La Galerie du 19M in Paris presents Carla Fernández: The Future is Handmade, an immersive exhibition into the world of this singular artist and fashion designer that highlights her collaborations with Mexican artisans, whose art and savoir-faire she celebrates across her practice.
Aliki van der Kruijs is a Dutch designer and researcher with a keen interest in the weather and geology, making a body of work, including textiles, ceramics and film, relational to time, place and landscape. This article originally appeared in our A/W 2022 issue: TLmag38: Origin.
Carpenters Workshop Gallery presents “Reverse Fireworks in Slow Motion”, the first stateside solo exhibition by Greek artist, Kostas Lambridis.
Curated by Fondazione Lino Tagliapietra together with Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia, Lino Tagliapietra: The Origins of a Journey is a comprehensive exhibition of work by the Italian glass artist, now on view at the Ca’ Rezzonico, Museo del Settecento Veneziano in Venice.
The fourth edition of the Design Biennale Zurich opened on September 1st with a series of exhibitions dedicated to the small and large changes that effect our daily lives – whether that is connected to objects, society or climate change. The exhibition is on view through September 19th.
Spazio Nobile Gallery presents, Nord, an exhibition of new work made between 2022-2023 by Norwegian ceramic artist Ann Beate Tempelhaug. The exhibition will feature a selection of large-scale ceramic sculptural ‘murals’ onto which she makes free-flowing abstract paintings inspired by the dramatic northern Norwegian landscapes and the mystery of life itself.
Belgian photographer Sebastien Van de Walle captured the powerful performance art movement in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo during a 2018 visit. There he met Percy Numbi and Flory Sinanduku who create wildly creative costumes out of the waste and trash that sits in a dried up river bed in a poor neighborhood in the city.
Martin Bethenod, Managing Director for the Bourse de Commerce – Museum of the Pinault Collection, wrote an essay for the launch of Ronan Bouroullec’s collection of furnishings for the tiny chapel of Mont Saint-Michel de Brasparts in Brittany.