We spoke with Annie Warburton, the creative director of the Crafts Council, about the pieces, trends and artists to watch at this year’s International Fair for Contemporary Objects
The Belgian master ceramist is leading Collect visitors Into the Stockmansblauw with a set of wall installations and some rather philosophical objects
The Belgian artist went back home for a year and returned with the ceramic pieces that make up his third solo exhibition at Pierre Marie Giraud
This week, 1-54 Marrakech is hosting 17 leading galleries from across Africa and Europe, featuring work from more than 60 artists, including Dominique Zinkpè and Sory Sanlé
Deakin Hart, senior curator brought that same sculptural focus to the Noguchi Museum in 2013 and has since developed a dynamic yet succinct programme that imbues the historical icon with a contemporary voice.
Exploring contemporary art and design means a lot for Cologne-based gallerist, curator and collector Gabrielle…
imm Cologne’s Jury’s Choice applauded the three best-implemented installations at this year’s fair. The winners? Emu, Pedrali and Dante Goods and Bads.
The artist’s Pago Pago series heads to the Paris institution in the first exhibition about Southeast Asian art held at its In-Focus Gallery
With his Plain Cuts series, the South Korean designer explores the luxury of everyday materials —and his own sense of national identity
The Musée Unterlinden in Colmar is showcasing an exhibition of salted paper, albumen and carbon prints by the French photographer
Prep for April: here are the finalists of the 33rd edition of the International Festival of Fashion, Photography and Fashion Accessories, which takes place at Villa Noailles
When he started up his new profession, as a designer of luminaires, Liege-native Yves Dejardin…
Giuseppe Virgone loves black, references to the past, and the less formatted side of men’s…
This week, St. Moritz becomes more than a winter destination for skiers: it’s also the site of Nomad, a travelling event for collectible design from some of the world’s leading galleries
The 2018 edition of the BILY art walk, programmed until February 10, is a who’s who of the galleries, cultural organisations and artist residencies in the Belgian capital
Atelier Jespers presents Tim Onderbeke’s tribute to the architectural brutalist gems that emerged in post-war Belgium
In ‘Je t’aime, moi non plus’ the French artist unveils the unexpected pieces that came out of the oven during his residency at the Manufacture de Sèvres
What does the founder of CRÈME mean when he says he enjoys going back to basics? Hint: It has to do with wood and warmth.
Spazio Nobile Gallery exhibits for its Season VII the group of designers and photographer Damien Gernay, Kaspar Hamacher, Jonas and Valentin Loellmann and Fabian von Spreckelsen. Die Werkstatt is guided by the idea that you must find a place to be wherever you are.
Peter Marigold isn’t easy to pin down with labels. Whether he’s developing a new reusable…
With the new 118 range, the German designer has reworked Thonet’s 214 chair for the dining needs of today
In this year’s edition of the Flemish design ceremony, the architect received the Lifetime Achievement Award. Other big winners? Verilin, Theomatik and Sep Verboom.
With an exhibition in Brussels, the French artist is the latest addition to the Ballistic Poetry series from the Fondation d’entreprise Hermès
The trend forecaster and curator has opened a new design gallery in Paris. The first exhibition? The Gift to be Simple, a nod to Shaker furniture.