Greek artist Athina Ioannou maximizes and reinterprets painting through minimal and economic means. Her sensuous ‘abstract’ painting – what she refers to as ‘plus-painting’ – arises from the ‘intensification’ of ready-made carriers through the patient all-over saturation of her work with linseed oil.
Here, TLmag presents a conversation between Lebanese artist and designer Ali Cherri and professor and the director of International relations of the DAI in Berlin, Friedrich Lüth.
Under the fixed static gaze of Pablo Bronstein’s ‘Grey Witch’, visitors to his site-specific installations in Turin & Venice are propelled into reflections on the constrictions of the space, time and image of the present.
What does it mean to collect? This year, Brussel’s Horta Museum celebrates three monumental anniversaries by presenting three exhibitions that each sheds a different light on the notion of the collecting.
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.
The former Max Mara factory turned into art gallery presents the first rehang of its most defining projects since its opening in 2007.
On the first day of COLLECTIBLE 2019, TLmag highlights “Landscape”; the exceptional installation created by New York City and Athens based studio Objects of Common Interest on view at Sight Unseen’s booth
The second edition of COLLECTIBLE reinvents the interior of Brussel’s Vanderborght building through Studio Verter’s resourceful designs.
Mohau Modisakeng’s striking imagery addresses South Africa’s violent history.