TLmag is media partner with those events and fairs.
You can find TLmag at the following partnered fairs, festivals and events over the next few months:
Design Parade at Villa Noailles, 12th Edition
Each summer, the villa Noailles will organise design parade in two events: the first in Toulon, for interior design, and the second at Hyères, for design. Through this new, unique event in France, Design Parade will allow, over an extended weekend, for the fullest view of the decorative arts in contemporary design. Design Parade Toulon and Hyères aim to discover, promote, and support the young generation in these complementary disciplines and to present, to members of the profession and the general public, international designers through exhibitions and conferences. In accompanying these young designers, the festival supports equally artisanal skills along with industrial expertise, along with the assistance of its partners. The festival is also an opportunity to discover the heritage of these two neighbouring towns, which both offer an expression of the architectural and decorative wealth of the Var region.
At the Villa Noailles:
The Partners of the 12th international festival Design Parade Hyères
Institutional partners: communauté d’agglomération Toulon/ Provence Méditerranée /conseil départemental du Var / conseil régional Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur /ministère de la Culture et de la Communication/ Ville d’Hyères
Year partners: Groupe Galeries Lafayette / Eyes on Talents / Puntoseta / Fondation d’entreprise Ricard
Main partners: Fondation d’entreprise Hermès / Sammode
Partners of the festival: Galerie Kreo / Vitra / Sèvres – Cité céramique / Vilebrequin / CIRVA / D’Days / Tai Ping / Manufacture Cogolin / Nouveau Musée National de Monaco
With the support of: Passagen, Château Léoube
Media partners: TLmag, Intramuros, Frame, Arte, Étapes, Modemonline design competition
Villa Noailles’s Program:
The exhibitions are freely open to the public from June 30 to September 24 in the villa Noailles.
- 10 designers collective exhibition, competition: Léa Bardin, France graduated from ENSCI – les ateliers, Paris / Pauline Capdo and Luis Bellenger, France graduated from La Cambre, Brussels / Lisa Ertel, Germany, graduated from the Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung, Karlsruhe / Arthur Hoffer, France, graduated from ENSCI – les ateliers, Paris /Florent Jullien, France, graduated from ENSCI – les ateliers, Paris /Jenna Kaes, France, graduated from ECAL, Lausanne / OS & OOS, Sophie Mensen and Oskar Peet, Netherlands, graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven / Carolien Niebling, Netherlands, graduated from ECAL, Lausanne / Jonathan Omar and Lionel Dinis Salazar (Döppel Studio), France, graduated from ENSAD, Strasbourg and ENSAD, Paris / Ragna Ragnarsdottir, Iceland, graduated from ENSCI – les ateliers, Paris
- Inga Sempé, designer, president of the jury
- Maria Jeglinska, designer
- Pernelle Poyet, designer, winner of the Grand Prix, Design Parade Hyères 2016
- 40th anniversary of the Centre Georges Pompidou in the frame of the exhibition Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles, a life as patrons
- Adrien Rovero, designer
- Laureline Galliot et Mathieu Peyroulet Ghilini, designers
- Thélonious Goupil, winner of the Special Award Design Parade Hyères 2016
Design Toulon, 2nd Edition
In 2016, the villa Noailles has committed itself to a new proposition in Toulon devoted to interior design and decoration. Henceforth, each summer, the villa Noailles will organise design parade in two events: the first in Toulon, for interior design, and the second at Hyères, for design. Through this new, unique event in France, Design Parade will allow, over an extended weekend, for the fullest view of the decorative arts in contemporary design. Design Parade Toulon and Hyères aim to discover, promote, and support the young generation in these complementary disciplines and to present, to members of the profession and the general public, international designers through exhibitions and conferences. In accompanying these young designers, the festival supports equally artisanal skills along with industrial expertise, along with the assistance of its partners. The festival is also an opportunity to discover the heritage of these two neighbouring towns, which both offer an expression of the architectural and decorative wealth of the Var region.
Ville de Toulon / communauté d’agglomération Toulon / Provence Méditerranée / conseil départemental du Var
conseil régional Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur / ministère de la Culture et de la Communication
Groupe Galeries Lafayette / Eyes on Talents / Puntoseta /Fondation d’entreprise Ricard
Van Cleef & Arpels
Partners of the festival:
Sammode / CHANEL
Realizations of the showrooms with the support of: Sèvres – cité de la céramique, Tai Ping, Manufacture Cogolin, Poterie Ravel, Pierre Frey, Moustache, Bob Carrelage, Inter-Faces, Make’s concept store, Le Cube Rouge, EGM Gallery, Flos, PCM Design, Olivades, Petite Friture, Diptyque
TLmag, Intramuros, Frame, Arte, Étapes, Modemonline…
Design Toulon’s Program:
The exhibitions are freely open to the public from June 29 to September 24, as a path through the City center and the old town of Toulon.
