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.
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.
TLmag talks to Elisabeth Millqvist, the artistic and co-director of Wanås Konst: a beautifully isolated Swedish sculpture park that breaks the behavioural barriers of the white cube – and whose open collaboration with artists ignites a refreshing approach to looking at and experiencing art.
TLmag talks to co-founder Scott Billy, whose admiration for the newest generation of South African artists, designers and craftsmen energised him to opening his first gallery: Bonne Esperance.
In this expansive interview, TLmag talks to co-curator Angela Rui on the (unseen) thoughts and ideas behind the Dutch contribution to the XXII Triennale di Milano.
In exactly one year, Helsinki will open up Vallisaari, an archipelago located just off the shore of the Finnish capital as the home for its new Biennial. TLmag takes a look at the exciting things to come for this new event and offers a preview of it’s mesmerising location.
Belgian designer Annick Schotte revives traditional craftsman practices in Wallonia through her detailed art installation and crystal chandelier at Cockerill Castle.
With a theme of ‘Elements: Earth’, Design Miami/Basel 2019 focuses on the ways that designers can articulate the future through selected debut works, solo shows and its Curio program whilst also reflecting on the craftsmanship of rare mid-twentieth century masterpieces.