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Mundaneum (Mons) - BELGIUM
Besides the personal archives of the founders, the documentation heritage now kept at the Mundaneum is composed with specific archive funds related to feminism, anarchism, pacifism, but also books, small poster documents, postcards, glassworks from the Universal Bibliographic Index an from the Press International Museum, i.e. a 6000 meters length of documents.
Centre d'archives de la Communauté française, 76 rue de Nimy, B-7000 Mons, tel + 32 065 31 53 43, fax: + 32 065 39 54 86,
info@mundaneum.be
Musée Horta - BELGIUM
The documentation centre is comprised of Victor Horta's personal archives on loan from the Jean and Renée Delhaye Foundation, photo archives on Horta's works and a specialised Art Nouveau library. The centre is open by appointment only.
25 rue Américaine, B-1060 Bruxelles-Brussel, tel +32-2-543 04 90, fax +32-2-5387631,
thierry@hortamuseum.be
Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Les Archives de l'Art Contemporain - BELGIUM
These archives comprise an exceptionally rich collection of documentation on artistic life in Belgium from the 19th to the 20th century (in particular the 20th century collections of the Libre Esthetique, with letters from Monet, Van Gogh, Ensor etc.). Its 105,000 documents and millions of press cuttings can be viewed by appointment only by academic researchers and by others at the discretion of the management of the Museum.Rue du Musée 9, B-1000 Brussels, tel +32-2-5083320, fax +32-2-5083232,
biblio@fine-arts-museum.be
Royal Institute for the Study and Conservation of Belgium's Artistic Heritage  - BELGIUM
IRPA/KIK possesses an inventory of over 850,000 photographs covering the various aspects of art in Belgium: monuments and sites, sculpture, painting, murals, textiles, gold and silverware, glass, ceramics and graphic documents, as well as archaeology, folklore, ancient professions and trades, etc. This exceptional documentation includes photographs of works of art and monuments that have since disappeared or lost their original format. Certain photos date back to the end of the 19th century. You can also access their photo library online.
Jubelpark 1, B-1000 Brussels, tel +32-2-7396711, fax +32-2-7320105,

The Serrurier-Bovy Centre asbl (Liege) - BELGIUM
The Centre is housed in the GAR asbl (Groupe d'Ateliers de Recherche). The GAR, founded in 1982, is the research department of the Institut Supérieur d'Architecture Saint-Luc of Wallonia, site of Liege. The objective of the association is research on disciplines like architecture, urbanism, arts and landscaping. The GAR asbl makes all documents from their Archive and Documentation Centre available to students, teachers and researchers. The collection includes more than 2.500 books, 2.000 graphic documents, 150 journal titles, 1400 maps and more than 600 videotapes. It gathers:
  • The ancient fund: books published at the 19th and 20th century about civil and religious architecture, urbanism, building techniques, interior conversion...
  • The graphic documents fund: mainly realized by students from the Ecole Saint-Luc since its fundation at the end of the 19th century.
  • The cartographic documents fund : military maps, cadastral maps...
  • The fund of archives of 20th century architects from Liege : Groupe EGAU, Ch. Thirion, N. Leclerc, J-M. Fauconnier, S. Baiwir etc.
  • The video library : thematic programmes (architecture, decoration, convertion, culture, etc.).
  • The Survey established by HLM asbl (Hebbelinck, Lantair, Michel): 1600 buildings and residential estates from Liege at the origin of the publishing of the map "Ličge, Architectures de la Ville" Cartes et Répertoires (01-2006).

The library of the Serrurier-Bovy Centre asbl is also under the GAR responsibility:
  • The Serrurier-Bovy collection: contains recent works dedicated to the applied arts and architecture around 1900 in Europe, but also from other artistic movements from then 19th and 20th century.
  • The personal archive of Gustave Serrurier-Bovy and his personal library.

Institut Supérieur d'Architecture, Saint-Luc de Wallonie, Boulevard de la Constitution 41, 4020 Liege,
gar.asbl@saintluc.com
Canadian Centre for Architecture  - CANADA
The Library of the CCA is an international research collection devoted to the history of architecture and the built environment. It comprises nearly 215,000 volumes with emphasis on rare books and special collections relating to the history of architectural theory, practice, and publishing from the fifteenth century to the present. It holds, in addition, over 5,000 serial titles (ca. 760 current subscriptions) and a variety of special materials.
Library, Canadian Centre for Architecture, 1920 rue Baile, Montréal, Québec, Canada H3H 2S6; Tel. +1.514.939.7011;
ref@cca.qc.ca
National Gallery of Canada - CANADA
The primary objective of the Library and Archives is to foster research and learning. Resources support study of the National Gallery fine art collections and all aspects of Canadian art, as well as the history of western European and American art, the history of photography, and the literature of related areas such as museology and art conservation.
Reader Services, Library, National Gallery of Canada, 380 Sussex Drive P.O. Box 427, Station A, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 9N4; tel: (613) 998-8949; fax: (613) 990-9818;
refel@gallery.ca
Archives of the State in Rijeka - CROATIA
State Archives of Rijeka today supervises more than 20.000 linear meters of current records in the County and in the city of Senj. The oldest document deposited in the Archives comes from the year 1201.
Park Nikole Hosta 2, Rijeka, Tel: +385 (0) 51 336-445, fax: +385 (0) 51 336-447, 
drzavni-arhiv@ri.htnet.hr
Muzej za umjetnost i obrt, Zagreb - CROATIA
Trg maršala Tita 10, 10000 Zagreb, Hrvatska, Tel: +385 (0) 1 4882-111, fax: +385 (0) 1 4828-088, 
muo@muo.hr
Galerija likovnih umjetnosti, Osijek - CROATIA
Europska avenija 9, 31000 Osijek, Tel: +385 (0) 31 251-280, +385 (0) 251-287, + 385 (0) 251-288, Fax: +385 (0) 31 251-281,
glu-osijek@os.t-com.hr

 

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