TLmag is media partner with many events and fairs in the world of collectible art and design and is hosting and co-curating exhibitions and participating to art and design fairs & events with its art gallery Spazio Nobile.
You can find TLmag at the following partnered and highlighted fairs and events over this year 2022:
5th Edition of COLLECTIBLE – the fair for 21st-century design- is a one of a kind platform for the showcase and discovery of the best in collectible design today.
20—22 May 2022
Rue de l’Ecuyer 50 Schildknaapstraat
— MAIN SECTION & BESPOKE
Celebrating works at the crossroads of design, architecture and art, the MAIN SECTION welcomes the arrival of several international galleries. This year’s BESPOKE section celebrates traditional crafts and noble materials with the latest high-end commissions and unique pieces by international design studios.
Anne Jacquemin Sablon (France)
Atelier Ecru Gallery (Belgium)
Avenue du Roi (Belgium)
Baró Galeria (Portugal, Spain, Brazil)
DIRT (The Netherlands)
F / A FakeAuthentic (Italy)
Galerie REVEL (France)
GOOD SESSIONS (France)
Il·lacions design gallery (Spain)
Jacques Hopenstand (Switzerland)
La Bocca della Verità Gallery (Belgium)
La Chance (France)
Mia Karlova Galerie (The Netherlands)
MOB Projects (Chile, Portugal)
Modern Shapes Gallery (Belgium)
MoreUpstairs Gallery (Belgium)
Movimento club (United Kingdom)
Objects with Narratives (Switzerland)
OΔK – Oneofakind Gallery (France)
Puls Contemporary Ceramics (Belgium)
SHÅK gallery (Brussels)
Spazio Nobile (Belgium)
T A B L E A U (Denmark)
Tatjana Pieters (Belgium)
The Frozen Fountain (The Netherlands)
Thierry Struvay (Belgium)
Valcke Art Gallery (Belgium)
Altu Studio (Belgium)
Atelier Tomas Dirrix (The Netherlands)
Ben Storms (Belgium)
BRUT Collective (Belgium)
Dimitrih Correa (Brazil)
Döppel Studio (France)
Helder Barbossa (France)
Isabelle de Borchgrave (Belgium)
Koen van Guijze (Belgium)
Laura Bilde (Denmark)
Laure Kasiers (Belgium)
Lionel Jadot (Belgium)
Maarten De Ceulaer (Belgium)
Moure / Studio (France)
Muller Van Severen (Belgium)
Nadja Zerunian (Austria)
PAF Atelier (France)
Pauline Esparon (France)
Philipp Aduatz (Austria)
Studio Anton Hendrik Denys (Denmark)
Studio DO (Belgium)
Studio Furthermore (United Kingdom)
Studio Roso (United Kingdom)
Thibault Huguet (France)
Victoria Maria (Belgium)
Xavier Lust (Belgium)
Yume by Paloma (Belgium)
Design Miami/ Basel 2022/
Join us for the 16th edition of Design Miami/ Basel, curated by incoming Curatorial Director, Maria Cristina Didero. This year’s programming will explore the theme of The Golden Age: Rooted in the Past, celebrating the flexibility, resilience and adaptability of humanity. Experience and shop the fair in-person and online at designmiami.com.
The Brafa Art Fair, created in 1956, is one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious art fairs, famous for the high quality fine art, antiques, modern and contemporary art and design it offers. Brafa stretches on 8 days and takes place this year from Sunday 19 to Sunday 26 June 2022. Brafa is located in Brussels Expo, a grand site on the Heysel plateau that is a prestigious legacy of the Brussels Universal Exhibitions of 1935 and 1958. Its most famous landmark monument is undoubtedly the Atomium, the symbol of the Exposition 58. The cosmopolitan capital of Europe is known for its excellent food and dazzling array of museums, monuments and boutique shops.
BRAFA, or the Brussels Art Fair, is one of the longest-running art and antiques fairs in the world and is organised every year by the non-profit Belgian Antiques Fair Association.
BRAFA has also brought the BRAFA Art Tours and BRAFA Art Talks to the attention of an ever more numerous and regular audience, to deepen its knowledge of art and to promote the discovery of various artists and cultural themes. Today, more than 68,000 enthusiastic visitors flock to the aisles of BRAFA: art lovers, collectors, directors of major museums, patrons of Belgian and foreign museums, members of cultural and economic circles… Its longevity and success are also due to the loyal sponsorship of Delen Private Bank.
The fair will henceforth be held at Brussels Expo on the Heysel plateau, to the north of the Belgian capital. Brussels Expo is an exhibition venue specifically designed to host various international fairs and events. Known for its prestigious past, the infrastructure of its exhibition halls is a legacy of the Universal Exhibitions in Brussels in 1935 and 1958, whose landmark monument is undoubtedly the Atomium, a symbol of the Exposition 58.
BRAFA continues to cultivate its specificity. It is an eclectic fair on a human scale, in which to discover firm favourites, in the space of a few hours, in an elegant and friendly atmosphere. As it begins a new chapter in its history, it continues to relentlessly pursue its mission of offering an ever more qualitative international fair. Thanks to the rigorous selection of the participating galleries, exceptional works of art, and an impeccable organisation, BRAFA is an unmissable event for meetings and exchanges in Europe.
The city of Brussels is known of its liveliness and its multiculturality; from internationally renowned museums and high-pitched galleries to small artist’ ateliers and free café concerts, a city where you can find chic neighborhoods, as well as urban up-and-coming neighborhoods. A raw place where you can wander through the streets to discover something new every time. As varied as the city itself is also the Brussels art scene.
To highlight and support the Brussels art scene and its public on national and international level, Brussels Gallery Weekend organises a variety of cultural projects and events which are free and in that way accessible to everyone. Through all these events, the Brussels Gallery Weekend aims to promote, develop and centralise everything related to art and culture in Brussels and beyond.
Since 2018, Brussels Gallery Weekend and its galleries support the young Brussels artists by hosting the show “Generation Brussels”. Organized by a different curator each year, the exhibition aims at highlighting young Brussels artists who have not yet been called by galleries. “Generation Brussels” brings together a range of artists living and working in Brussels, whether they are art school students, recent graduates, aspiring artists or those with a little more experience.