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TLmag 33 Extended: New Age of Humanism

In this exciting collaboration, TLmag and co-curators Formafantasma explore the ‘New Age of Humanism‘ that is being perceived in different praxis of design, aiming to understand how — in such fraught political times and during urgent environmental crises — designers, makers, artists and thinkers can contribute to this new age of humanism, and more critically, put it into practice.

From the nearly 18,000 objects in its collection, Hasselt Fashion Museum selected 170 items of clothing for their latest exhibition. Applying the principles of object-oriented research, the museum navigates through various codes to crack their language: form, fabric, vanitas, identity, and stories. 

New York based curator and writer Glenn Adamson navigates through the decades-long practice of Belgian ceramicist Piet Stockmans in his latest essay as part of TLmag 33 print edition: The New Age of Humanism.

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. 

Now a year into his third curatorial “season” at La Verrière Hermès, TLmag caught up with French curator Guillaume Désanges to discuss the influences behind their latest exhibition ‘Musa Nuit’ – leading to a conversation about challenging dominant social and political structures and art’s role within them.

BOZAR Brussels collaborated with Tate Liverpool to create a retrospective exhibition dedicated to American artist Keith Haring. Keith Haring was a unique presence in 1980s New York, playing a key role in his generation’s underground counterculture and creating an immediately recognisable style.

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