorca, Spain.
Iliana Scheggia's work is developed within the study of geometry; shapes that are gestated from simple patterns but then become complex in repetition.
The Eco-Tribute to Cargo Cults series by Ivan Midzic addresses the conflicts around the environmental costs of creating a piece of art.
Jane Fairhurst’s textile sculptures Fetishes for Uncertain Times are a response to unsettling global politics and increasing climate change.
Jean Davis is a figurative abstractionist painter who integrates subjects into undefined environments to express subconscious thoughts and feelings.
Traversing eastern and western philosophies, as well as the behavioural sciences, John Sproul’s compositions seek to understand the "collective self".
Julijana Ravbar's pieces are abstract expressionistic in style which leave the viewer free to experience the artwork through its colour and texture combinations.
Krytzia Dabdoub's large-scale paintings ruminate around the landscape – specifically the impact of human destruction and its increasing pollution levels.
Beyond visual impact, London-based Kushag’s multimedia artworks are an experimentation of form and genre.
Majorca-based Lucia Gomez's paintings have been selected for numerous shows and awards, including the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition.
In his latest series, Makotu Nakagawa approaches the subject of death with intimacy, clarity and graphic representation.
With a deep psychological insight, award-winning artist Marcus Callum’s realist paintings are designed to provoke an emotional response.
Margot Errante investigates the modern idea of the “self ” and our inner landscapes; she will be showcasing work at Photo London, 16-19 May.
Upcoming fairs for painter Matthew J. Frock include Discovery Art Fair Cologne, 11-14 April and Sussex Art Fairs (West), 17-19 May.
Brighton-based fine art photographer Mel Allen’s landscapes blur the lines between digital imagery and conventional media.
Bosnia and Herzegovina-based artist Milan Draganić is interested in art as a way of observing human society through metaphor.
Misa Sawairi is a New York-based Japanese spatial artist and designer. The series Ripple Trip utilises urban streets as a canvas.
Newel Hunter is an award-winning American artist who has developed a dynamic style of painting crafted around action, drama and vitality.
The duo's exhibition raum+störung is part of the official programme to mark the Bauhaus Centenary and will be held in Jena, 16 May-28 July.
Rianna Goss works primarily in a documentary style, showing life behind the scenes in the music and film industries.
Inspired by the old masters, Cambridge-based Robin Corbett specialises in fine art oil paintings of landscapes, still-lifes and portraits.
Rosana De Montfort is a UK and Czech Republic-based artist who moves against the mainstream with her neo-surrealist paintings.
Street life and urban dwellings are key inspirations for Stefanie Schmid Rincon. Working primarily in analogue film, she unearths fleeting moments in the everyday
Using delicate objects and bold backgrounds, Steph Bourazanis creates visually provocative works that circle around the genre of fashion.
Ethereal and ghost-like, Stephen S T Bradley’s photographs consider the ephemeral processes of life. His works are held in numerous collections.
Sven Pfrommer's current photo installation portrays construction workers in Manila and explores their "contemporary fashion style."
The art of Vera Hruba brings together techniques from multiple disciplines, from painting to graphic design and photography.
Conveying a sense of peacefulness, each work is an amalgamation of forms and visual references, providing rich and abstract canvases.
Researching widely circulated images, Yuli Sung develops pieces that are complex representations of society in a state of flux.