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Horta Inside Out
Dates:01/01/2018-31/12/2018

A score of Brussels’ cultural institutions have teamed up for you to (re)discover Victor Horta from every angle, bringing you a line-up of activities of unprecedented quality and quantity linked to this famous architect to look forward to throughout 2018: exhibitions, guided tours, educational activities, organised activities and more. Join us to commemorate the work of this extraordinary architect! The Réseau Art Nouveau Network and its Brussel members take part to this event!

 
European Year of Culture Heritage
Dates:01/01/2018-31/12/2018

Throughout 2018, we will celebrate our diverse cultural heritage across Europe - at EU, national, regional and local level. The aim of the European Year of Cultural Heritage is to encourage more people to discover and engage with Europe's cultural heritage, and to reinforce a sense of belonging to a common European space. The slogan for the year is: Our heritage: where the past meets the future. Events big and small are taking place all around Europe. Visit the website of the year in your country to find out what's happening near you. #EuropeforCulture

 
European Year of Culture Heritage
Dates:01/01/2018-31/12/2018

Throughout 2018, we will celebrate our diverse cultural heritage across Europe - at EU, national, regional and local level. The aim of the European Year of Cultural Heritage is to encourage more people to discover and engage with Europe's cultural heritage, and to reinforce a sense of belonging to a common European space. The slogan for the year is: Our heritage: where the past meets the future. Events big and small are taking place all around Europe. Visit the website of the year in your country to find out what's happening near you. #EuropeforCulture

Barcelona
Güell Year
Dates:01/01/2018-31/12/2018

In 2018 is Güell Year, the year of Eusebi Güell i Bacigalupi (Barcelona, December 15, 1846 - July 9, 1918). A unique occasion that the Palau Güell of the Diputació de Barcelona wants to take advantage of in order to pay homage and to claim the figure of its promoter, a leading figure in Barcelona and Catalonia in the last third of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Bruxelles
Victor Horta and Brussels
Dates:15/01/2018-31/12/2018

This exhibition, organised by the Directorate of Monuments and Sites in the Brussels Capital Region, provides an overall introduction to the work of architect Victor Horta with a presentation of his major works built in Brussels. It invites visitors to discover the secrets behind the creative work of one of Art Nouveau's greatest artists, a movement which revolutionised European spatial and architectural concepts at the dawn of the 20th century. A series of photographs, documents and plans highlight the value of this extraordinary legacy.

Bruxelles
Horta, Solvay et Les Autres : Quand La Belgique Imposait Ses Talents A Ixelles Et Saint-Gilles
Dates:17/01/2018-26/12/2018

Au 19ème siècle, la réputation de la Belgique faisait de Bruxelles un point de rencontre fastueux. À la pointe de l'industrie métallurgique, premier producteur de voitures, sollicité de partout pour la construction ferroviaire, le pays attirait les grands de ce monde. À l'invitation d’Ernest Solvay -l'un de nos brillants capitaines d'industrie-, les prix Nobel (dont Einstein) se réunissaient, par exemple, à l'hôtel Métropole. Le meilleur exemple de ce dynamisme est la naissance de l'Art Nouveau grâce au génial architecte Victor Horta. C’est à Ixelles et Saint-Gilles que l’on peut voir certains des plus belles de ses réalisations : Hôtel Tassel, Maison Sander Pierron, Maison Vinck , Hôtel Max Hallet, Hôtel Solvay, musée Horta... Un émerveillement architectural ! Pas d’entrée prévue. Les mercredis pairs : FR/ENG Les mercredis impairs : FR/NL Gratuit Avec le soutien de la Direction des Monuments et Sites de Bruxelles

Bruxelles
Horta, Solvay and the Others: When Belgium imposed its talents on Ixelles and Saint- Gilles
Dates:17/01/2018-26/12/2018

The birth of Art Nouveau, thanks to the genius of the architect Victor Horta, is a good example of how dynamic Belgium was in the 19th century. Some of his most beautiful work can be seen in Ixelles and Saint- Gilles: Hôtel Tassel, Maison Sander Pierron, Maison Vinck, Hôtel Max Hallet, Hôtel Solvay, the Horta Museum... an architectural wonder! No visit of interiors. On even Wednesdays: French, English On odd Wednesdays: French, Dutch Price: Free–tours, supported by the Heritage Unit of the Brussels-Capital Region

