As January is upon us, so is the BRAFA Art Fair. With the regularity of a fine watch-making mechanism, the doyenne of generalist fairs returns mid-winter with the aim of combining the best of the art on offer in Brussels.
For the first #flashbackfriday, TL Mag is pleased to focus on Atelier Jespers which will open its new show ” L’univers de Yonel Lebovici” this weekend.
An extensive collection of studio ceramics created by Andile Dyalvane during a recent residency at Leach Pottery in St. Ives, Cornwall (UK) will be exhibited at Southern Guild from 18 January to 29 February 2020.
Today is the last day to visit Milan Krajíček’s exhibition Fluidum at Gallery Kuzebauch in Prague, Czech Republic. The show explores the possibilities of glass and expanding the horizons of his own imagination.
Each year, IMM Cologne invites a design studio to create a full-sized home in the furnishings fair. In 2020, the MUT Design team from Spain breathes new life into the Das Haus challenge, and extends its bounds beyond its interior.
This is the final weekend of Brasília, Modernist Utopias by French photographer Vincent Fournier at Atelier Jespers, presented by our sister gallery Spazio Nobile.
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.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the international trade fair for home and contract textiles, starts the new decade off by creating a sustainability manifesto, and a focus on innovative design practices.
Reciprocal Syntax is an interactive installation, depicting the outcome of a creative exchange between two beings, through a metaphorical illustration of a concerted work process.
Last month Pierre Marie Giraud gallery in Brussels hosted a solo exhibition for first time, showcasing Michael Verheyden’s furniture.
The MAK contrasts colorful, trendy furniture and design icons such as the Panton Chair (1967) by Werner Panton or the fauteuil Galaxy (1966) by Walter Pichler with traditional high-quality “joiner’s chairs” in the exhibition “Sitzen 69” Revisited.
Part of the cycle of monographic shows and ‘carte blanche’ exhibitions dedicated to major contemporary artists, Palazzo Grassi presents Belgian artist Luc Tuymans’ first personal exhibition in Italy.