Minimalist Abstract Art by Aesence
Art is an essential part of human existence, and it is well-known that people react differently to works of art. Some are deeply touched, while others are not moved at all. But how do you measure these individual differences and understand why some people react more intensely to art than others? Ed Vessels and his...

Minimalist Art

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Latest Essays

Minimalist Abstract Art | Aesence
When it comes to abstract minimalist art, I enjoy watching the reactions of viewers. I often see puzzled faces and fuming heads, all dealing with one elementary question: “What was the artist...
Black Minimalist Abstract Sculpture
What is art at a time when art can be anything? Rotten food in a freezer? Smudged graffiti on a wall? Animals pickled in formaldehyde? Art is subjective. Sure. Everyone perceives something...
White minimalist Table Lamp | Aesence
Talking about the aesthetics of design is a popular topic that can cause a lot of discussion. Sure, one’s own perception is subjective, but good design is primarily about function, right? So...
Sergio Camargo, Untitled, 1979, Carrara marble, 33.5 × 47 × 38 cm, Photo via Galeria Raquel Arnaud
In one of my last columns, I explored the question of what makes minimalist art so controversial and whether it can be too minimalist. This week I would like to elaborate on...

Minimalist Design

Minimalist Design 'Split' by Nendo for Marsotto edizioni
Split is a minimalist collection of tables designed by nendo for Marsotto edizioni, an Italian brand specializing in marble furniture. This piece of furniture...

Curated Exhibitions

26 May – 1 July 2023
Isamu Noguchi “This Earth, This Passage”
White Cube, London
17 May – 30 June 2023
Kim Bartelt “Break Easy”
Cadogan Gallery, Milan
13 May – 14 July 14, 2023
Donald Judd
Gagosian, New York
03 June – 08 July 2023
Struan Teague "Sound"
Annex14, Zurich

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Aesence is a creative studio and digital design magazine with a high curatorial approach. Founded by Sarah Dorweiler, a creative mind and entrepreneur from Berlin, her goal is to capture the feeling of harmony, balance and inner peace in her curatorial work and photography.