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TDE’s guide to what’s on and where – and what you might have missed.

Mattias Sellden | Thaddeus Wolfe by Brecht Wright Gander

Mattias Sellden | Thaddeus Wolfe: A paeon, a grumble and an appreciative critique – Brecht Wright Gander reflects on Wolfe’s glass constructions and Sellden’s birch forms.

Design in the Hamptons by Osman Can Yerebakan

Design in the Hamptons: As Long Island becomes a year-round destination, design galleries are flocking to the Hamptons. We choose four to watch.

Chicago Dispatch / July & August 2022 by Adrian Madlener

Chicago Dispatch / July & August 2022: Chicago is alive with creativity - we pick three of the top design shows this summer.

Paris Dispatch / July 2022 by Anna Sansom

Paris Dispatch / July 2022: We round up the hottest summer shows in the coolest galleries in heatwave Paris.

Joana Vasconcelos: Stupid Furniture by Anna Sansom

Joana Vasconcelos - Stupid Furniture: The Portuguese artist who deconstructs reality by reimagining furniture.

Doris Salcedo by Paul Clemence

Doris Salcedo: A poetic new show from the Colombian artist who focuses on memory and gives society "tools for mourning".

New York Dispatch / July & August 2022 by Adrian Madlener

New York: Organic maximalism and striking juxtapositions command attention in the summer shows – don't miss these three …

Musée du Verre de Conches by Emma Park

Musée du Verre de Conches: Reopens after extensive renovation with a thought-provoking exhibition by glassmakers Baldwin & Guggisberg.

BAD+ by Anna Sansom

BAD+: Bordeaux launches a new art and design fair.

NOMAD Capri 2022 by Emma Crichton-Miller

NOMAD Capri: Eclectic works from a dozen international galleries perfectly capture the romance of the Neapolitan island.

Nacho Carbonell by Emma Crichton-Miller

Nacho Carbonell: Carpenters Workshop Gallery inaugurates its new space in Los Angeles with the debut US solo show of the Spanish artist.

‘metalworks – designing & making’ by Adrian Madlener

Luxembourg: Konschthal Esch presents an exhibition exploring the impact of metal on design and its historical significance in the post-industrial city.

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