Designer Michael Anastassiades presented his first survey exhibition at NiMAC, in Nicosia, Cyprus, titled Things that Go Together. This book takes the exhibition as a starting point for exploring Anastassiades’s work and approach to design.
The radiant, stained glass religious works of prolific glassmaker Louis Comfort Tiffany are brought together for the first time inside Richard H. Driehaus Museum’s historic 19th century Chicago mansion.
The show at Wiels Centre for Contemporary Art invited us to look at the transversal heritages and the global resonances of ideas, images, sounds and energies that characterize contemporary African art.
This year’s Vienna Design Week highlights video game design’s interdisciplinary capabilities in a dynamic, all-around experience featuring well-known players in the local and international game development scene.
This year PAD London returns for its 13th edition to Berkely Square with a refined combination of contemporary and modern design, glass and ceramics, tribal art and antiquities, modern art and jewellery.
TLmag speaks to French visual artist Adrien Vesovi who, after a serious skiing accident in 2004, adopted a repetitive artistic process that still leaves room for surprise – creating what he likes to call “wanted accidents”.
‘’Those who really know what design is know how to make choices and, how to make bold choices.’’ Matteo Pirelli wrote resolutely in Lake Como Design Fair’s catalog to welcome visitors this weekend to its second edition and sparked curiosity to its focus: questions concerning the notion of color within the practice of design and architecture.
New Diatomée Vases by Garnier & Linker. Photo Florent Linker
Spazio Nobile is pleased to invite you to the opening of Lake Como Design Fair, which happens on Thursday 19 September at Teotro del Broletto (focus architecture) and Sale del Ridotto,
Winner of the 2018 Fondation Bettencourt Schueller prize “pour l’intelligence de la main – Talents d’exception”, Julien Vermeulen and his Maison are one of the few feather artisans still practicing in France.
Jörg Bräuer created Monoliths, a unique work containing different 100-year-old cedar and oak wooden slabs with philosophical citations engraved. This, together with much of his other work, is on show at Spazio Nobile from January until March 2020.
Chef of the 2 Michelin-starred restaurant La Paix, as well as other establishments — including Black Pearls in Brussels Airport and Le Lieu in Genappe — David Martin is just as passionate about contemporary art as he is about cooking.
TLmag caught up with metal artist Adi Toch to talk about her fascination with sound, how it’s incorporated itself within her work, the essence of performativity embedded in her practice and creating objects that intentionally “misbehave”.
You are warmly welcome to our exhibition Season XII- The Finnish Season /Keep Your Garden Alive from 20 September until 22 December. Opening on 19 September, from 18-22.00 in the framework of Design September.
Spazio Nobile is pleased to invite you to “Meet the Artist” event which is an informal opportunity to engage with Artist Kustaa Saksi’s work and to witness the artwork Archipelago commissioned by the Finnish Government to celebrate the Finnish Presidency to the European Council from July until December 2019.
Get to know the Gallerists behind Brussels Gallery Weekend! Here, Nicole O’Rourke of Ballon Rouge Collective shares her thoughts on the Belgian design scene and the process behind ‘OF ALL THE THINGS I’VE LOST’.
We are delighted to invite you to a Sunday Brunch to discover Bela Silva’s ceramic workshop at Zaventem Ateliers, on Sunday 15 September, from 12 until 4pm, in the framework of Brussels Design September
Get to know the Gallerists behind Brussels Gallery Weekend! Here, Mathieu Templon of Galerie Templon shares his thoughts on the Belgian design scene and the process behind Franz Ackermann’s new show ‘Our Houses’