Peggy Deamer: Theorising Architecture

— August, 19 2017

With the Architecture Lobby, the advocacy group she helped establish, Deamer has forced people in the industry to consider what it means to practice architecture in today’s neoliberal world


Studio Krjst on Artistic Research

— August, 15 2017

Founders of Studio Krjst, fashion designers Justine de Moriamé and Erika Schillebeeckx explain how over five years their practice has become closer to artistic research


Drawn Lots by Uprise Art

— August, 14 2017

The exhibition, held at Cooler Gallery in Brooklyn, featured new works from printmaker Evan Bellantone and sculptor Fitzhugh Karol


HOUSE 2 – Counter City in Zurich

— August, 11 2017

The Atelier de la Conception de l’Espace (ALICE) at the EPFL has conceived this public architectural installation next to the Toni-Areal in Zurich


BCXSY at the Spazio Rossana Orlandi

— August, 08 2017

The duo presented three projects at the Milanese design stalwart: an LED light fixture with Atelier Robotiq, the Microcosmos wallpaper and a collection of bottle openers


Wim Delvoye: Art in the Making

— August, 06 2017

A conversation with MUDAM director Enrico Lunghi, who curated the institution’s vast retrospective on the unclassifiable Wim Delvoye


threeASFOUR: A Meeting of Cultures

— August, 05 2017

For over a decade, threeASFOUR has brought a refreshing touch of avant-gardism to fashion. Using technological innovation and unexpected collaborations, the collective, with both its inventiveness and its diversity, represents one face of New York.


24th Watermill Center Benefit: Political Bent

— July, 31 2017

Last weekend, Robert Wilson welcomed over 1,200 guests to the 24th Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit, raising funds for the institution’s year-round programming. The event brought the creative and philanthropic worlds together for a night of performances,


Tom Joyce: Iron Man

— July, 31 2017

TLmag talks to Tom Joyce about how and why iron is so significant to him, and how his Everything At Hand exhibition disrupts perceptions.


Ettore Sottsass in 2017

— July, 28 2017

Museums and design festivals across the world are celebrating Ettore Sottsass in 2017, a hundred years since the Italian design great was born, and showing that he’s more than just Memphis.