Through mid-April, the Fashion and Lace Museum of Brussels is offering Jean Paul Lespagnard carte blanche, ten years after his triumph at the festival of Hyères.
Faye Toogood mounted Trade Show during this year’s London Design Festival. Opting out of a traditional furniture fair model to launch her Spade Chair, the multi-talented British designer established a barter system with 50 of the UK’s leading creatives. The resulting showcase resembled a cabinet de curiosité.
On an overcast day in early fall, the space between the scattered pockets of buildings along Detroit’s Oakland Avenue buzzed with promise. For someone setting… Read more
As something of a ‘north star’ focal point for the vibrant Flatiron neighbourhood of New York, the Van Alen Institute, 23rd Street Partnership and Business Improvement… Read more
Satirising retail flagships within the context of a fair booth, Miami-based Giovanni Beltran mounted Storefront at Design Miami. As part the event’s Curio programme, the… Read more
Dutch artist Joep Van Lieshout’s solo exhibition at Almine Rech Gallery in Brussels investigates tribal rituals and futuristic utopias through two series of sculptures.
Stockholm’s Moderna Museet and the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design ArkDes mounts Reality Machines – a series of colour spectrum installations conceived by Olafur Eliasson. Continuing his… Read more