Articles by

Anna Sansom

Anna Sansom is a Paris-based journalist who writes about art, design and architecture for The Art Newspaper, Frame, Damn and Sotheby's Magazine, among other publications.

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Design enthusiasts were treated to a focus on ceramics and the opportunity to visit makers in their studios.
Guillaume Taslé d'Héliand charts the development of his evolving collectible design fair, and discusses the emergence of Lebanese design.
At a festival to celebrate the world-renowned antique markets of Paris, The Design Edit caught up with its flamboyant ambassador, French interior designer Vincent Darré.
Some outstanding works, despite a quieter profile.
In a restored gothic palace, Nomad presents collectible design in tune with The Venice Glass Week.
Anna Sansom meets the man whose curiosity drives him to work across diverse design fields.
A cornucopia of furniture – designed by the world’s leading architects – reveals imagination rooted in practicality.
Pablo Reinoso’s exuberant sculptures push the boundaries of form and function.
A vibrant collection of over 160 iconic works from Sottsass’s Memphis Group, exhibited against the backdrop of a former 19th century prison.
The first curatorial director of Design Miami/ talks to The Design Edit about the role of collectible design
Creative collaboration between contemporary artists and the glass masters of Murano.
A sample of a new wave of young, cross-disciplinary European artists.
An exhibition of one of the most influential artists of the post-war period, who developed a unique visual vocabulary.
Craftsmanship was exalted at the 23rd edition of the arts and design fair.
Nature, software and master craftsmanship combined to produce a rich and complex showcase of design.
Sixty pieces from a unique collection, showcased in an exhibition pavilion designed by Renzo Piano.
A retrospective of one of the most influential architects and designers of the twentieth century.
Ambre Jarno nurtures a creative relationship with Burkina Faso.
His latest exhibition was a masterpiece of technical ingenuity, as Anna Sansom discovers.