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Totalement Horta - ARAU
Dates:29-11-2014-29-11-2014
L’ARAU propose une visite en car exclusivement consacrée au chef de file de l’Art nouveau belge?: Victor Horta. Une occasion unique de mieux comprendre l’oeuvre de cet architecte de talent à travers trois de ses réalisations?: une maison bruxelloise singulière (maison Autrique), un hôtel de maître (hôtel Van Eetvelde) et un ancien magasin de tissu (anciens magasins Waucquez). Durée: 3H00
Bruxelles
Top 100 Art nouveau / Bruxelles
Dates:01-01-2050-01-01-2999
Marie Resseler propose une découverte de l'Art nouveau à travers une approche thématique originale : métamorphose de la maison bourgeoise, quant l'architecte construit sa maison, maisons et ateliers d'artistes, au coin de la rue, l'Art nouveau pour les petits... Cet ouvrage très documenté est agrémenté de nombreuses archives photographiques.
 
The Women and Cats of Art Nouveau Artists - ebook
Dates:01-01-2050-01-01-2999
A collection of prints from Art Nouveau artists with women and cats as the subjects of these prints. Artists include: Jules Chéret • 1836 to 1932 Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec • 1864 - 1901 Eugène Grasset • 1844 to 1917 Alfons Mucha • 1860 - 1939 Théophile Steinlen • 1859 – 1923 Louis Rhead • 1857 - 1926 M. P. Verneuil • 1869–1942 Paul Follot • 1875 – 1942 Paul Berthon • 1872 – 1909 Georges de Feure • 1868 – 1943 Edward Penfield • 1866 - 1925 Leonetto Cappiello • 1875 – 1942
London
The Sources of Modern Architecture and Design
Dates:01-01-2050-01-01-2999
The turn of the nineteenth century saw an extraordinary flowering of invention in architecture and design, with two contrasting styles emerging - Art Nouveau and the International Style. Professor Pevsner brings a new clarity to an often confusing period, tracing - with the aid of nearly two hundred carefully chosen illustrations - the origins of twentieth-century ideas in architecture and the applied arts.
 