Wien
VIENNA 1900 : Klimt – Moser – Gerstl – Kokoschka
Dates:18/01/2018-10/06/2018

The Leopold Museum is home to the largest and most eminent collection of works by Egon Schiele as well as to an equally unparalleled compilation of masterpieces from Viennese art around 1900. Celebrating the anniversary year on the theme of Viennese Modernism, the museum will present select works by the main exponents of Viennese Jugendstil Gustav Klimt (1862–1918) and Koloman Moser (1868–1918) as well as by the ground-breaking Expressionists Richard Gerstl (1883–1908) and Oskar Kokoschka (1868–1980) from 18th January in a completely new juxtaposition. The exhibition will feature chief works by Gustav Klimt, including Death and Life (1911/15) and the 1900 lakescape On Lake Attersee, as well as Kolo Moser’s paintings, such as Venus in the Grotto (1914). The presentation will also showcase outstanding examples of design around 1900, including furniture, artisan craftwork and posters, created by the “artist of a thousand talents” and co-founder of the Wiener Werkstätte. Following successful exhibitions at the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt and the Neue Galerie in New York, the radical works by the proto-Expressionist Richard Gerstl will be shown once again at the Leopold Museum, which is home to the most comprehensive Gerstl collection. Among the works presented by Gerstl will be two icons of Viennese Modernism, his two large-scale self-portraits. Oskar Kokoschka, the enfant terrible of the Viennese art scene of the early 20th century, will also be in the spotlight of this presentation with extraordinary paintings, first and foremost his pioneering work Self-Portrait, One Hand Touching the Face from 1918/19, which is both an expression of the artist’s self-questioning and doubts as well as a symbol for Austrian art embarking on a new era.

Vienna
Stairway to Klimt - Eye to Eye with Klimt
Dates:03/02/2018-02/09/2018

To mark the centenary of the death of Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) we invite museum visitors to take a closer look at his unique paintings displayed twelve metres above ground where they form an integral part of the sumptuous décor of the Main Staircase. As in 2012, we will again erect a huge bridge weighing four tons across the Main Staircase to allow visitors to access this magnificent pictorial cycle. The paintings, commissioned by Emperor Franz Joseph and executed by Gustav Klimt, his brother Ernst and their friend, Franz Matsch, depict important periods of art history. Nuda Veritas on show in the Collection of Greek and Roman Antiquities Concurrently with the Klimt Bridge, the Kunsthistorisches Museum is showcasing one of Gustav Klimt’s masterpieces: his celebrated Nuda Veritas (1899). The painting comes from the estate of the critic Hermann Bahr, a dedicated friend and defender in print of the Vienna Secessionists. With its first-ever visit to the Collection of Greek and Roman Antiquities – where it is displayed in the gallery housing Polykleitos’ Doryphoros – the painting creates a novel and fascinating space of aesthetic experience.

Wien
Egon Schiele: The Jubilee Show
Dates:23/02/2018-04/11/2018

n 2018, 100 years after his death, a special exhibition is dedicated to the central artist of the Leopold Museum’s collection, Egon Schiele (1890–1918): unique in its combination of paintings, works on paper and archival material, the exhibition touches upon the most important themes in the artist’s oeuvre: first of all, his self-confident breaking with traditions and his evolution as an expressive artist, followed by motivic groups including the ambivalent figure of the mother and the taboo-breaking depictions of young girls and boys, themes such as spirituality and metamorphosis, his enigmatic houses and landscapes, as well as his tension-filled and complex analyses in his portrait depictions. The emphases of the exhibition are derived from those of the history-making Leopold collections: in terms of the oil paintings and works on paper, the emphasis is on the Expressionist years from 1910–1914, with a third of the works on paper each dedicated to his self-portraits, his portraits and nude renderings of girls and finally those of grown-up women. The paintings, meanwhile, touch upon all the themes mentioned above. Along with the comprehensive museum collection, whose works on paper will be shown in three separate stages for conservational reasons, individual eminent Schiele works from international collections will feature in the jubilee exhibition as “noble guests”.

