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Future Now

Aesthetica Art Prize 2023


125 Contemporary Artists


Published by Aesthetica Magazine Ltd., 2023

ISBN: 978-1-3999-4942-2

Pages: 278


The artists included in this book are the winners

and finalists from the 2023 edition of the Aesthetica Art Prize.

Cover image: Iluá Hauck da Silva, "Disquiet" (2022).

"This anthology is the litmus test of our times. The 2023 Aesthetica Art Prize brings together 125 artists who offer creativity as a form of expression, with projects spanning the boundaries of genre – from painting, photography and sculpture to installation, mixed-media, video and digital. These works survey pressing themes from our ever-shifting world – from the all-encompassing nature of technology to the challenges brought by the climate emergency and the residual legacies of colonialism. [...]

Art is a way to make sense of the here and now at this critical juncture in history. Here, we see practitioners take the temperature of the current world and offer a new set of solutions to contemporary problems. This year’s book is a place to unite and join together through the power of art. We welcome creatives from across the world, including Australia, Japan, Netherlands, Ukraine, the UK and USA. Inside, you will discover ground-breaking ideas that imagine a future with boundless possibilities."

Print It 2023



Exhibition Catalogue of "Print It 2023".


By Aire Place Studios, Leeds (UK), 2023.


About APS: "Aire Place Studios is a creative studio which holds spaces of equality and solidarity. We host comfortable studio spaces, hold safer spaces for workshops and a bold gallery space centred around innovation and inclusivity."



Arte e Realtà Intangibile
Art and Intangible Reality


Exhibition Catalogue of "Escapism".


By CON-TEMPORARY Art Observatorium, Lavagna (IT), 2023

Languages: Italian and English

Pages: 58


"Interested in studying how the form conveys information and generates sensorial stimuli, Veronika Krämer uses the tension between contrasts and optic effects acieved with geometric repetitions and strong chromaic combinations to create artworks that suggest dynamism, getaway and capture the gaze. The picture split in orderly textures, suggests the interposition of multiple realities, the coexistence of parallel dimensions, of alternatives and new ways to see and read appearances. The optical contrast between sharp areas that are apparently empty and blurry areas seemingly more significant, suggests instead that the apparent reality is not more important than the metaphysics that defines and delimits it. If we observe the whole, we can realise that even the void has nuances."

(Escapism exhibition catalogue, p. 18, critique written by Andrea Swoboda)

Art Vue Prize 2022




By Art Vue Foundation, 2022.


This publication includes the winner, the finalists and the special mentions from the Art Vue Foundation's yearly Painting Prize 2022.

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