Providing a fresh platform for historical and new works by radical feminist artists, Fair. was new a offering during this year’s Miami Art Week; mounted in the unconventional setting of a shopping mall.
Blauw Christmas Crystal Brunch at Spazio Nobile Gallery
on Sunday 17 December from 12-4 pm, 142 rue Franz Merjay, 1050 Brussels
in presence of Piet Stockmans,
Designer duo Caroline Dath and Damien Safie do some graphic-based kidnapping from their Brussels studio
As a collaboration with Airbnb, Belgian duo Muller Van Severen launched an interactive installation during Design Miami, based on the concept of the shared home
The Institute of Contemporary Art in Miami has been busy: it just moved to its new permanent home, and launched a public sculpture initiative with pieces by Sol LeWitt
At Design Miami, Norwegian Crafts showcases key pieces by the ever-so-relevant and politically-charged oeuvre of feminist craftspeople Elisabeth von Krogh and Ellen Grieg.
The curator of the fourth Istanbul Design Biennial, Jan Boelen, announced the event’s eight key themes and the open call for projects from designers and thinkers
The founders of Passerin-nonpareil, a Brussels-based brand, create luxury accessories steeped in architectural principles
The Barcelona gallery is hosting The Space of Dreams, an exhibition that highlights the importance of the oneiric as a constructor of the artistic language of the 20th century
The recipients of the Hermès Residencies programme in the last three years are showcasing their work in ‘Les mains sans sommeil,’ an exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo
The Israeli artist is presenting more than 80 artworks, both sculptures and outdoor installations, at the Baker Museum in Naples, Florida
The second phase of the Taiwan-based A New Layer project, featuring contemporary design objects and furniture made with traditional local craftsmanship, goes live today
Don’t miss the launch of TLmag 28, our print edition focused on Asian Aesthetics, at the Atelier Bela Silva in Brussels
The most recent version of Paula Zuccotti’s series, a pop-up installation during the Dubai Design Week, highlighted the city’s position as a cross-cultural hub
The Italian designer is the guest of honour of the 2018 Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. We discussed the inspiration behind the installation that will occupy the fair’s entrance hall.
In terms of international visibility, Dubai-born designer Khalid Shafar is leading the pack: Czech brand Lasvit recently unveiled a prayer-inspired light installation, their first collaboration together
The American artist explores the visibility of the Latino community in Texas through Tierra. Sangre. Oro, an exhibition at the Ballroom Marfa
The NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale opened a comprehensive Frank Stella exhibtion earlier this month….
Leading New York art and design world figure Susan Grant Lewin gifts key works from her seminal jewellery collection to the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum. An honorary exhibition runs till 28 May 2018.
Mother-daughter design duo Helena and Natasha Sultan have set base in New York’s Chinatown with a showroom for their artisanal furniture brand Konekt
A social campaign for the return of empty buildings in Katowice city centre to urban life in Katowice, Poland Fundacja Napraw Sobie Miasto (“Fix Your City” Foundation) addressed the issue of empty buildings in 2013,
Christa Reniers designs jewellery with one person in mind: herself. And yet, some of her pieces have become timeless classics for women of several generations. How come?
At this year’s Dubai Design Week, the Abwab exhibition showcased the work of more than 40 regional designers who use objects to blend the past and present of their countries
Bohème reflects the contemporary vision of Leclere, mixing and matching all kind of materials, prints and patterns, with no decorative codes nor chronological order.