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Conceptual Ideas

The Other Art Fair returns to London with bold colours and bright ideas. Emerging conceptual artists explore the landscape and climate action.

Video Profile: Reggy Liu

Reggy Liu is a Chinese artist based in London. Her oil paintings and screenprints are about “Masquerade,” an issue combining art with neuropsychology – achieved through multidisciplinary practices.

Reinventing History

London’s Karnik Gallery is a new platform showcasing work by contemporary practitioners who draw from artistic traditions of the past.

Artes Mundi 9: Shortlist Announced

The Cardiff-based Artes Mundi prize returns for 2019 with a powerful shortlist, celebrating artists who engage with social reality and experience.

Referencing Romanticism

David van Dartel’s self-portraits appear out of soft, serene landscapes – figures reflected in deep blue water or emerging from tall dune grasses.

American Monuments

Lush yellows, radiant oranges and glowing reds. David Benjamin Sherry reimagines the surface of the US landscape in bright monochrome.

Digital Sculpture

Doug Aitken is exploring the rapidly changing relationships between human beings in an age dominated by technology and constant feeds.

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.

Seeing Science

Aperture’s new publication charts how photography has played an integral role in communicating between science and society.

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.

Illusory Narratives

Max Pinckers’ ‘Margins of Excess’ focuses on the stories of six characters based in North America – all of them presented as frauds by mass 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.