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TLmag 27 extended

In this TLmag online edition we have bundled the best articles about TLmag 27 extended
Renaud Vuaillat, Photo: Christian Schieder

Set in an iconic Chelsea brownstone, New York’s Twenty First Gallery is a far cry from the white cube spaces that line the nearby High Line. Featuring work by top historical and contemporary European designers, gallerist Renaud Vuaillat fosters a domestic atmosphere.

Photo: Mike Vorrasi

Ahead of Sight Unseen Offsite (19-22 May), founders Monica Khemsurov and Jill Singer talk to TLmag about the major event, their industry-leading blog Sight Unseen, and how design in New York has evolved over the past decade.

Christian Larsen, Photo by Lynton Gardiner

In an exclusive interview with TLmag, MET Associate Curator, Modern and Contemporary Christian Larsen talks about his mandate to elevate the often marginalized domain of design through a reorganisation of a collection few are aware of. With his first exhibition Sottsass Design Radical opening at the MET Breuer this July, Larsen is set to break traditional boundaries and establish fresh curatorial solutions.


New York is a place of cross pollination and collaboration. From my first impression as a visitor, to internships, employments, interdisciplinary collaborations and the founding of my own practice, I felt a shared ambition or a connected dream; to which I belonged. The energy is stimulating, the diversity inspiring and the competition motivating. Buildings, designs, fashion and art performances can only be achieved through cooperation.

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