Dive into a fascinating conversation between Japanese mentor Naoto Fukasawa and Taiwanese emerging artist designer Pao Hui Kao, where they unearth the profound connection between paper, Urushi, and nature. This exchange appears in the 2023 issue of TLmag39: The Culture of the Object.
Working with textiles and decorative fabric elements, these five artists are creating and capturing body covers, face masks, suits and sculptures that speak of preservation, identity, transformation and surrender.
For our S/S 2021 issue: TLmag35: Tactile/Textile/Texture, Francesca Picchi wrote a fantastic essay about the impact and importance of Italian sofa design post WWII – from innovative materials that allowed for more avant garde forms to the brilliant branding that made the world take notice.
It has been nearly 2-years since the passing of legendary textile designer and connoisseur, Jack Lenor Larsen, whose legacy lives on at the LongHouse. For our S/S 2021 issue, Adrian Madlenar wrote about this passionate and endlessly curious artist who helped bring handwoven textiles into the forefront of art,
La Galerie du 19M in Paris presents Carla Fernández: The Future is Handmade, an immersive exhibition into the world of this singular artist and fashion designer that highlights her collaborations with Mexican artisans,
This interview with Thierry De Cordier originally appeared in the A/W 2021 issue of TLmag36: All is Landscape. De Cordier’s exhibition “Passe Montagne” is on view at Xavier Hufkens Gallery in Brussels through October 14,
Curated by Fondazione Lino Tagliapietra together with Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia, Lino Tagliapietra: The Origins of a Journey is a comprehensive exhibition of work by the Italian glass artist, now on view at the Ca’ Rezzonico,
The fourth edition of the Design Biennale Zurich opens on September 1st with a series of exhibitions dedicated to the small and large changes that effect our daily lives – whether that is connected to objects,