The Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris presents an in-depth look at the imaginative and prolific career of French designer François Azambourg. The exhibiton features nearly 200 objects – from lightweight mobiles to prototypes to iconic design pieces.
TLmag offers a preview of the 17th edition of Design/Miami Basel, opening on June 12th, in the iconic Basel Messeplatz. The fair will present an intimate look at historic works alongside contemporary masters,
The House of Hosoo and Stellar Works put forward their passion for craft and tradition in a stunning showroom in Kyoto. Located in a traditional Japanese family house, the space reveals a unique collaboration between these two distinctive brands.
The 18th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice opened on May 20th and runs through November 26, 2023. Curated by Lesley Lokko, the sweeping exhibition is titled “The Laboratory of the Future”.
For TLmag38: Origine/Origin, Tracy Lynn Chemaly spoke with Dutch designer, Christien Meindertsma, about her project Fertile Grounds, which among many things, looks at new solutions outside of dairy farming to help preserve the remaining Frisian peatlands.
Finnish textile artist Kustaa Saksi presents a decade of his hypnotic, intricate and beautiful jacquard weavings, along with two new special commissions, at the Design Museum, Helsinki through October 15, 2023.
TLmag invited Tomás Libertíny to create a carte blanche portfolio for the A/W 2022 issue: TLmag38: Origin. In the magazine pages, he featured images of his bee sculptures alongside his own personal photographs to create an engaging juxtaposition of forms,
Shoji Fabrics, a new collection of transparent fabrics that includes 16 variations in two types: ‘Diaphanous’ and ‘Essence’, designed by Mae Engelgeer in collaboration with the House of Hosoo, launched during Milan Design Week along with the opening of the Hosoo Milan showroom.
A collaboration by two very different artists challenges the stereotypes and stigmas embedded in an historic institution, underscoring the vital importance of revisiting the atrocities of the past to change the narrative and pave the way for a better future.
For TLmag38: Origins, Laura Daza Carreno wrote about the archaeology of colour and applying the study of ancient colourants and the knowledge of traditional colour making to better understand human evolution.
Spazio Nobile Gallery presents “Super Specimens: Sensations of the Extraordinary,” an exhibition of new work by photographer Vincent Fournier. This will be Fournier’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition is on view from April 28th through July 20th,
OMG-GMO is a new collection of hand painted ceramic fruit by Paris-based designer Robert Stadler in collaboration with Italian ceramic company Bitossi. The work was featured at Carwan Gallery in Milan during Milan Design Week.
Hauser & Wirth Menorca opens their 2023 season with “After the Mediterranean”, a poignant and powerful exhibition curated by Oriol Fontdevila and featuring seven international artists whose work explores the social and ecological challenges affecting the region.
On April 15th, the Fondation Thalie in Brussels presents, Eva Jospin: Panorama, an intricate, large scale installation that invites viewers to take a poetic stroll through her sculptural work between fragments of landscapes and fantastical architectural elements.
Masterly – The Dutch in Milano, curated by Nicole Uniquole, and housed in the stunning Palazzo dei Giureconsulti, will feature new objects, installations and collaborations by over 80 Dutch creatives. The exhibition will be on view from April 18-23,
From March 10-May 10, 2023, Jean Boghossian presents “The Sea is Green”, three special exhibitions installed in iconic locations across Monte Carlo, as part of a city-wide series of events around ecology happening this spring.
In an interview which appeared in the A/W 2019 issue of TLmag32: Contemporary Applied, Lise Coirier spoke with Brussels-based designer Sébastien Caporusso about his design practice that is rooted in master craftsmanship and noble materials.
“A Forest of Collision and Raku”, an installation curated by Spazio Nobile of new ceramics, functional sculpture and tapestries by Kiki van Eijk & Joost van Bleiswijk, will be presented at the 7th edition of Masterly during Milan Design Week,
Last fall, Pao Hui Kao spoke with Oscar Duboÿ for our A/W 2022 issue: TLmag38: Origin. She is currently showing a selection of work, including pieces from the Original Paper Pleats series and the Urushi Paper Pleats series,