Maurice Scheltens and Liesbeth Abbenes have built a practice at the intersection of commissioned and autonomous photography. With a little less than a month before it ends, TLmag headed over to FOAM to see the largest museum solo exhibition of this Dutch artist duo.
Richard Venlet offers a playful overview of his 28-year practice and varied methodology as an artist, architect, curator and exhibition designer in his latest exhibition at BOZAR.
Design Museum Den Bosch’s exhibition unearths European Ceramic Work Centre’s (Sundaymorning@ekwc) history as it engages with themes of transience, eternity, and the fine line between authenticity and reproduction.
Following an open call with the theme “Community”, 18 projects have been selected for the 12th edition of Denmark’s very own Biennale for Craft and Design.
Celebrating the unique relationship between Finland and Japan, Artek unites traditional craftsmanship with contemporary and classic designs from both cultures in their new FIN/JPN Friendship Collection, launching at this year’s Milan Design Week.
TLmag talked to Italian glass artist Simone Crestani about his young beginnings, artistic philosophies and Asian inspirations for his personal exhibition ‘Poetry of Light’ – on view at the Adele-C showroom during Milano Design Week.
TLmag talks to scenographer Rain Wu and Art Director Lise Coirier about Taiwanese traditional craftsmanship and how exhibiting cultural objects changes the way we perceive them. “Formosa: A New Layer Taiwan meets Yii” is an exhibition which has been inaugurated at Spazio Nobile in Brussels before heading to Révélations Biennial at Grand Palais in Paris.
Nineteen international designers collaborate in the fourth edition of Doppia Firma; a Milan design week exhibition that couples up contemporary designers with master artisans.