- Vincent Darré, designer and interior designer
- François Halard, photographer
- Studio Quetzal : Adrien Gadet, Louise Naegelen and Benjamin Lina, interior designers, winners of the Grand Prix Design Parade Toulon
- Van Cleef & Arpels, 2016
- Valentina Cameranesi, artist, ceramist
- Montex, MTX : architectural embroderies
- CHANEL Métiers d’art
- Workbays village : students in design from ECAL, Vitra, Erwan & Ronan Bouroullec
- École supérieure d’art et de design Toulon Provence Méditerranée : students in design
- Musée national de la Marine: setting of the collections
- 360 design : Faron Mount cable car
The gateway to Asia’s home living happens twice a year: in August for the Autumn and in March for the Spring Editions.
Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles is Asia’s leading home textile event at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai), Shanghai, China. It is a dynamic platform for industry professionals to source and to gain design inspirations through the conveniently structured product displays and the fringe programme. In 2016, 1,158 exhibitors and 37,779 visitors joined the event.
MoOD stands for Meet only Original Designs and is happening at Tour & Taxis in Brussels at the same time than Indigo. Both fairs have a lots of crossovers in the fast-growing and innovative textile design industry.
Meet with producers bringing you upholstery, window and wall coverings for the residential and contract market. Discover new materials and techniques at the Launchpads, MoOD Tech and the Innovation Platform. MoOD, together with surface pattern design show Indigo Brussels, will be taking place for the second time on 6, 7 & 8 September at Tour & Taxis in Brussels. An easy accessible location near the beautiful city centre of Brussels. Visitors are professionals in the fields of design and styling, commercial reps representing companies active as editeurs, wholesalers, retail agents, import/export companies, furniture manufacturers, interior decoration and product development.
At Indigo Brussels happening at the same time than MoOD, you can discover and meet more than 100 international studios and designers that propose patterns and designs for home-universe professionals: weavers, printers, editors of decorative fabrics, makers of bed, table and bath linens, volume retailers, specialized distributors, manufacturers of floor and wall coverings, major home decoration brands, designers and design consultants.
Brussels Gallery Weekend celebrates its 10th Edition in 2017 and the reopening of Brussels contemporary art galleries, gathering together great shows, all around the city. Download here the folder and map of the galleries’s itinerary.
Aeroplastics, Valérie Bach, Albert Baronian, Galerie de la Béraudière, Bernier / Eliades, Didier Claes Gallery, CLEARING, Galerie Conradi, dépendance, MLF I Marie-Laure Fleisch, La Forest Divonne, Galerie Felix Frachon, Pierre-Marie Giraud, Gladstone Gallery, Hopstreet Gallery, Xavier Hufkens, Victor Hunt Designart Dealer, Rodolphe Janssen, Keitelman Gallery, Irène Laub Gallery, Harlan Levey Gallery, LMNO, Xavier Lust, Maniera, Jablonka Maruani Mercier, Greta Meert, Meessen De Clercq, Mendes Wood DM, Jan Mot, Nathalie Obadia, Office Baroque, OV PROJECT, Almine Rech, Michel Rein, Sorry We’re Closed, Spazio Nobile Gallery, Stems, Galerie Templon, Caroline Van Hoek, Vedovi Gallery, Waldburger Wouters
Non profit Curated Spaces
Artists Club Coffre Fort, Boghossian Foundation – Villa Empain, CAB Art Center, Damien & The Love Guru, Etablissement d’en face, Greylight Projects, ISELP, Komplot, La loge, WIELS
Art On Paper, 3rd Edition, 5 ingredients of success:
A specialized art fair held in a major cultural institution BOZAR in Brussels. A show that asserts to the vitality of contemporary drawing and its expanded field. 25 exhibitors presenting 25 artist’s solo shows selected by a rigorous committee for a highly qualitative event. Belgian, international, young and established galleries meeting in Brussels, core city of the contemporary art scene.The opportunity to meet influential art collectors and professionals of the artworld.
Art on Paper has made itself the sounding board for this pertinence that is specific to the medium by devoting itself strictly to drawing in its most contemporary expression. For this third edition, taking place at BOZAR from 7 to 10 september 2017, the Brussels contemporary drawing show is taking possession of the Terarken rooms with a plan to connect some twenty-five solo shows selected from international galleries. An artist’s stroke will thus stand out within each exhibition space.
Brussels Design September, has become the meeting place for design enthusiasts and encompasses over 100 cultural and commercial events in Brussels. For a month, the city becomes the meeting platform for numerous Belgian and international designers.
This 11th Edition of Brussels Design September gathers activities such as exhibitions, conferences, Arts & Crafts routes, the Commerce Design Brussels or the Brussels Design Market. So many places for dialogue and meetings between designers, architects and design enthusiasts. A true urban route to be followed going through stores, pop-up stores, galleries, cultural venues.
