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Pierre Daras – The Belgian school

— June, 08 2019

An instructor at La Cambre Mode(s) for a decade, he is also artistic director for certain brands that trust him with their image. We met with this modest but dedicated man who gives us his –

Looking Ahead: Design Miami/Basel 2019

— June, 05 2019

With a theme of ‘Elements: Earth’, Design Miami/Basel 2019 focuses on the ways that designers can articulate the future through selected debut works, solo shows and its Curio program whilst also reflecting on the craftsmanship of rare mid-twentieth century masterpieces.

EDIT Napoli: A New Design Fair in Naples

— June, 03 2019

With just days before its first edition opens, EDIT Napoli’s founders Domitilla Dardi and Emilia Petruccelli, caught up with TLmag to talk about what we can expect of Italy’s newest design fair.

Ecole Camondo Expands To Toulon

— May, 30 2019

75 years after it was founded, Parisian Ecole Camondo expands its reach and opens a second site overlooking Toulon’s harbour in September 2019.

Jessica Barouch: Collecting Crushes

— May, 27 2019

TLmag talks to this young gallerist and interior designer on her lifetime passion for collecting her “crushes” and her apartment gallery’s latest exhibition.

MAK Design Lab: shaping our future

— May, 21 2019

For this year’s Vienna Biennale the MAK DESIGN LAB is reinstalled. The presentation explores the role of design in this digitalized era using over 500 objects.

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.