For 15-years, textile artist, Rachel Duvall, has worked on her intricate and complex weavings, which explore the tension between structure and the handmade. TLmag spoke to the artist about her practice.
For the A/W 2020 TLmag34 – Precious: A Geology of Being, Tracy Lynn Chemaly reported on four innovative architectural firms using traditional clay bricks in pioneering architectural projects. Economical, environmentally stable, and aesthetically eye-catching, it’s time to put this material back in the spotlight.
For our S/S 2021 issue: TLmag35: Tactle/Textile/Texture, Anniina Koivu, guest-editor of TLmag35, interviewed Hella Jongerius about her innovative practice that has recently focused on the potential of weaving and 3D weaving in design, architecture and science.
For our S/S 2021 issue, TLmag35: Tactile / Textile / Texture, Zeniya Vreugdenhil interviewed Ronan Bouroullec to talk about the opening of the Bourse de Commerce, the designer’s connection with textiles, and how drawing helps keep him focused and creatively engergised.
Furniture, textiles, technology, drawings, and recently ceramics. There are few mediums into which Ronan Bouroullec is not afraid to venture, and venturing with success. His solo exhibition at Galerie Kreo is on view through January 4, 2022.
The Mingei International Museum in San Diego, California, re-opened its doors to the public in September 2021 after an extensive 3-year renovation led by architect Jennifer Luce, principal of Luce et studio. With its dynamic, welcoming space & contemporary vision, the museum shines a light on the beauty of craft and the handmade.
In 2019, colour advisor Giulio Ridolfo visited the remote Fogo Island where he created a bespoke colour chart and a collection of knitted accessories for the new Fogo Island Workshop brand. Anniina Koivu, guest editor of TLmag35: Tactile / Textile / Texture, wrote about this experience for our S/S 2021 issue.
TLmag interviewed Simone Pheulpin for its S/S 2021 issue, TLmag35: Tactile/Textile/Texture. The French artist, who received Special Mention from the Loewe Craft Prize in 2018, opens an exhibition of her folded, fabric sculptures at the Musée des arts decoratifs in Paris on December 7th.
Edouard Challemel du Rozier talks to TLmag about Bail Art, and connecting the art world with the corporate world.