Agenda

Ongoing and upcoming Art Nouveau exhibitions, visits and more...

FilterType of Event by
Filter by Select date
   
Find it!
Records 71-77 of 86  
page           11   
City
Image   
Name
La Habana Vieja. Cuba
Travelling exhibition The Nature of Art Nouveau
Dates:03/07/2015-31/07/2015

Organised by the Réseau Art Nouveau Network in the framework of the European project "Art Nouveau & Ecology" (2010-2015) supported by the Culture 2007-2013 programme of the European Commission, the exhibition comprises two identical concurrent exhibitions and has begun its journey to all partner cities in October 2013.

After Milan, the exhibition The Nature of Art Nouveau will be presented in La Habana at the Palacio del Segundo Cabo (Cultural Space La Habana-Europe) from 3 to 31 July 2015.

It reveals the role that nature had in the Art Nouveau and how much the nature was the source of inspiration for the artists at the turn of 19th to 20th century.
Conceived by Catalan art historian Teresa-M. Sala, The Nature of Art Nouveau is an exhibition based on both encyclopedic information and individual experimentation.

Using photographs and documents, together with a dynamic scenography created by Antoni Garau, it offers a concise view of Art Nouveau yet also aims to bring vividly to life the “perfumes, sounds and hues” of the natural world.

This exhibition is free.

 
Ljubljana celebrates Fabiani Year - 2015
Dates:01/01/2015-31/12/2015

2015 marks the 150th birth anniversary of the architect Maks Fabiani, whose rich legacy makes him one of the most important Central European architects of the turn of the 20th century. In celebration of the anniversary, Ljubljana will host a programme of exhibitions.

Maks Fabiani, a collaborator of the Viennese architect Otto Wagner, was one of the originators and, in the period 1903–1904, active members of the Austrian Art Nouveau movement, referred to as the Viennese Secession. Due to his active role in the circle of Viennese artists and the famous Art Nouveau buildings he designed in Vienna, Ljubljana, Gorizia, and Trieste in the period between 1899 and 1909, Fabiani contributed to the establishment of the principles of modern architecture. Among other things, he created a new urban development plan for Ljubljana after the devastating earthquake of 1895.

Bruxelles
Au cœur de Bruxelles, l’Art nouveau séduit le client…
Dates:18/10/2015-18/10/2015
A pied - Loin des quartiers résidentiels tranquilles, élégants et arborés où il s'épanouit habituellement, l'Art nouveau, au cœur de la ville, révèle une autre facette de son talent. Grands magasins et boutiques, cafés et restaurants... séduisent le chaland et s'affichent à la pointe de leur "belle époque", témoignant de son dynamisme novateur ! Durée : 2h30 Prix : 9 euros Réservations : Bus Bavard
Bruxelles
Les Marolles et l'Art nouveau
Dates:18/10/2015-18/10/2015
Un jardin d’enfants, une cité sociale ou un atelier d’artiste… autant de bâtiments aux fonctions diverses pour lesquelles les architectes Art nouveau ont adapté leur talent ! Au cœur de l’un des plus anciens quartiers bruxellois, le visiteur découvrira des bâtiments en tous genres, moins connus que les prestigieux hôtels de maître de cette époque, mais tout aussi novateurs et magnifiques. Durée : 2h Prix : 9 euros Réservations : Arkadia
Ljubljana
Fabiani’s legacy in Ljubljana
Dates:22/04/2015-30/09/2015

Maks Fabiani, whose 150th birth anniversary is celebrated in Ljubljana this year, was a renowned member of the Austrian Art Nouveau movement, known as the Viennese Secession. He was also the architect whose conceptual solution for the urban development of Ljubljana was later built upon by Jože Plečnik.

Fabiani left a significant legacy in a number of European cities, but the most profound was definitely the mark he left on Ljubljana as after the Ljubljana earthquake of 1895 he developed, on his own initiative and free of charge, a large-scale urban plan for the city.

Supported by Ljubljana's progressive mayor Ivan Hribar, Fabiani prepared not only the regulatory plan for the redevelopment of Ljubljana, but also architectural plans for a large number of modern new buildings. Today, the central point of his Art Nouveau Ljubljana is considered to be the Miklošič Park area, completed in 1908 and originally named Slovenian Square.

Ljubljana
Fabiani’s legacy in Ljubljana
Dates:22/04/2015-30/09/2015

Maks Fabiani, whose 150th birth anniversary is celebrated in Ljubljana this year, was a renowned member of the Austrian Art Nouveau movement, known as the Viennese Secession. He was also the architect whose conceptual solution for the urban development of Ljubljana was later built upon by Jože Plečnik.

Fabiani left a significant legacy in a number of European cities, but the most profound was definitely the mark he left on Ljubljana as after the Ljubljana earthquake of 1895 he developed, on his own initiative and free of charge, a large-scale urban plan for the city.

Supported by Ljubljana's progressive mayor Ivan Hribar, Fabiani prepared not only the regulatory plan for the redevelopment of Ljubljana, but also architectural plans for a large number of modern new buildings. Today, the central point of his Art Nouveau Ljubljana is considered to be the Miklošič Park area, completed in 1908 and originally named Slovenian Square.

Ljubljana
Fabiani’s legacy in Ljubljana
Dates:22/04/2015-30/09/2015

Maks Fabiani, whose 150th birth anniversary is celebrated in Ljubljana this year, was a renowned member of the Austrian Art Nouveau movement, known as the Viennese Secession. He was also the architect whose conceptual solution for the urban development of Ljubljana was later built upon by Jože Plečnik.

Fabiani left a significant legacy in a number of European cities, but the most profound was definitely the mark he left on Ljubljana as after the Ljubljana earthquake of 1895 he developed, on his own initiative and free of charge, a large-scale urban plan for the city.

Supported by Ljubljana's progressive mayor Ivan Hribar, Fabiani prepared not only the regulatory plan for the redevelopment of Ljubljana, but also architectural plans for a large number of modern new buildings. Today, the central point of his Art Nouveau Ljubljana is considered to be the Miklošič Park area, completed in 1908 and originally named Slovenian Square.

With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union

Responsible publisher: Arlette Verkruyssen, General Director,
Brussels Regional Public Service - Bruxelles Développement urbain (Brussels Urban Development),
CCN - Rue du Progrès 80, B. 1, 1035 Brussels - Belgium