Conceived as a site-specific narrative, this collaborative exhibition by artist Li Qing and curator Jérôme Sans presents an in-depth exploration of the history and space of Prada Rong Zhai, creating a connection between the urban environment of Shanghai,
Institut finlandais’ current presentation, Djuddot, is curated by Katja Hagelstam (gallery Lokal, Helsinki) and is produced in collaboration with Sámi Duodji Association. The exhibition is part of the official program of the Paris Design Week.
Design Miami/ returns to Miami Beach December 3–8 for its fifteenth edition with works that reflect the trends and shifts in the greater design and art marketplace. TLmag perused the program to enlight you with the highlights.
Collaborating closely with a wide array of clients – including Hyatt, Shake Shack, and Gerber Group – Crème applies it hands-on approach in everything from interior, product, strategic and branding design.
To mark the second anniversary of its global art initiative Therme Art Program, Therme Group is pleased to announce the acquisition of the 2019 Serpentine Pavilion designed by Japanese architect Junya Ishigami.
Moving between languages and communicating only through email and social media, British artist Erin Dickson’s ongoing project Chinese Whispers creates a chain reaction and production between 15 international glass practitioners.
Including the works of over 80 artists, Fondation Thalie’s most recent exhibition is a cabinet of curiosities filled with paintings and drawings from Brussels’ biggest private collectors and collections.
Giardino Giusti and Urbs Picta in collaboration with ArtVerona and Careof inaugurate “To be Played – ‘Video, Film and Installation Art from the Under-40 Generation’. For the occasion, Giardino Giusti officially presents Appartamento 900,
TLmag caught up with collector and interior designer Chahan Minassian to talk about how he invokes personal, lived-in qualities into his impeccable designs as well as his project, which unites Old Masters with modern works within the medieval setting of Venice’s Abbazia di San Gregorio.
Alongside it’s 40 exhibitors at BOZAR, the international drawing fair Art on Paper celebrates it’s fifth anniversary by launching a programme-filled Brussels Design Week in more than 20 major Brussels art institutions,
TLmag sat down with auctioneer, professor and president of the European Federation of Auctioneers, Henrik R. Hanstein to talk about the most recent events in the ever-changing art market and its legislation.
Drawing on tinkering techniques and her own hand-made textile artworks, British multidisciplinary artist Faye Toogood has materialised a vibrant, three-dimensional rug collection in collaboration with Italian rug manufacturer cc-tapis.
This year’s Corning Glass Works’ annual seminar on glass is in conjunction with the exhibition New Glass Now and focusses on the past, present and future of contemporary glass. The exhibition provides a unique insight into the institution’s history exploring the Glass 1959 and New Glass: A Worldwide Survey (1979) exhibitions.
TLmag speaks to celebrated Belgian architect Francis Metzger about his dedication to renovating iconic structures and the notion that architecture requires an ethic that goes beyond the idea of beauty.