In a city about 9000 km away from where they’re based, Brussels art centre WIELS collaborates with the recently opened TANK Shanghai in an exhibition that reflects on the dualistic nature of Belgian contemporary art and culture.
Every year, the Biennale Interieur, together with magazines Knack Weekend and Le Vif Weekend, select a Belgian ‘designer of the year’. This year, the accolade goes to none other than Linde Freya Tangelder AKA destroyers / builders.
Conceived as a site-specific narrative, this collaborative exhibition by artist Li Qing and curator Jérôme Sans presents an in-depth exploration of the history and space of Prada Rong Zhai, creating a connection between the urban environment of Shanghai, its past, present and future.
TLmag speaks to French visual artist Adrien Vesovi who, after a serious skiing accident in 2004, adopted a repetitive artistic process that still leaves room for surprise – creating what he likes to call “wanted accidents”.
Winner of the 2018 Fondation Bettencourt Schueller prize “pour l’intelligence de la main – Talents d’exception”, Julien Vermeulen and his Maison are one of the few feather artisans still practicing in France. Here, Julien shares with us his artistic vision and future hopes for his craft.
TLmag caught up with metal artist Adi Toch to talk about her fascination with sound, how it’s incorporated itself within her work, the essence of performativity embedded in her practice and creating objects that intentionally “misbehave”.
Inspired by western and non-western masters alike, visual artist Sanam Khatibi interrogates our personal and political power-structures through material and scenic juxtapositions in her paintings, embroidery, tapestries and ceramic sculptures. TLmag talks to the Belgian artist and reflects on the underlying personal attributes that influence her intuitive practice.
Galerie Marzee’s latest exhibition features jewellery collections of and works by the gallery’s artists and close friends. TLmag sat down with founder Marie-José van den Hout to learn more about Marzee’s oeuvre, ethos, and the person behind it all.