Belgian artist Thomas Leeroy just opened Behind the Curtain in the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, a solo-exhibition that gives a good overview of his style.
For the fifth edition of London Craft Week the gallery Sarah Myerscough presents the exhibition Charred in Fitzrovia chapel, exploring wood’s materiality.
Carpenter Workshop Gallery New York presents Aldo Bakker’s solo-exhibition Slow Motion, where the artist brings a new perception of furniture.
For over 15 years, journalist and tv-editor of ‘C’est du Belge’ Marie-Helene Vanderborght has provided visibility for creators and designers from Brussels and Wallonia. Her mission: to invite today’s talents into your living room.
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 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.