Pao Hui Kao is a designer, researcher, and artist based in Eindhoven. She explores ‘ordinary’ materials in the creation of extraordinary aesthetics. TLmag caught up with her to talk about her work and presentation with Spazio Nobile Gallery.
“Le Sacre de la Matière” echoes a notable Rite of Spring. It comprises the works of these six strong and free creators who relate to each other, each in their own way, together with translating the vital energy of creation in the applied arts and contemporary artistic design.
From the 29th of February until the 11th of October 2020, Vitra Design Museum presents the exhibition Gae Aulenti: A Creative Universe in the Vitra Schaudepot. The exhibition explores Aulenti’s multifaceted body of work, one that encompasses not only architectural projects and design objects, but also interiors, set and costume design, as well as exhibitions.
Tom Grotta and Rhonda Brown have dedicated most of their lives to exhibiting, documenting and supporting Fibre Art in all its forms, long before it was fully accepted into the contemporary art and design worlds.
Sarah Schug dove into the exhilarating art scene of Iceland together with photographer Pauline Mikó, to create the book Isle of Art. It reads as a journey in which the Iceland’s artistic landscape is introduced in 256 pages, meeting artists, curators, collectors, museums, and many more. TLmag caught up with Sarah Shug to learn more about this adventure.
Several months ago, this stylist and graduate of La Cambre Mode(s) launched a sustainable and ethical brand that closely resembles herself. At the end of the year, circumstances required her to change her brand’s name, so she gently reinvented herself without turning her back on the values she upholds.