Danish ceramicist Lotte Westphael creates delicate vessels reminiscent of weavings, constructed from tiny slabs of coloured clay. TLMag speaks with the artist about her technique, inspiration, and approach.
Contemporary Czech glass art has created a major imprint in the world, and today is pulsating, full of life, and a vibrant component of the global scene. This new generation of glass artists is defined by a sense of artistic restlessness – a generation searching and experimenting.
Gallerist Cécile Fakhoury speaks with TLmag about her current exhibitions in the Ivory Coast, Senegal, and France, how artists work across multiple worlds, and the imperative of physical shows rather than their digital alternatives.
In her solo exhibition ‘I’ve Always Looked to the Sky’ at Aomori Contemporary Art Centre in Japan, Amélie Bouvier explores cultural memory and collective heritage through imagery, anecdotes, and studies of celestial bodies.
For 15 years, dressmaking workshop Mulieris, in Brussels’ Anderlecht district, has been part of a vocational reintegration programme dedicated to providing excellence. A meeting with Rachida Lazrak, general coordinator and key player in Belgium’s fashion landscape today.