PARIS – Commemorating 30 years of Médecins du Monde providing medical care to excluded peoples, the Mise au Poing exhibition places viewers in the middle of the issue.
HELMOND – Vlisco celebrates its 170th birthday with an exhibition that displays its iconic fabric designs on every available surface.
SAN FRANCISCO – In Morphogenesis, artists use patterns found in nature to create new audio and visual vocabularies for VR art.
TOKYO – Spectrum, the latest installation by artist and designer Tokujin Yoshioka, builds a rainbow bridge across the boundaries of art, design and architecture.
TOKYO – For the National Art Center’s tenth anniversary, French architect and designer Emmanuelle Moureaux invokes a colourful forest of the decade yet to come.
GRONINGEN – At the Groninger Museum, the first major exhibition by categorically evasive Dutch designer Maarten Baas reveals the mystery behind the man – without solving it.
LONDON – The ethereal architectural works of Do Ho Suh replicate the gossamer fragility of life and memory in Passage/s, his first exhibition at Victoria Miro.
WEIL AM RHEIN – Delve into the world of robotics at the Vitra Design Museum with over 200 exhibits that analyse the role of robots in literature, society and our daily lives.
LONDON – The New Old exhibition at the Design Museum reassures our anxieties about ageing with an exploration of how design can enhance our future living.
LONDON – Now at the Pace Gallery: a waterfall escapes from the walls to cascade over your feet, while luminous flowers bloom all over the body.
PARIS – To coincide with Chiharu Shiota’s current exhibition, here we look at her textile creations and investigate the way she uses thread as a way to explore memory and belonging.
MIURA – Where They Create: Japan by photographer Paul Barbera offers insight into the working processes of the most creative minds in Japan. Here, we meet artist Shinji Ohmaki.
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