Boston
Klimt and Schiele: Drawn
Dates:25/02/2018-28/05/2018

To mark the centenary of the deaths of Gustav Klimt (1862–1918) and Egon Schiele (1890–1918), the MFA presents an exhibition of rarely seen drawings by the Austrian artists on loan from the Albertina Museum in Vienna. “Klimt and Schiele: Drawn” examines both the divergences and compelling parallels between the two artists—particularly in their provocative depictions of the human body. Nearly 30 years apart in age, Klimt and Schiele shared a mutual respect and admiration for each other’s talent.

Yet, their work is decidedly different in appearance and effect: Klimt’s drawings are often delicate, while Schiele’s are frequently bold. Klimt often used these sheets as preparatory designs for paintings, while Schiele considered his drawings to be independent pictures and routinely sold them. Both deployed frank naturalism, unsettling emotional resonances, and disorienting omissions to challenge conventions and expectations in portraits, nudes, and allegories. Organized thematically, this selection of 60 drawings begins with the artists’ academic origins and then investigates how each shifted away from traditional training to more incisive and unconventional explorations of humanity. The exhibition is accompanied by an illustrated publication.

Glasgow
Unbuilt Mackintosh
Dates:08/03/2018-03/06/2018

Unbuilt Mackintosh showcases stunning architectural models based on the unbuilt designs of Scottish architect, designer and artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928). Demonstrating Mackintosh’s architectural vision, the models have been crafted by current Scottish model makers, with their precise dimensions meticulously drawn from Mackintosh’s drawings and documentation.

Wien
Otto Wagner
Dates:15/03/2018-07/10/2018

Otto Wagner (1841-1918) is one of the most significant architects of the turn of the twentieth century. His building projects—among them the City Railway (Wiener Stadtbahn), the Postal Savings Bank (Postsparkasse), and the Church at Steinhof—are regarded as milestones on the path from historicism to modernism. Wagner was a visionary. He recognized that a historicist architecture fixated on the past stood in contradiction to the political, economic, and social dynamics of his time. As a response, he designed a radiant and rational architecture of the future, one that rested on the relationship between function, structure, and novel building materials. Wagner’s radical designs represented a clear break from the past for advocates of modernism but were viewed by defenders of tradition as sheer provocation. For this reason, many of Wagner’s projects remained unrealized, including his plan for the City Museum on Karlsplatz. The current Wien Museum building was later erected on the same site. The Wien Museum’s comprehensive jubilee exhibition in 2018 coincides with the one-hundredth anniversary of Wagner’s death, and is the first major exhibition dedicated to this titan of urban architecture in over fifty years. The exhibition locates Wagner’s oeuvre in relation to his companions and opponents, illuminates his artistic, cultural and political environment, and conveys a sense of his international appeal. Exquisite drawings, models, furniture, paintings, and personal belongings vividly relate the story of Wagner’s prodigious career. Most of these objects are from Wagner’s estate, one of the treasures of the Wien Museum’s collection. Several objects will be on view to the public for the first time—an invitation to rediscover this great architect anew.

Grenoble
De Delacroix à Gauguin - Chefs-d’oeuvre dessinés du XIXe siècle du musée de Grenoble
Dates:17/03/2018-17/06/2018

