Mounir Fatmi has always been curious about the transformation of objects and how, with a slight change of context or position, they can take on entirely new meanings. Now, he regularly goes back into the archive, transforming materials into a highly charged body of work.
This poetic monochromatic photo series by Brazilian-American photographer Eliseu Cavalcante documents his 2500 mile journey down the length of the Amazon River – capturing the life of the people who live on its shores.
Amy Hilton draws upon her recent contemplations and research revolving around the poetics of the Chinese ‘dali’ dreamstone.
Despite events being cancelled or postponed on a worldwide scale, and the precarious situation that many cultural institutions and designers have landed in because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have also seen a new urgency develop to create new ways of retaining solidarity and connection.
75 years after it was founded, Parisian Ecole Camondo expands its reach and opens a second site overlooking Toulon’s harbour in September 2019.
TLmag talks to the founder of the Luigi Pericle Archive, Greta Biasca-Caroni, about bringing Swiss painter Luigi Pericle’s work and message back into the public eye after nearly 50 years of seclusion.
Werner Aisslinger and Tina Bunyaprasit collaborate with the 450-year-old glass manufacturer Freiherr von Poschinger to celebrate a precious resource: Water
Several years ago, when Pritzker prize winning, RCR Arquitectes, were designing the interiors for celebrity chef Albert Adría’s ground-breaking Barcelona restaurant, Enigma, they came to… Read more
GOING, GOING, GONE! 50 artists have hacked Vitra’s Plate Table for an auction to raise money for La Source and support underprivileged children
An impressive industrial and urban design installation by Poujoulat Group and TF Urban is installed from 22 November within L’Usine Extraordinaire under the Grand Palais’s cupola
A selection by Julien Volper, Ethnographic Collections Curator, Royal Museum for Central Africa, Tervuren.
In September 2017 Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art (Zeitz MOCAA), the world’s largest not-for-profit museum dedicated to 2&st century art from Africa, and the first of its kind to be established on African soil, opened to the public.