Aesthetica Magazine ranked #11 art news publisher. Founded in 2002 and producing UK content with in-depth interviews with artists and curators, plus insightful commentary on exhibitions, events, and trends. Aesthetica focus is the intersection of art, design, and technology. Other programming include Aesthetica Short Film Festival | Art Prize | Future Now Symposium | Creative Writing Award.
This year’s edition of Noorderlicht Photo brings together image-makers who explore ways we can improve society – both for people and the planet. The post Caring for Ecosystems appeared first
Aesthetica highlights 10 gift ideas perfect for arts and culture lovers this season – including photobooks, magazines and creative experiences. The post Gifts for Art & Culture Lovers appeared first on
Polish-born photographer Magda Biernat, who is based between New York and Paris, is interested in the oceans and how they connect to one another. The post Layered Horizons appeared first
Pictures of coffee cups, mirrors, water jugs and headphones are each folded up and distorted into Jooeun Bae’s deeply personal montages. The post Meaning in Collage appeared first on Aesthetica
Collage has a long history, spanning more than 100 years and seeing big change. Julie Cockburn is part of its contemporary story. The post Layered Creativity appeared first on Aesthetica
Andrea Torres Balaguer’s bold photographic portraits could be mistaken for oil paintings, rendered in garnet reds and emerald greens. The post Richness of Colour appeared first on Aesthetica Magazine.
Rock formations, volcanic geology and verdant foliage are key to Tom Leighton’s photographs, which traverse holographic and gleaming pools. The post Radiant Geography appeared first on Aesthetica Magazine.
Morgan Otagburuagu is standing up against colourism. He amplifies the beauty of darker skin tones with portraits of Black women pioneers. The post Beyond Portraiture appeared first on Aesthetica Magazine.
At a time when it can be hard to decipher “real” from “artificial”, Reuben Wu shows us what it is possible to create on location, using light carrying drones. The
Es Devlin explodes the status-quo, pushing artistic boundaries between literature, stage and set design in a major New York exhibition spanning 30 years. The post Crafting a Memory appeared first