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Women in Art, Design and Architecture

This online edition celebrates established and upcoming female practitioners in art, design and architecture to celebrate diversity in the creative industries.

Brooklyn-based artist Sarah Crowner challenges us to expand our ideas about what painting is and what it can be. Through her work, which includes cut and sewn canvas paintings, ceramics, installation and theatre sets, she plays with colour, form and shape, creating a link between the visual and physical experience of art and art making.

On April 15th, the Fondation Thalie in Brussels presents, Eva Jospin: Panorama, an intricate, large scale installation that invites viewers to take a poetic stroll through her sculptural work between fragments of landscapes and fantastical architectural elements. To mark the event, we are re-publishing an interview with Jospin that was first featured in 2021.

Sarah Myerscough is a pioneer in the promotion of contemporary applied arts and has succeeded in raising creative craft to the level of recognition it deserves. For the A/W 2022 issue of TLmag38:Origin, Lise Coirier spoke with the gallerist and collector about this dedication and passion for craft and the artists with whom she works.

A new series of hand-painted porcelain sculptures by Alma Berrow are on view in the exhibition, ‘For dust you are and to dust you shall return’, in the project space of Galeria Hilario Galguera in Mexico City.

The Palais Galliera in Paris celebrates Frida Kahlo this fall with an exhibition that focuses on the influential artist from a more intimate viewpoint, looking at the way she constructed her identity and how she presented and represented herself both in life and in her work.

TLmag gave Brussels-based artist, Sophie Whettnall, carte blanche to create a special feature for TLmag36: All Is Landscape. “My Quick Little Story About Landscape Painting,” is a series of red ink on paper drawings inspired by iconic landscapes from art history, many of which were directly connected to other themes in this issue, including Flemish landscapes and active volcanoes.

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