Moving between languages and communicating only through email and social media, British artist Erin Dickson’s ongoing project Chinese Whispers creates a chain reaction and production between 15 international glass practitioners.
The Urban incubator: Belgrade http://urbanincubator.org The Urban Incubator is a Goethe-Institut ‘project of excellence’, supported by the City of Belgrade and the Municipality of Savski Venac. The Urban Incubator: Belgrade involves more than ten local and international projects from the fields of art,
Stockmans and Vercruysse share that culture of minerality which is the focus of Spazio Nobile’s exhibitions. By reducing ornamentation in their essential and existential approach, the two creators give form to the idea of Blauw. Ceci n’est pas une couleur. More than a pigment, it is a primary colour that oscillates on the border between shadow and light: the ultramarine of cobalt, from sky to sea, from the still image to the porcelain piece.
V troje – Threesome The formal encounter of the future partners This bottom up initiative started in a formal way. 30 young professionals were invited by the British Council Slovenia (an institution promoting cultural relations,
TLmag’s eclectic selection spotlights a group of Dutch and international creatives who were drawn to the allure of Amsterdam after graduating from DAE. Some of them could be described as working against the grain or venturing into new territory.
In exactly one year, Helsinki will open up Vallisaari, an archipelago located just off the shore of the Finnish capital as the home for its new Biennial. TLmag takes a look at the exciting things to come for this new event and offers a preview of it’s mesmerising location.
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,
Kustaa Saksi, In Full Bloom, tapestry, Jacquard Weave, Mohair, Cotton Velvet, Acrylic, Wool, Trevira, 250 x 170 cm, ed. 6 + 2 AP
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Limited edition with 8 +2 artist’s proofs. Pigment print on pur cotton paper, on the reverse signed, titled, dated and numbered, Artist frame in oak
Côte d’Albâtre, 2014
Frame : 172 x 108 cm
Image 172 x 108 cm
Available edition : 5/10
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.
For over a decade, threeASFOUR has brought a refreshing touch of avant-gardism to fashion. Using technological innovation and unexpected collaborations, the collective, with both its inventiveness and its diversity, represents one face of New York.
“Visit the interior of the Earth and, by transformation, you will find the hidden stone”. This quote by 15th century alchemist Basilius Valentinus opens up TLmag’s latest Autumn/Winter print edition — co-edited by visual artist Amy Hilton.
TLmag talked to Italian glass artist Simone Crestani about his young beginnings, artistic philosophies and Asian inspirations for his personal exhibition ‘Poetry of Light’ – on view at the Adele-C showroom during Milano Design Week.
The fashion elements and softness of fabric are here transformed into glass. One of the objects is based on the technique of Plisse, which rotates around its own axis. The other design is based on layering cracked desks.
Dimitri Jeurissen, co-founder of Brussels-based but internationally active agency Base Design, gives us his vision of communication 2.0 and the new challenges that not only his clients, but his own studio,
For 50 years, Liège-based interior designer Robert Schinckus has produced and sold exceptional rugs, including some artist-signed designs. Today he is supported in his efforts by his daughter Florence and son Charles.
Top designer Patricia Urquiola bases her approach on rigour, emotion, innovation and well-being. Trained with historical figures like Achille Castiglioni and Piero Lissoni, the Italo-Spanish master looks to reinvigorate the discipline by reintroducing the notions of precision,
Polygon expresses light, glass and the glass-cutter’s art inperfect harmony. Combining the traditional shape of a hand-blown glass lampshade with the polygonal network often used in 3D modeling programs, Polygon creates a new and unusual décor with two distinct looks.