Tom Grotta and Rhonda Brown have dedicated most of their lives to exhibiting, documenting and supporting Fibre Art in all its forms, long before it was fully accepted into the contemporary art and design worlds.
If you could build a house for any celebrity, who would you pick? Villa Noailles most recent exhibition focuses on the conceptual constructions born from collaborations between (star) architects and celebrities.
One of the highlights at trade fair, congress and event organizer Ambiente, in the coming year will be the launch of the special presentation Focus on Design, featuring outstanding products and detailed insights of current design highlights in a selected country.
As January is upon us, so is the BRAFA Art Fair. With the regularity of a fine watch-making mechanism, the doyenne of generalist fairs returns mid-winter with the aim of combining the best of the art on offer in Brussels.
In an interesting combination of luxury, minimalism, functionalism as well as irony, Olga Engel creates pieces that seem to exude a positive influence on their surroundings. TLmag caught up with the Russian designer about seeking out fun in design and how objects feed back and are animated through emotion.
Known for his sleek sculptural objects and architectural elements made of natural and industrial materials, designer Noro Khachatryan, founder of studiokhachatryan, talks to TLmag about what constitutes an “object”, the need to be selective and making a habit of giving space to new ideas.
An extensive collection of studio ceramics created by Andile Dyalvane during a recent residency at Leach Pottery in St. Ives, Cornwall (UK) will be exhibited at Southern Guild from 18 January to 29 February 2020.
Sarah Shug dove into the exhilarating art scene of Iceland together with photographer Pauline Mikó, to create the book Isle of Art. It reads as a journey in which the Iceland’s artistic landscape is introduced in 256 pages,
Today is the last day to visit Milan Krajíček’s exhibition Fluidum at Gallery Kuzebauch in Prague, Czech Republic. The show explores the possibilities of glass and expanding the horizons of his own imagination.
Several months ago, this stylist and graduate of La Cambre Mode(s) launched a sustainable and ethical brand that closely resembles herself. At the end of the year, circumstances required her to change her brand’s name,
For 50 years, Liège-based interior designer Robert Schinckus has produced and sold exceptional rugs, including some artist-signed designs. Today he is supported in his efforts by his daughter Florence and son Charles.
In a city about 9000 km away from where they’re based, Brussels art centre WIELS collaborates with the recently opened TANK Shanghai in an exhibition that reflects on the dualistic nature of Belgian contemporary art and culture.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the international trade fair for home and contract textiles, starts the new decade off by creating a sustainability manifesto, and a focus on innovative design practices.