Highlights: conferences at Flagey with keynote speakers parallel to their exhibitions
Conference of Piet Stockmans, Flagey 19.09 – 8.15pm, www.flagey.be, www.pietstockmans.com and exhibition at Spazio Nobile around the theme of Blauw (Ceci n’est pas une couleur), in dialogue with Frederik Vercruysse, from 29 September 2017 until 4 February 2018
PARIS DESIGN WEEK is fast becoming the definitive cultural counterpoint that is raising the bar for design weeks across the world. Overlapping the M&O PARIS September show and uniting the French and an increasingly international design community, Paris Design Week embraces the city that becomes immersed in promenades, cocktails, exhibitions… culminating into the celebration of emerging talents at Now! Le Off at La Cité du Design et de la Mode, Quai d’Austerlitz.
After training with the greatest names in interior and product design (Christian Liaigre and Philippe Starck), Tristan Auer has developed his own style: bespoke creations, featuring a bold combination of classical references and avant-garde design. This approach lends coherence and originality to his creations, which favour user experience and well- being: the very point of art de vivre. Today, his name is associated with elegance and French style all around the world.
Named Designer of the Year for the September 2017 edition of MAISON&OBJET PARIS, Tristan Auer has imagined the scenography for a stand dedicated to his work in Hall 8.
By including the design section within Art Élysées, the organizers bring together major galeries from the twentieth century and exhibit a careful selection of exceptional pieces offering every year a more qualitative edition. Art Élysées – Art & Design, creates dialogue between Modern and Contemporary Art and historical Design of the twentieth century. The exhibitions present visitors with a coherent and comprehensive overview. A selection of local and international art dealers, all of whom are leaders in their areas, dedicated to address passionate collectors and art lovers from around the world.
The fair counts almost 80 galleries throughout the three pavilions, installed along the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, from Place Franklin Roosevelt and Place de la Concorde.
For its 44th edition from 19 to 22 October 2017 in Paris, FIAC will host a carefully balanced selection of leading international galleries in the iconic Grand Palais. FIAC consolidates the presence of major galleries working in the field of modern and contemporary art and confirms its support of the emerging generation, notably via the Lafayette Sector organized in partnership with our official sponsor, the Galeries Lafayette Group. Fresh, eclectic and edgy, this year’s selection is sure to attract wide-spread attention from connaisseurs and amateurs alike. Keen interest from exhibitors in all sectors of the market confirms Paris’s growing appeal. Increasingly FIAC appears as a must in the autumn calendar.
Launched in 2016, On Site presents sculptures and installations in locations in and around the prestigious Petit Palais: the exhibition spaces, the garden, the esplanade, as well as the Avenue Winston Churchill which will be transformed into a pedestrian zone for the duration of FIAC. On Site is organized in collaboration with Christophe Leribault, (Director and curator of the Petit Palais) and Eva Wittocx (Senior Curator, M-Museum Leuven), associate curator for 2017. The list of participating galleries will be announced shortly.
FIAC reaffirms its strong cultural mission through the Hors Les Murs programme. A program of artworks – unrivalled in scope in the landscape of international art fairs – will be presented in emblematic Parisian sites: the Jardin des Tuileries, the Musée National Eugène Delacroix, and the Place Vendôme.
The selection committee for the Jardin des Tuileries, presided by Vincent Pomarède (Curator in Chief, Director of Mediation and Cultural Programming), includes curators from the Musée du Louvre together with Bernard Blistène (Director of the Centre Pompidou, Paris), and Jean de Loisy (President of the Palais de Tokyo, Paris). FIAC will also present the performance festival Parades for FIAC, as well as a series of conferences and screenings of artists’ films. The full programme will be announced soon.
Paris Photo is the premier international art fair for works in the photographic medium. It is the world’s largest art fair dedicated to photography with two fair world-wide, Paris at the historic Grand Palais and Los Angeles at the iconic Paramount Pictures Studios.
The Salon Art + Design welcomes the world’s finest galleries exhibiting historical, modern and contemporary furniture, groundbreaking decorative arts, and late 19th and 20th century fine art. Visitors will find designs by the great 20th century masters, as well as creative works by today’s most innovative young artists. Look for Art Deco, Mid Century Modern from America, France, Italy, and Scandinavia paired with the work of young designers. With its immense 55,000-square-foot Wade Thompson Drill Hall—modeled after 19th-century European train stations—and historic rooms designed by leading period designers Louis Comfort Tiffany and the Herter Brothers, the Armory offers an amazing space to view cutting edge design.
Thursday, November 9, Collector’s Preview 5pm – 7pm
By Invitation Only, Vernissage Party, 7pm – 9pm
Open to the public from Friday, November 10, 11am – 8pm – Saturday, November 11, 11am – 7pm – Sunday, November 12, 11am – 7pm – Monday, November 13, 11am – 5pm