Julien Renault, OTAP Collection, Mass-stained wood fibre panels, 2023
The internet is full of inspiration. Every day I discover beautiful art, design, and architecture – but often these little treasures get lost in the digital clutter. With ‘The Edit’ I want to share a carefully curated selection of outstanding artworks, stunning architecture, and inspiring designs that catch my eye in my daily research. Let’s...

Minimalist Art

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Latest Essays & Editorials

Minimalist Art by minimalist Artist Agnes Martin | Agnes Martin, Untitled, 1959. Dia Art Foundation; Gift of Milly and Arne Glimcher. © Agnes Martin/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Bill Jacobson Studio, New York
The concept of emptiness is a fascinating paradox – for some, it is an invitation, a symbol of freedom and infinite possibilities. For others, emptiness evokes a feeling of insecurity and fear,...
Untitled Artwork, Aesence
Discussing Contemporary Art is multifaceted and complex. It’s nearly impossible to consider all aspects, after all, our perception, interpretation, and understanding of art is purely subjective. Nevertheless, this personal exchange of one’s...
Untitled Artwork, Aesence
The title of an artwork is one of the first pieces of information we encounter when we look at a work of art. From precise descriptions to philosophical or vague and meaningless...

Minimalist Design

Minimalist Lamp Design - K Lamp by Vitamin
The K Lamp is a minimalist lamp designed by the British brand Vitamin. It consists of two parts – a shade that acts as...

Curated Exhibitions


Minimalist Design

Minimalist Lamp Design - K Lamp by Vitamin


Minimalist Art

Antonia Ferrer, Cuerdas, Oil on primed canvas, 163x130x5cm © The Artist, Image Courtesy Alzueta Gallery


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Visiting Carla Cascales Alimbau in Barcelona | Aesence Studiovisit

Aesence is an independent art and design publication dedicated to minimalist aesthetics. Founded out of a deep appreciation and fascination, Aesence aims to promote awareness and appreciation of minimalism in art and design.