TLmag spoke to Mexico-based artist Sumie Garcia Hirata in April 2022, as she prepared for her spring show with ammann//projects. This interview was originally published in our S/S 2022 issue: TLmag37: State of Gold.
Roca Gallery, an online platform founded by Roca Group in 2019 featureing articles and in-depth stories that dive deep into topics around architecture, design, and urbanism, launches a new topic this month on the theme of “Taking Care”.
Master wood turner and artist, Ernst Gamperl, presents an exhibition of new work in the UK titled, “Oak Vessels”, a series of 21 unique objects made from a 310-year old felled tree that was once on the property of Houghton Hall.
“The dream of water”, a new exhibition of glass sculptures and site-specific installations by French artist, Jean Michel Othoniel, is currently on view at the Postman Cheval’s Ideal Palace as part of the institution’s 110-year anniversary.
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,
For our S/S 2022 issue: TLmag37: L’age d’or / State of Gold, Oscar Duboÿ interviewed French artist, Pierre Bonnefille, about his love of travel and long-time interest in exploring materiality, light and colour through earthy pigments.
TLmag spoke with Los Angeles-based, multi-disciplinary artist, Azadeh Shladovsky, whose layered work explores ideas of visual consciousness, questioning not only how we see, but in some cases who or what we allow ourselves to see.
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.
TLmag spoke with photographer Ruy Teixeira about his decades long career during which he has turned his eye onto some of the most iconic and intriguing people, places and things in the design and architecture world.
The Desire in the Habitual, the Obsessive in the Familiar, the Implicit in the Excessive – Objects from the Galila Barzilaï Hollander Collection is an in-depth exhibition that questions our perception,
After its inaugural exhibitions in June, mudac, the Museum for Contemporary Design and Applied Arts, will present its first major exhibition, A chair and you, which will take over the entirety of the museum’s new exhibition halls in the heart of Lausanne’s new arts district,
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.