London Design Festival is one of Europe’s biggest celebrations of design, in all disciplines, and there are hundreds of events to see, from the landmark installations at the V&A and this year’s inaugural London Design Biennale, to smaller, hidden gems around the various districts: Shoreditch, Clerkenwell, Islington, Chelsea, Brompton, Brixton and Bankside.
Following the successful preview show earlier this year (covered), Ryan Hewett (interviewed) is back with The Unit London for his solo. Opening on the 29th of September, the exhibition will introduce a new direction that the South African artist has taken with his work and approach.
Russia is among the first medal winners at the London Design Biennale, receiving the award for “the most inspiring interpretation of the Biennale’s 2016 theme” of Utopia by Design at a ceremony at Somerset House on Thursday.
The inaugural London Biennale explores the theme of utopia – via a Beirut street scene, a wish machine and a giant weather vane. There is much to see, but the show is frustratingly hit and miss
There’s a trend among leading design talent to shun technology. Perhaps it’s the staid repetitive nature of mass-produced tech, perhaps it’s its machismo, or perhaps the need to break away from the surrounding digital oppression we live amidst.
With 2017 earmarked by former Prime Minister David Cameron as the India Year of Culture, promising a year-long celebration of cultural ties between the UK and India, and increasing numbers of Indian-born or Indian-based new designers emerging onto the British design scene, the London Design Fair has selected India to be its first annual guest […]
This October the City of Melbourne will host the largest collection of works by Banksy to come to Australia. The Australian-first exhibition “The Art of Banksy” will be presented at The Paddock at Melbourne’s Federation Square from October 7, 2016 until January 22, 2017.
Envisions is a collective of design graduates from the Design Academy Eindhoven with an aim to “showcase everything but the end product.” In doing so the group provides an insight into the design process rarely seen by the public eye. Its work is culminated into an exhibition, Products in Process featuring their designers…
The museum has been fundraising for six years to realise its ambition of creating the world’s leading museum devoted to architecture and design and we need your help in the final fundraising push.12 iconic objects from the Design Museum collection are up for adoption. Which will you choose?
El diseñador vasco Martín Azúa presenta, el día ocho de septiembre a las 19 horas en la Galería H20 de Barcelona, la exposición Manantial.
Including Cindy Sherman & the feminist avant garde
Sotheby’s launches online ‘Museum Network’ to showcase videos & TV series made by the world’s leading art museums