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Pablo Bronstein’s ‘Carousel’ in Twofold

— May, 20 2019

Under the fixed static gaze of Pablo Bronstein’s ‘Grey Witch’, visitors to his site-specific installations in Turin & Venice are propelled into reflections on the constrictions of the space, time and image of the present.

Mauro Mori: Les Editions Courbet

— May, 17 2019

Next week sculptor Mauro Mori reveals his new collection Les Editions Courbet, the result of an ongoing creative collaboration with Les Atelier Courbet.

The Drawers and I

— May, 16 2019

Martin Szekely presents the ambiguous nature of drawers in his minimal structural configuration ‘The Drawers and I’ at Pierre Marie Giraud gallery.

The Horta Museum’s ‘Collection of Collectors’

— May, 13 2019

What does it mean to collect, or to present a collection? This year, Brussel’s Horta Museum celebrates three monumental anniversaries by presenting three exhibitions that each sheds a different light on the notion of the collecting.

Imprévu

— May, 12 2019

Three years ago, Justine God left her job as a buyer in the textile industry to launch Imprévu, a women’s ready-to-wear brand. With a thoughtful business model and strong values, her label has found its place in the Belgian market,

Sophie Whettnall: Highlighting Ourselves

— May, 11 2019

TLmag met with multidisciplinary artist Sophie Whettnall a few weeks before the vernissage of her first solo institutional exhibition in Belgium at CENTRALE – one of the most important steps in her career.

Looking At Scheltens & Abbenes’ ‘ZEEN’

— May, 09 2019

Maurice Scheltens and Liesbeth Abbenes have built a practice at the intersection of commissioned and autonomous photography. With a little less than a month before it ends, TLmag headed over to FOAM to see the largest museum solo exhibition of this Dutch artist duo.

Fluid Practices: Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte

— April, 22 2019

TLmag talks to Fonderia Artistica Battaglia’s newly appointed Art Director Nicolas-Bellavance Lecompte about his multi-faceted practice, what he hopes to achieve in his new role and the concept behind his latest show ‘L’Ultima Cera’.

Sarah Lévy – The sociologist of accessories

— April, 21 2019

A graduate of La Cambre Mode(s), Belgian Sarah Levy is one of the 10 finalists of the prestigious Hyères festival, in the “fashion accessories” category. We met with this 30-year-old who sees much further than the tip of her glove.

Exploring ‘The Ghosts of Sunday Morning’

— April, 18 2019

Design Museum Den Bosch’s exhibition unearths European Ceramic Work Centre’s (Sundaymorning@ekwc) history as it engages with themes of transience, eternity, and the fine line between authenticity and reproduction.