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TLmag37 Extended: State of Gold

In this TLmag online edition we have bundled the best articles about TLmag37 Extended: State of Gold

Independent jewellers Keiko Yakushi, Giovanni Corvaja, Giampaolo Babetto, Veronica Lenza and Valeria Bersanetti unleash the evocative power of gold that is still as popular as ever today.

Fabienne Verdier recently opened an exhibition titled, “The Song of Stars”, at the Musée Unterlinden in Colmar. Curated by Frédérique Goerig-Hergott, the show presents 92 works that respond to the museum’s collection and architecture, including the iconic Isenheim Altarpiece by Grünewald. This exhibition, along with several others she had last spring, are discussed in an article that originally appeared in our S/S 2022 issue.

From the exhibition “Field of the Cloth of Gold” at Gagosian, Le Bourget in 2021, to the installation of monumental paintings at the Palazzo Ducale (Doge’s Palace), which runs until November 2022 as part of the Venice Biennale, Anselm Kiefer takes us on a journey through his own metaphysics.

Artist and TLmag contributor, Amy Hilton, spoke with Bosco Sodi in Venice as he was finalizing the installation of his exhibition, “All That Comes Around Goes Around”, at the Palazzo Vendramin Grimani. This interview was originally published in the S/S 2022 issue of TLmag37: L’age d’or / State of Gold.

For over 20-years, Amedeo Scognamiglio, along with his partner, Roberto Faraone Mennella, developed one of the most iconic jewellery brands seen around the world. From Sex and the City to Tik Tok, Faraone Mennella jewellery has an iconic and enduring style. Following Roberto’s untimely death in 2020, Scognamiglio is finding the way forward, through friendship and his love of Italy, to continue the brand’s legacy and to honour Roberto’s talent. Sometimes poetry captures the spirit better than words.

TLmag37: L’age d’or / State of Gold featured Adi Toch’s 2021 project, Place to Place, a uniquely personal as well as global story about how objects inspire, how they find their way into collections and how they can create positive cultural connections.

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