Rusak spoke to TLmag about his intuitive practice but also the larger implications of design; the critique of convention that his projects embody.
Vienna’s Museum für angewandte Kunst (Museum of Applied Arts or MAK) was founded in 1863 as a new type of accessible forum for the emerging fields of industrial art and design.
TLmag revisits Corning Museum of Glass’ ‘New Glass Now’ exhibition of early 2020, as it surveyed the zeitgeist of contemporary glass creation of 100 emerging and established talents from 32 countries.
With his ‘Pressed’ objects, innovative Dutch ceramicist Floris Wubben continues to push the limits of his materials by using a self-developed extrusion machine to explore their characteristics and their behaviour when being moulded.
For the first #flashbackfriday, TL Mag is pleased to focus on Atelier Jespers which will open its new show ” L’univers de Yonel Lebovici” this weekend.
Brendan Cormier has the momentous role of helping to establish the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) Shekou as part of the Design Society Museum at… Read more
A Brazilian phenomenon brought to South Florida, Casacor offers an alternative to the standard fair showcase, weather it be the contract furniture or collectible design… Read more
British Craft: The Miami Edit returned to Miami Art Week with a curated selection of talents changing the definition of the discipline.
Earlier this month, Romanian artist Daniel Knorr unveiled one of his emblematic Bonhomme Universe sculptures during the opening of the Herzog de Meuron-designed Jade Signature… Read more
The recently revamped Surf Club forms the perfect backdrop for an in-depth exhibition spotlighting the long term, interdisciplinary collaboration and friendship of architect Richard Meier and artist Frank Stella.
At Design Miami, Norwegian Crafts showcases key pieces by the ever-more-relevant and politically-charged oeuvres of feminist craftspeople Elisabeth von Krogh and Ellen Grieg.
Providing a fresh platform for historical and contemporary works by radical feminist artists, Fair. was a new offering during this year’s Miami Art Week; mounted in the unconventional setting of a shopping mall.