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Art Nouveau | New Objectivity | Delft : Art, knowledge & industry
Dates:30/03/2018-26/08/2018

We call it the miracle of Delft. Between 1880 and 1940, thanks to an extraordinary synergy among art, knowledge and industry, Delft grew to be one of the most important centres of applied arts. Art Nouveau / New Objectivity / Delft tells this inspiring story with the help of posters, pottery and stained glass made in this period. Delft as pioneer The exhibition shows how Delft transformed itself from a small provincial city to one of the most important centres of Art Nouveau in the Netherlands. Industry, the Polytechnic School and artists living in Delft provided the foundation for this golden age. Their collaboration was a powerful stimulus to creative activity. The industrialist Jacques van Marken played a key role. He commissioned Jan Toorop’s world famous design for the Netherlands Oil Factory’s salad oil poster. It is one of the icons of the Dutch Art Nouveau. Leading artists like Bart van der Leck and Piet Zwart were also inspired by the artistic vitality. During these years, the creativity of companies like the earthenware factory De Porceleyne Fles, Glass Atelier ’t Prinsenhof and the Braat company reached a high point. At world exhibitions, they presented original, prize-winning designs, establishing Delft’s international reputation as a city of innovation. Visitors can discover even more special locations from the period 1880-1940 in Delft by foot, with the help of the brochure Highlights ArtNouveau | New Objectivity | Delft.< Activities - 2 April Decorating Easter eggs - 29 April Workshop botanical painting - 5 May Painting a liberation tile - 6 May Workshop making a birthday calendar - 13 May Mother’s Day: collaboration art - 27 May, 29 July, 26 August Workshop poster design - 3 June Design your own peanut butter label - 17 June Father’s Day: collaboration art - 24 June Workshop glass painting - 1 July Make your own beach bag - Sundays at 14.00 guided tours with varying themes /p>

Moscow
Russian Style. From Historicism to Modernity
Dates:20/10/2017-31/12/2020

2017 was declared the year of the "Russian style" in the framework of the program "The Property of Russia. Traditions for the Future "of the All-Russian Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art. This year the Museum opens a new permanent exhibition "Russian Style. From historicism to modernity "in the halls of the main house of the Osterman manor. The task of the new permanent exhibition is not only the display of priceless collections of the All-Russian Museum of Decorative and Applied Art, but the disclosure of the concept of "Russian style" in a pan-European context, the demonstration of the principles of the formation of its stylistics in comparison with the European artistic processes of the development of the national-romantic trend of modern style in different countries "Art Nouveau" in France and Belgium, "modern" in England, "Jugendstil" in Germany, "secession" in Austria), which will be discussed in the opening room of the exposition.

Villard-Bonnot
Alfons Mucha et les Bergès : une amitié
Dates:27/04/2018-16/09/2018

Comme de nombreux industriels à la fin du XIXe siècle, Aristide Bergès et sa famille entretiennent un lien privilégié avec l'art de leur époque. L'Art nouveau est ainsi à l'honneur dans la maison à travers les décors, les papiers peints qui couvrent les murs et, de façon inattendue, avec plusieurs œuvres d'Alfons Mucha, chef de file de ce mouvement artistique et ami des Bergès. On ne connaît pas les circonstances précises qui amènent la famille à rencontrer Alfons Mucha. Maurice Bergès, fils cadet d'Aristide et peintre à ses heures, est sans doute à l'origine de ce rapprochement. A travers le prisme de l'amitié, l'exposition offre un nouvel éclairage sur cet artiste. Sa relation avec les Bergès témoigne d'une époque où monde de l'industrie et des arts sont intimement liés. Outre des œuvres inédites issues des collections du musée, près d'une vingtaine d'affiches ayant fait la renommée internationale de ce maître de l'Art nouveau sont présentées, notamment grâce au prêt de la bibliothèque Forney à Paris. L'exposition « Alfons Mucha et les Bergès : une amitié » présentée au musée du 27 avril au 16 septembre 2018 (inclus) puise sa singularité dans cette histoire intimiste et insolite.

Ixelles
Les joyeux d'Art nouveau dans le quartier Bailli
Dates:20/10/2018-20/10/2018

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With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union

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