In a group exhibition titled Still Life with a Curtain, Beyoglu’s Galerist and Galeri Nev Ankara join forces with curator Deniz Artun to bring an ancient Greek story up to date
As part of our series on the artists and designers behind Spazio Nobile’s The Random Collection, we asked Lazard and Brissonnet about their thoughts on collecting the unique
The American artist is holding her third solo show at the Galerie Jousse Entreprise, with large-scale installations and objects borne out of material contrasts
With Faces 1: Identity Politics, the American artist uses the portraits of celebrated thinkers to explore the relationship between aesthetics, politics and language
Manufactured Landscapes, the current exhibition at Friedman Benda, brings the rough Chilean geography to New York with a series of digital objects crafted by nature
Opening on May 24, Spazio Nobile Gallery is showcasing a selection of contemporary glass art and design practices bearing the Made in Meisenthal seal.
As part of our series on the artists and designers behind Spazio Nobile’s The Random Collection, we asked Balzano about his thoughts on collecting the unique
The glass container, originally created in Meisenthal by French designer François Azambourg, is being produced in a special Brooklyn edition
As part of our series on the artists and designers behind Spazio Nobile’s The Random Collection, we asked Huissoud about her thoughts on collecting the unique
The venue on Porquerolles Island, home to the Carmignac Foundation, will be open to the public starting in early June.
Winner of the Galeries Lafayette award at the recent Festival de Hyères, Ester Manas – graduated of La Cambre Mode(s) – is preparing to see her collection offered in the French department store
Design Generations, the exhibition co-organized with WBDM, is the fifth edition of Intersections, at ADAMUSEUM Brussels
With Sexual Belgian Folklore and Sexual Belgian North Sea, the Antwerp-born artist focuses on the complexities of his home country’s national identity
As part of our series on the artists and designers behind Spazio Nobile’s The Random Collection, we asked Brandelli about his thoughts on collecting the unique
The multidisciplinary talent first studied in Denmark, German Ermičs is since 2014 an integral member of the Krux Amsterdam.
Avoiding the pitfalls of nostalgic recollection, TLmag takes a contemporary look at a fledgling group of many designers trained at Design Academy Eindhoven (DAE), who now call Amsterdam home.
At the New York museum, an exhibition titled The Senses: Design Beyond Vision experiments with the way touch, smell, taste and sound can affect the perception of an object
Opening this June, the Giacometti Institute features a reconstruction of the artist’s studio and will display artworks never shown to the public before
Brussels’ Collectors Gallery is presenting Zero Carat, a line of sculptural, fantasy-like jewellery devised by the French polymath
In A Furnace in Marseille, the Fondazione Querini Stampalia and Le Stanze del Vetro are showcasing the work of 17 artists in residence at the French glassmaking institution
In Le Notti Bianche, a new limited-edition book by Skira Editore, the Japanese photographer explores the history of several celebrated opera houses throughout Italy
With New African Photography III, Red Hook Labs and Nataal bring to Brooklyn the work of six female artists who explore the blurred boundaries of gender, diaspora and representation
(How) can we transform a transition space into a common space, where people like to stay and to meet without being forced to consume?
Inhabitants of the area will meet at Jakomini quarter to conquer the space.
TLmag’s eclectic selection spotlights a group of Dutch and international creatives who were drawn to the allure of Amsterdam after graduating from DAE. Some of them could be described as working against the grain or venturing into new territory.