Cultural Arts Magazine, ‘Aesthetica’ Releases Issue 18

Cherie Federico, Aesthetica Magazine’s managing director and editor-in-chief, says:

Aesthetica MagazineAesthetica is the only cultural arts magazine to cover contemporary writing, art, music and film in a single issue. Featuring cutting edge events and high profile practitioners from esteemed British director Ken Loach to photographer Rankin. We are certainly attaining The Guardian’s statement that, “Aesthetica is going from strength to strength.”

As well as being distributed in W.H. Smith’s and Borders stores nationwide, Aesthetica Magazine is now available as a digital download direct from our website. This means that more people across the world are now able to access it and consequently our circulation has increased to a fantastic 25 000, confirming that Aesthetica Magazine is here to stay.

We are pleased to announce that from this issue we are going to be a bi-monthly publication newly distributed in TATE Britain, BALTIC, ICA and other national galleries.

As the publication has grown from its modest roots to be a leader in the U.K. cultural arts, Aesthetica’s philosophy and ethos remains constant. Aesthetica consistently champions new arts in a challenging and thought provoking way.

To celebrate the new publishing schedule, the new issue contains exhibitions, festivals and the latest arts news, reviews, interviews and features.

David Mitchell, Linton Kwesi Johnson, and Helen Oyeyemi provide us with an insight into contemporary literature. The internationally renowned artists, Rankin and John Squire, talk to us about their work and represent the diversity prevalent today. Music features include interviews with Maximo Park and Ash. The film section celebrates 25 years of Film 4, alongside an interview with Ken Loach.

All this and much more guarantee that Aesthetica Magazine offers an original and challenging perspective on the U.K. arts scene.


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