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The World Turned Inside Out
The World Turned Inside Out Exploration through events, research, debate and art. Could secularized narratives and the impasse of modern rationalism produce a world devoid of wonder? But consider that […]
N°5 Culture Chanel
exhibit in Palais de Tokyo The history of CHANEL N°5 began at the very moment when Gabrielle Chanel learned of the death of her love Boy Capel, in December 1919. […]
MADtastic. Fresh Design From Madrid.
A compilation of the best product design made in the Spanish capital. A collection of pieces of furniture and accessories that gathers the most interesting product design works made in […]
The New Craftsmen
A multi-sensory evocation of craft and its roots. Since 2010 they ‘ve toured the British Isles meeting and documenting both the makers of traditional craft, and the innovators using skills […]
Akihisa Hirata : Tangling
Exhibition in Grand Hornu Images “A social order which is premised on the independence of the individual and whose primary pursuit is the maximization of individual freedom must change in […]
Would you like a bag with that?
Plastic bags in art and design Omnipresent and international, used once and discarded to linger in the environment forever, the plastic bag is the ultimate symbol of our globalized society. […]
Almost AvantGarde: Liu Ding
Part of the series BMW Tate Live: Performance Room Liu Ding, Beijing-based artist and curator, invites friends and colleagues to a party with a DJ mixing Baroque music and Chinese […]
Design beyond production
“How does the design of a production process affect the value of the maker within?” That’s the question. House for contemporary art Z33 in Hasselt (Belgium) presents several scenarios that query […]
How will we live tomorrow?
Werner Aisslinger’s Home of the Future The firm order of the nuclear family has been eroded. Patchwork families differ in their requirements from earlier partnerships. This has consequences for the […]
Exceptional retrospective exhibition about the Irish born avant-garde architect and designer Eileen Gray (1878-1976). Her work has often been split into two parts by critics, with decorative arts on the one […]
retrospective at MOCA Los Angeles Swiss-born artist Urs Fischer's work is characterized by a morbid glamour-sexuality, the macabre, and the disturbing effects of fracture and collage all make frequent appearances […]
la Rinascente presents a Futuristic Africa. Forget what we have always been taught about Africa: the continent is developing on its own terms with savvy innovators emerging from the creative […]