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"Une expérience Art nouveau, le Style Sapin ŕ La Chaux-de-Fonds", new publication, La Chaux-de-Fonds, 2006

 (2006)


A richly illustrated book on the particular Sapin Style of La Chaux-de-Fonds has recently been published in connection with the Art Nouveau celebrations of 2005-2006. Published by Éditions Somogny, Paris, in partnership with Girard-Perregaux SA, l'Office fédéral de la Culture et de la Loterie romande. 200 pages, 163 illustrations in colour, Fr. 48-.
For more information, contact: anouk.hellmann@ne.ch

Art nouveau et pédagogie, international colloquium, La Chaux-de-Fonds, 18-20 May 2006

 (2006)


The educational problems linked to the applied arts are expressed theoretically as well as practically by the major Art Nouveau protagonists.
The theme allows to link La Chaux-de-Fonds to the other European Art Nouveau cities and could interest a large international public.
In partnership with the Unesco commission in Switzerland and the Club 44
Registration: www.artnouveau.ch / + 41 (0)32.967.62.34
Programme

Art Nouveau stamps now available, La Chaux-de-Fonds, March 2005-2006

 (2006)


As part of the vast programme of activities for the year 2005-2006 dedicated to the Art Nouveau heritage in La Chaux-de-Fonds a series of two stamps has now been made available in all post offices in Switzerland. The stamps are designed by Suter and Sager de Zoug.

New publication on Jugendstil in Bad Nauheim

 (2006)


This new publication is the first comprehensive volume devoted to Jugendstil in Bad Nauheim, one of the partner cities of Réseau Art Nouveau Network. The book was written by art historian Christina Uslular-Thiele and designed by the graphic artist and photographer Hiltrud A.M. Hölzinger. It is a bilingual edition in German and English.

Unknown work by Henry van de Velde in Westende, Belgium, 1 July 2006

 (2006)


In villa "Les Zéphyrs" in Westende-Bad an Art Nouveau ensemble from 1898 recently was identified as the work of Henry van de Velde's early period. The ensemble consists of a wooden panel, two fixed buffets and a copper mantelpiece. Lieven Daenens, director of the Design museum in Gent, identified the objects after comparing with similar works of Van de Velde. The identification was later confirmed by Antje Neumann, a researcher in the project "Werkverzeichnis Henry van de Velde" in Weimar, Germany. Villa ”Les Zéphyrs” was bought by the commune of Middelkerke in 1972 and is currently being restored and decorated as the 1930's holiday house of Dr Muyshondt from Gent. The design of the villa dates back to a concept from 1910 by the architect Oscar van de Voorde who designed it for the world exhibition in Brussels 1910. The villa will open to the public on 1st of July 2006.
Pressfile in Dutch

Kruununhaka's Stairwells

 (2006)


The Helsinki City Planning Department recently published an inventory of Kruununhaka's stairwells. They are an important part of Helsinki's cultural heritage and offer valuable examples of well-preserved interior spaces. Many of Kruununhaka's stairwells were designed by the most outstanding architects of the time. As was the custom, stairwells were used to convey a sense of impressiveness and elegance. Fortunately a significant legacy of handicrafts has been preserved in the stairwells' masonry vaults and decorative paintings.
Publication

Colours and shapes - the Ecole de Nancy’s 18thC heritage – Exhibition at the Ecole de Nancy Museum : 16 September - 31 December 2005

 (2006)


This Exhibition has been organised by the Ecole de Nancy Museum as part of the “Nancy 2005 - The Age of Enlightenment” celebrations. While the city of Nancy took advantage of the occasion to restore one of the most magnificent 18thC squares in the world to mount a number of events presenting a vast panorama of the Age of Enlightenment, the Ecole de Nancy Museum decided to take a closer look at a particular, little discussed aspect of the works by artists in the School: their 18thC heritage. It was the 18thC Place Stanislas, symbol of Nancy up to the creation of their famous 1900s naturalist style, that originally inspired the objects by Gallé, Daum, and others. Fully aware of their stylistic influences, and of the risk of creating a mere pastiche that would debase the work of the earlier period, the Nancy artists nevertheless succeeded in finding a primary source of inspiration in the 18thC, and using it to create an innovative, lively and resolutely modern style.
Press file

International Colloquium on Roger Marx, Nancy, 31 May- 2 June 2006

 (2006)


In connection with the exhibition "Roger Marx, un critique aux côtés de Gallé, Monet, Rodin, Gauguin..." held at the Musée des Beaux-Arts and at the Musée de l'Ecole de Nancy, the City of Nancy and the Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art organise an international colloquium. Different themes will explore the role of Roger Marx as an art critic, collector, and defender of the 1900 artistic avant-garde.
For more information, contact: anne.gilardot@mairie-nancy.fr 

Two new publications from Ruta del Modernisme, Barcelona

 (2006)


The Urban Landscape Institute of the Barcelona City Council has recently published two new guides to the city's rich Art Nouveau (Modernisme) heritage: the Barcelona Modernisme Route and Let's Go Out, a guide to Modernista bars and restaurants in Barcelona. Discover the architecture of Gaudí, Domènech, Puig i Cadafalch and have lunch at Picasso’s table, or in a Gaudí house- with a large number of buildings and points of interest, the guides let visitors explore the riches of Barcelona Modernisme at their own rhythm. 
All proceeds of sales of the publications go toward the restoration and improvement of the city's Modernista heritage. Published in Catalan, Spanish, English and French versions.
For more information: www.rutadelmodernisme.com 

Archives of the magazine CoupDefouet, Barcelona

 (2006)


CoupDefouet is published by the Urban Landscape Institute of the Barcelona City Council, a member of the Reseau Art Nouveau Network and the leader of the European Art Nouveau Route which was established in June 2000, incorporates 47 local governments and 30 institutions with the common commitment to find useful and efficient mechanisms for the protection and promotion of Europe’s Art Nouveau heritage. CoupDefouet is a non-profit magazine issued twice a year, whose purpose is to provide a channel for exchanging experiences and news around the world on common subjects of interest. The quality contents of coupDefouet are possible thanks to the contribution out of interest of scholars and other reputed authors. CoupDefouet is distributed free to over 800 selected mailing destinations around the world, including city governments, museums, universities and other entities related to Art Nouveau heritage, reaching over 2,500 people directly interested in cultural diffusion and tourism as part of their professional or academic activity.

CoupDefouet nr 1, front cover and table of contents
CoupDefouet nr 2, front cover and table of contents
CoupDefouet nr 3, front cover and table of contents
CoupDefouet nr 4, front cover and table of contents
CoupDefouet nr 5, front cover and table of contents
CoupDefouet nr 6, front cover and table of contents
CoupDefouet nr 7, front cover and table of contents
CoupDefouet nr 8, front cover and table of contents
CoupDefouet nr 9, front cover and table of contents
CoupDefouet nr 10, front cover and table of contents
CoupDefouet nr 11, front cover and table of contents
CoupDefouet nr 12, front cover and table of contents

Art Nouveau works from the Ecole de Nancy presented at the exhibition « The decorative revolution” at the Pinacothèque of Paris – from 18 to 8 September 2013

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With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union

Responsible publisher: Arlette Verkruyssen, General Director,
Ministry of the Brussels Capital Region Department of Spatial Planning and Housing,
Rue du Progrès 80 b 1, 1035 Brussels - Belgium