Dernier volet d’un projet de recherche entamé en 2006 sur l’ensemble du fonds de dessins anciens du musée de Grenoble, cette exposition présente 120 des plus belles feuilles du XIXe siècle choisies dans un ensemble qui ne compte pas moins de 2 000 numéros. Du romantisme aux prémices du symbolisme, cette sélection s’efforce de couvrir tous les courants qui traversent ce siècle éclectique, montrant des feuilles d’artistes célèbres comme Delacroix, Daumier, Corot, Jongkind, Puvis de Chavannes, Fantin-Latour et Gauguin, mais aussi d’autres dues au talent de peintres presque inconnus qui méritent une réhabilitation comme Charles de Châtillon ou Nicolas Berthon. Pour mettre en valeur cet ensemble, le parcours évoquera les thèmes qui traversent l’art de ce siècle : le regard sur le passé et l’histoire nationale, les voyages en Orient ou en Italie, l’intérêt pour le pittoresque et le patrimoine, l’art officiel et monumental, la question des artistes confrontés à la guerre, les réalismes ou encore la sensibilité au paysage. UN SIÈCLE ARTISTIQUE FOISONNANT Le XIXe siècle est le temps de l’académisme. Mais du romantisme au réalisme, de l’impressionnisme au symbolisme, ce siècle voit aussi se succéder de nombreux mouvements qui renouvellent le langage artistique. Dans ce foisonnement créatif, certains peintres restent inclassables et optent pour un éclectisme qui sera la grande caractéristique de ce siècle. L’exposition montre ainsi des feuilles d’artistes célèbres comme Delacroix, Daumier et Gauguin, mais aussi d’autres dues au talent de peintres presque inconnus qui méritent une réhabilitation comme Charles de Châtillon ou Nicolas Berthon. VOYAGES VÉCUS ET INTÉRIEURS Découvrant l’Italie ou l’Orient, parcourant la France à la recherche de paysages pittoresques ou de coins de nature inviolés, les artistes de ce temps nous invitent souvent au voyage. Gauguin, pour sa part, nous conduit à la découverte des terres lointaines, encore plus éloignées de notre civilisation, comme Tahiti. D’autres plongent leur regard vers un passé fantasmé, réinventant le Moyen-âge ou la Renaissance. À la fin du siècle, à l’aube du symbolisme, ce voyage se fait intérieur. LES COLLECTIONS DU MUSÉE AU PREMIER PLAN Pour mettre en valeur cet ensemble, un parcours chrono-thématique semblait le plus approprié, évoquant des thèmes qui traversent l’art de ce siècle : le regard sur le passé et l’histoire nationale, les voyages en Orient ou en Italie, l’intérêt pour le pittoresque et le patrimoine, l’art officiel et monumental, la question des artistes confrontés à la guerre, l’illustration et la caricature, les réalismes ou encore la sensibilité au paysage. Si elle n’est pas exhaustive, cette sélection permet en tout cas de rendre compte de la spécificité de cette collection, issue en partie de la collection de Léonce Mesnard (3 500 dessins dont un quart environ consacré au XIXe siècle entrés en 1902 et 1914), mais aussi des dons et legs d’artistes de l’époque qui ont vu dans le musée de Grenoble un lieu digne de valoriser leur oeuvre. Très peu montré, presque inédit, ce fonds considérable sera à terme mis en ligne.

Wien
Wagner, Hoffmann, Loos and Viennese Modernist Furniture Design. Artists, Patrons, Producers
Dates:21/03/2018-07/10/2018

Viennese Modernism around 1900 was a veritable experimental laboratory of design whose creative impulses continue to have substantial influence to this day. Vienna’s artist-architects were among those who paved the way for modern design. The Hofmobiliendepot – Vienna Imperial Furniture Collection presents the leading architects of the Viennese Modernist movement – Otto Wagner (1841–1918), Josef Hoffmann (1870–1956) and Adolf Loos (1870–1933) – as designers of interiors and furniture, exploring their differing approaches to the conception, use, decoration and furnishing of interior spaces. Around the turn of the century in Vienna a creative collaboration had developed between architects, their patrons and furniture producers. The exhibition will thus foreground important examples of these patrons, for example the salonière and journalist Berta Zuckerkandl, and will also focus on the firms that made this furniture. Among the leading companies around 1900 were traditional furnishing establishments such as Friedrich Otto Schmidt and Portois & Fix as well as producers of bentwood furniture like Gebrüder Thonet and J. & J. Kohn. Illustrative examples of iconic Modernist buildings in Vienna such as Otto Wagner’s Postal Savings Bank are integrated into the exhibition in the form of large-scale architectural photographs by Walter Zednicek.

With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union

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