Museums and design festivals across the world are celebrating Ettore Sottsass in 2017, a hundred years since the Italian design great was born, and showing that he’s more than just Memphis.
The current exhibition at the Parisian space presents works created by artists from all over the African continent —including a selection from Jean Pigozzi’s contemporary collection
A new book by Pandora Publishers tells the visual and business story behind one of Belgium’s most prolific contemporary industrial designers
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice is hosting a comprehensive retrospective of the American artist’s abstract work
This summer, the Belgian institution has a moving-museum-within-a-museum with 019 and a bit of A Wild Thing thanks to Maarten Van Severen & Co
Performance artist Michael Portnoy talks to TLmag about appropriating popular culture in art institutions with dramatic effects.
De Stijl is 100 years old this year and its impact lives on in the Netherlands’ superb architecture, as can be seen in this selection by Eleonora Usseglio Prinsi.
Celebrating its pearl anniversary, Edra’s secrets to success are family, passion, technology and handcraft, vice-president Monica Mazzei tells TLmag.
TLmag spoke to Edouard Vermeulen, artistic director of Natan, about how the fashion house is keeping up with the times and its collaboration with Denis Meyers.
The Canadian furniture studio released their inaugural collection, called Tension, at this year’s ICFF in New York
The exhibition at the Belgian fashion museum features work created by Japanese avant-garde designers in the last 35 years
The ModeMuseum in Antwerp is showcasing Martin Margiela’s work at the house of Hermès, which he directed between 1997 and 2003