Surveying the zeitgeist of contemporary glass creation from across the globe is the New Glass Now exhibition on view at the celebrated Corning Museum of Glass till 4 January 2020. Bringing together work by 100 emerging and established talents from 32 countries,
TLmag catches up with Jimmy Macdonald, former director of London Design Fair and current partner of Adorno, to learn more about web-born exhibition platforms and the future challenges for both online and digital fairs.
Official opening on Sunday 27 September, 11-17.00
Maison Louis Carré, L’Appel de la nature / Call to the Wild
2 chemin du Saint-Sacrement, F- 78490 Bazoches-sur-Guyonne maisonlouiscarre.fr
Vernissage on Sunday 27 September 2020,
In her latest exhibition at Form Design / Center in Malmö, Swedish designer Kajsa Willner imagines a more nuanced and holistic attitude towards the major sustainability challenges we face concerning plastics.
Before turning to knit sweater design, Valentine Witmeur was an influencer. Produced in Portugal and distributed through a network of high-end stores -the creations of this Brussels-born designer are part of an on-trend yet carefully considered approach to fashion.
Today, 17th of September 2020 the Michelangelo Foundation launches a new online, searchable platform Homo Faber Guide. The portal showcases artisans, ateliers, museums, galleries and experiences linked to the world of fine craftsmanship around Europe.
Welcome to our Sunday Brunch’s Performances within Season XV- Lionel Jadot & Serge Leblon, Les ignorants, a duo exhibition, from 4 September until 8 November 2020, at Spazio Nobile, rue Franz Merjay 142,
At 25, this Namibia-born, Belgian-Japanese designer chose to change his career path – making one of the best decisions of his life. Immersed in multiple cultures, but deeply rooted in the dynamics of the Belgian design scene,
With a shared obsession with the organic and an instinctive relationship with raw material, the two distinct practices of designer Lionel Jadot and photographer Serge Leblon are united under a common thread in Spazio Nobile Gallery’s latest exhibition.
Having been CEO of leather goods brand from 2012 to 2018, Marco Probst is (since December) once again the happy CEO of his Maison. He guards his secret with Germanic rigour mixed with a smidgeon of Belgian fantasy.
Valcke Art Gallery’s recent exhibition presents the transformative works of three distinct craftsmen: David Huycke, Christophe Desvallées and Guy van Leemput. TLmag talks to director Johan Valcke about the exhibition, as well as his take on the contemporary Belgian art scene.
Knit! by Kvadrat is a series of work by 28 different designers exploring the potential of knitted textiles by Kvadrat Febrik. Knit! debuts in Copenhagen during 3 Days of Design (3–5 September 2020) physically and as a digital,
In this interview first published in TLmag’s “Islands of Creation”, managing editor Blaire Dessent talks to Finnish businessman and art collector Timo Miettinen about his passion for contemporary art, the new developments with Salon Dahlmann,
At the invitation of Pascal Devalkeneer, the two Michelin-starred Belgian chef and his partner Pili Collado, Le Châlet de la Forêt welcomes Spazio Nobile for exhibiting a selection of glazed ceramic sculptures and colorful works on paper by Portuguese artist Bela Silva.
When Mildred Constantine and Jack Lenor Larsen wrote these words in their seminal book about textile based art in 1973, Sheila Hicks was a young artist establishing her career, but they could be easily applied to Sheila Hicks in 2019.
76 artists presented by 28 galleries across five Nordic capitals. CHART launches its de-centred programme of exhibitions, talks, and events taking place in each participating gallery from 28-30 August, marking the eighth edition of the annual Nordic event for contemporary art.
Working in painting, sculpture, collage and everything in between, Italian artist Alessandro Roma talks to TLmag about how his methodology has continued to change form and takes us through the inspiration behind his practice.
Before Kandinsky, Malevich and Mondrian, there was Hilma af Klimt. After a breakout exhibition of her work in their Stockholm museum back in 2013, Malmö’s Moderna Musseet revisits the Swedish artist’s oeuvre to present new insights into af Klimt’s systematic research.
Founder of the fashion department of the Ecole nationale supérieure des Arts Visuels (ENSAV) in Brussels, in 1986, which she later baptised La Cambre Mode(s), Francine Pairon continued to pursue her vision,