As Brussels Design September and Brussels Gallery Weekend take over the Belgian capital, this month is set out to be a true celebration of local designers. Here are TLmag’s highlights of the over 100 events scheduled for this month!
Inspired by western and non-western masters alike, visual artist Sanam Khatibi interrogates our personal and political power-structures through material and scenic juxtapositions in her paintings, embroidery, tapestries and ceramic sculptures. TLmag talks to the Belgian artist and reflects on the underlying personal attributes that influence her intuitive practice.
For his latest site-specific installation, ‘Îles Singulières’, Jean Michel Othoniel switched out his studio in Paris for Château La Coste: a 180-hectare art sanctuary hidden deep in the French countryside.
TLmag talks to award-winning designer Satyendra Pakhalé about his multifaceted design philosophy and practice, and how it’s illustrated throughout his first comprehensive monograph ‘Culture Of Creation’ — which will be published in Autumn 2019 through nai010 publishers.
Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain’s latest exhibition gives voice to figures who, aesthetically or scientifically, reveal the beauty and biological wealth of trees which is currently being threatened by deforestation.
This Brussels studio cultivates a carefully reasoned approach to graphic design. Contemporary, meticulous and rather trendy, the Stoëmp style is centred on experience and ethical practices. TLmag met with Italian-Polish designer-duo Gaetano Licata and Wojciech Szlachta,
Designing fabrics that are exported around the world, these two designers are as close as they are complementary. TLmag meets with half of the otherwise inseparable duo Barbara Repole, who, together with Sébastien Pescarollo,
Founded by Marie-José van den Hout, Galerie Marzee’s latest exhibition features collections of and works by the gallery’s artists and close friends. TLmag visited Marzee to sit down with its founder and learn more about Marzee’s oeuvre,
Czech storyteller and philosopher Petr Kavan invites visitors to look within themselves through his exhibition of black granite and bronze statues which reflect on spiritual and esoteric notions of human destiny and existence.
Chinese stone carver Song Hongquan reflects on changes in his professional and personal life by presenting three series of works that lay bare disintegrating sculptural traditions, unstable environments and controversial practices.