Alongside it’s 40 exhibitors at BOZAR, the international drawing fair Art on Paper celebrates it’s fifth anniversary by launching a programme-filled Brussels Design Week in more than 20 major Brussels art institutions, centres and schools.
Drawing on tinkering techniques and her own hand-made textile artworks, British multidisciplinary artist Faye Toogood has materialised a vibrant, three-dimensional rug collection in collaboration with Italian rug manufacturer cc-tapis.
This year’s the Corning Museum of Glass’ annual seminar on glass is in conjunction with the exhibition New Glass Now and focusses on the past, present and future of contemporary glass. The exhibition provides a unique insight into the institution’s history exploring the Glass 1959 and New Glass: A Worldwide Survey (1979) exhibitions.
In this second monograph exhibition, A+ Architecture and BOZAR highlight Belgian architecture firm BAUKUNST’s unique image-driven methodology and decade-long practice through models, mechanisms, photographs and various videos.
Designer Michael Anastassiades presented his first survey exhibition at NiMAC, in Nicosia, Cyprus, titled Things that Go Together. This book takes the exhibition as a starting point for exploring Anastassiades’s work and approach to design.
The radiant, stained glass religious works of prolific glassmaker Louis Comfort Tiffany are brought together for the first time inside Richard H. Driehaus Museum’s historic 19th century Chicago mansion.