Nikari’s Five Decades of Working with Wood

— January, 18 2018

Kari Virtanen and his many pupils are responsible for 50 years of cabinetmaking history at Nikari. To celebrate the anniversary, the Finnish company has released a book titled ‘Working with Wood.’


The Essai of Massoud and Nawam

— January, 17 2018

With Essai, an exhibition in Beirut’s Carwan Gallery, the two ceramic artists relent control of their pieces to the unexpectedness of chemical trials


Mark Hagen Does Nude Group Therapy

— January, 16 2018

The American artist brings to the Almine Rech Gallery a series of paintings and sculptures based on the work of a Belgian research institute that hoped to alleviate the woes of humanity


Shanghai Heads to Cologne

— January, 15 2018

Stellar Works, one of China’s most innovative furniture brands, is heading to imm Cologne for the first time. We spoke to founder Yuichiro Hori about their debut.


Material Tendencies: Konstantin Grcic

— January, 14 2018

Architonic spoke to the trained carpenter and industrial designer from Munich about his passion for design history, materials and development processes


Alain Berteau: Objekten Systems on M&O Paris

— January, 12 2018

A few days before Paris Maison & Objet, where several new items he created for his own brand, Objekten Systems, as well as for Belgian company XLBloom, will be exhibited, Berteau welcomed us to his Brussels studio.


Lucie Koldova Is in Das Haus

— January, 12 2018

The Czech designer, lauded for her work as Brokis’ artistic director, is the guest designer for the 2018 edition of imm Cologne’s Das Haus. Watch her out!


Joseph Kosuth Reworks Ovid

— January, 11 2018

The American artist honours the work of the poet Ovid with repurposed texts in the installation ‘Maxima Proposito’ at Vistamare in Pescara


The V&A is an Opera House

— January, 07 2018

The Royal Opera House and the Victoria and Albert Museum have come together to devise a journey through four centuries of opera


A Shared Passion at the MusVerre

— January, 04 2018

Anne Vanlatum discusses the stories behind the objects in the collection of Marcel and Gigi Burg, recently donated to the Sars-Poteries institution


Seeing Things in Black and White

— January, 02 2018

With ‘Monochrome: Painting in Black and White,’ the National Gallery explores what happens when artists cast aside the colour spectrum


The Componibili Turn 50

— December, 31 2017

The ADAM – Brussels Design Museum, in collaboration with Milan’s Kartell Museo, is presenting a tribute to Anna Castelli Ferrieri’s Componibili furniture


Philippe Parreno at the Museo Jumex

— December, 28 2017

For his first solo exhibition in Mexico City, the French artist is presenting an ever-changing composition of films, sound and light on two floors


Ways of Seeing at Villa Empain

— December, 27 2017

The Boghossian Foundation is presenting an exhibition by curators Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath focused on the impact of visual culture