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Art & Nature

In this TLmag online edition we have bundled the best articles about Art & Nature

Ernst Gamperl creates large-scale wooden vessels, expertly crafting the material to reveal and express natural details and textures. In this careful and considered process, knots, bulges, splits, indentations, and scars are elevated, shown to be integral parts of the material’s history and lifespan.

Gallery FUMI presents ‘The Beautiful Grain’, an exhibition exploring wood as a material through the work of eleven artists and designers, who continue to push the boundaries of beauty, technique, and craft objects. 

Spazio Nobile presents ‘Threads of Nature’, a group exhibition exploring and reflecting upon interactions between humans and the natural environment. Arranged together, the works provide a means of reconnection to the natural world; a visual and tactile reforming of the elements.

Little known to many who visit the island of Mallorca for sea and sun, is that the island was once home to one of modernism’s leading architects, Jørn Utzon.

A unique dining experience within an art gallery; Snarkitecture made it happen. The New York-based collaborative design practice recently completed the design for 3110NZ by LDH kitchen, which is a new cultural destination in Tokyo.

“Gritty, wild stuff”, is how Schloss Hollenegg for Design and mischer’traxler studio describe the presented investigations of the role of design and its relationship with our natural environment in their exhibition during this year’s Vienna Design Week.

Hilma af Klint

Before Kandinsky, Malevich and Mondrian, there was Hilma af Klint. After a breakout exhibition of her work in their Stockholm museum back in 2013, Malmö’s Moderna Musseet revisits the Swedish artist’s oeuvre to present new insights into af Klimt’s systematic research.

Now available through MoMa’s ‘Virtual Views’ programme, Neri Oxman’s latest exhibition not only takes a critical look at the future of architecture and design, but also aims to re-define the role of the designer as the initiator of a process, rather than the decisive form-giver of an object. 

If her concept for building an island bridge out of salt in the middle of the Dead Sea becomes a reality, artist Sigalit Landau will have created a symbol for connection and hope in the Middle East

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