Aesthetica Magazine Offers an Original Perspective on the U.K. Arts Scene

Aesthetica Magazine is the only cultural arts magazine in the U.K. to cover new writing, art, music and film in a single issue has once again broadened its scope. Now in its 16th issue, the magazine incorporates a bold new design and explores cutting-edge new fields of interest.

Featuring high profile practitioners from Ali Smith to Stewart Lee, Aesthetica is fulfilling the predictions made by Mslexia magazine: Aesthetica is sleek, energetic, progressive and destined to be one of the leading publications for the cultural arts.”

Fulfilling its self-imposed remit to highlight the most innovative and exciting art throughout the U.K., the new issue of the magazine features exhibitions and festivals, which span the nation, from Newcastle and Liverpool to London and Glasgow. Inside there is the latest arts news, reviews, interviews and features. Ali Smith, Ruth Padel, and Wendy Cope give us their insight into contemporary literature, and a preview of Jamie Hewlett and Damon Albarn’s opera Monkey: Journey to the West makes it debut at the Manchester International Festival.

Also features on light installation art, the new sciart projects at the Wellcome Trust, Liverpool and the avant garde, and urban regeneration. Music features include the darling newcomer Kate Nash, Tunng, northeast pop artists, Field Music, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah and Lupen Crook, as well as an insight in the highly acclaimed film London to Brighton and the Single Shot film festival, and Comic Art. These new features guarantee that Aesthetica Magazine offers an original and challenging perspective on the U.K. arts scene.

Given this expanded and ambitious scope, it is unsurprising that Aesthetica is growing rapidly in both audience and reputation. However, despite developing substantially from it beginnings as a new writing publication, its philosophy remains constant.

Managing director, Cherie Federico won the Young Business Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2006. She says: Aesthetica Magazine provides readers with an opportunity to engage with the rich diversity and culture within the U.K. Each issue of Aesthetica offers readers a chance to experience the wide range of arts in the UK.”

Issue 16 proves this is the case.

Source of message:

Cherie Federico
Managing Director/Editor
Aesthetica Magazine
Rowntree Wharf, Navigation Road, York, YO1 9WE


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