The Library of Eugene Grasset
Dates:01-01-2050-01-01-2999
The September edition is focused on the inspirations of Eugène Grasset through the publication of library items. The pages included in this publication are from an estate sale catalogue. Although a little morbid, it does give the reader a clear indication of what he found inspirational. Arsène Alexandre quoted Grasset as saying -- “these are my friends of solitude and of work”.
London
The Iconic House - Architectural Masterworks Since 1900
Dates:01-01-2050-01-01-2999
One hundred of the most important and influential architect-designed houses in the world. See a list of architects whose work appears in 'The Iconic House' See an interview with Dominic Bradbury about the writing of the book With seminal works from such icons as Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mies van der Rohe, as well as modern-day greats including Tadao Ando, Rem Koolhaas and Herzog & de Meuron, this book presents a stunning array of the past century’s architectural masterpieces. International in scope and wide-ranging in style, the houses share a remarkable sensitivity to site and context, appreciation of materials and local building traditions, and careful integration of clients’ needs. Each, however, has a unique approach that makes it groundbreaking and radical for its time. Every house has a history, and this book tells the often intimate stories of these remarkable buildings and their architects and clients. Concise, informative texts and fresh, vibrant illustrations, including specially commissioned photographs and a wealth of floor plans and drawings, offer detailed documentation, while a bibliography, gazetteer and list of houses by type offer further information. Whether Arts and Crafts or Art Nouveau, Modernist or Minimalist, High-Tech or vernacular, these iconic buildings from around the world and across the decades will inspire and delight students and professionals, design aficionados and anyone who dreams of building a house of their own some day. 28.00 x 26.00 cm Hardback 352pp 638 Illustrations, 559 in colour First published 2009
NANCY
The École de Nancy and the First World War
Dates:19-03-2014-29-06-2014
A selection of works by Victor Prouvé, Henri Bergé, Louis Hestaux, Louis Majorelle and Gallé Factory in the museum’s collections presents this hardly known period which followed the golden year of the École de Nancy during and after the First World War and lead those artists into the 20th century for good. An exhibition presented in the field of the centenary of the First World War.
Bruxelles
The Cradle of Art Nouveau. Victor Horta and Brussels
Dates:26-03-2014-30-06-2014
The Monuments and Sites Department of the Brussels-Capital Region in cooperation with Visit Brussels, invite you to discover the exhibition “The Cradle of Art Nouveau. Victor Horta and Brussels”. After its presentation at the American Institute of Architects in Washington in 2012 and at the Halles Saint Gery in Brussels in 2013, this travelling exhibition developed in four languages is organized from 26 March until 30 June 2014 at the BIP (Brussels Info Place), at the heart of Brussels. Richly illustrated, the exhibition highlights the most beautiful realisations of the architect Victor Horta, registered on the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and plunge the visitor in the intimacy of the creation of one of the greatest Art Nouveau artists, movement which has revolutionized the European spatial and architectural conceptions at the dawn of the XXth century. The Tassel, Solvay and Van Eetvelde Hôtels, as well as the personal house of the architect mix with the dismantled magnificence of the Aubecq Hôtel, demolished during the 1950’s, but of which a part of the façades, as a giant jigsaw, was recently put back together. Free entrance from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Bruxelles (Ixelles)
The Charlier museum and Victor Horta
Dates:01-01-2050-01-01-2999
In 1890, the patron of the arts Henri Van Cutsem (1839-1904) inherited a townhouse in the neoclassical style at 16 avenue des Arts in Sint-Josse-ten-Noode, a borough neighbouring the historical city centre of Brussels. To show off his art collections to best effect, Van Cutsem entrusted the works to extend his home and convert the stables and annexes to a young and as yet unknown architect: Victor Horta. Between 1890 and 1893 the latter designed two galleries topped with glass roofs with metal supports and a new facade giving onto rue de la Charité. This enlarged Hôtel Charlier provides an early example of the innovations that would later become distinctive of the work of the master of Art Nouveau: the fluidity and transparency of the interior spaces, the use and affirmation of visible metal in a private home, fruit at the base of walls to lend an organic illusion, etc. In 1928, the townhouse became known as the "Charlier Museum" in memory of the sculptor Guillaume Charlier (1854-1925), Van Cutsem's universal legatee, who donated the house and its art collections to the borough of Sint-Josse-ten-Noorde. In 1993 the museum was listed as a historical monument by the Brussels-Capital Region. 64 pages, 13 X 13 cm, 180 gramme
Mineola, NY
The art nouveau style book of Alphonse Mucha
Dates:01-01-2050-01-01-2999
Rare design portfolio by high priest of Art Nouveau. Jewelry, wallpaper, stained glass, furniture; figure studies; plant and animal motifs, much more. This complete one-volume edition features all 72 stunning plates from Documents Décoratifs in original color. 78 pages
Bruxelles
The Anderson Collection of Art Nouveau
Dates:01-01-2050-01-01-2999
Sir Colin and Lady Anderson were passionate about Art Nouveau and amassed a collection of furniture, jewellery, glass, ceramics, metalware and graphics that embodied the new style that swept fin de siècle Europe and America. They acquired the work of many of the leading exponents of Art Nouveau, including graphics by Alphonse Mucha, the furniture of Emile Gallé and Louis Majorelle, glass by Louis Comfort Tiffany, jewellery by René Lalique and Georges Fouquet, as well as works made for Liberty & Co by designers such as Archibald Knox. The Collection was given to the University of East Anglia in 1978, to be housed in the newly opened Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. This catalogue celebrates the Anderson Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. This catalogue celebrates the Anderson Collection of Art Nouveau with 175 colour images and features essays examining both the varied forms of the style and the artists and designers who made these remarkable works.
London
Textiles of the Wiener Werkstätte 1910-1932
Dates:01-01-2050-01-01-2999
For designers, decorators or anyone simply in search of visual inspiration, this book is a goldmine and a fitting tribute to a period of astonishing creativity. A wealth of reproductions, many in colour, are supplemented by an exhaustive catalogue and artist biographies, as well as contemporary photographs of the textiles’ uses in fashion and interior decoration. The textile patterns and prints of the Wiener Werkstätte were among the most popular and successful designs of the early twentieth century, reflecting both the tastes of Viennese high society and the general trend towards artistic abstraction. Textiles of the Wiener Werkstätte 1910–32 presents selections from the original gouache drawings, pattern books and about 20,000 samples now in the collection of the Austrian Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna – a truly remarkable archive of most of the over 1,800 recorded fabric designs. These range from the early naturalistic motifs of Art Nouveau to the later geometric designs associated with Art Deco. Angela Völker’s text gives accounts of a range of topics, including the designs by Koloman Moser and Josef Hoffmann for Backhausen and Söhne before the foundation of the textile department in about 1910, methods of production, sales policy, customers and end use. 28.00 x 20.70 cm Paperback with flaps 256pp 417 Illustrations, 306 in colour First published 2004
 
Teodora Gheroghiu: Art Nouveau. Strauss, Zemlinsky, Ravel - CD musical
Dates:01-01-2050-01-01-2999
1 cd Aparté
Düsseldorf
Taxile Doat – Maître des Grand Feu
Dates:27-02-2014-29-09-2014
Ce céramiste, surnommé "le maître du grand feu", a travaillé de 1877 à 1905 à la Manufacture nationale de Sèvres, avant d'ouvrir son propre atelier. Ses recherches sur la porcelaine, le grès et la glaçure, ainsi que son désir de renouveler les décors et les formes des vases sous l'influence naturaliste et japonaise font de lui l'un des acteurs majeurs du renouveau de la céramique en France au début du 20ème siècle. Il reçoit la médaille d'or à l'Exposition universelle de 1889. En 1909, il part enseigner la céramique aux Etats Unis, à l'académie des arts de St Louis, à la demande d'Edouard Gardner Lewis. Il revient définitivement en France en 1915. Doat publia en 1905 un livre, "Les céramiques de grand feu", dans lequel il explique ses recherches, notamment sur un type de décor dit de "pâte sur pâte", ainsi que de nouveaux types de glaçure. L'exposition du studio du musée Hetjens propose un ensemble de pièces de ce type, conservées dans une collection privée. ON peut admirer quelques exemples de son travail au musée d'Orsay, comme par exemple cette courge, qui n'est pas sans évoquer des verreries d'Emile Gallé sur ce thème, ou au musée des arts décoratifs. Taxile Doat est également présent dans les collections du V&A de Londres et dans des musées américains. Source: Véronique Baudouin, dans OFF, le blog du Musée de l'Ecole de Nancy.
Bruxelles
Strasbourg 1900 - Carrefour des arts nouveaux
Dates:01-01-2050-01-01-2999
A la suite de l'annexion, l'Alsace et la Moselle, devenues terres d'Empire, vont connaître un essor remarquable, dont Strasbourg, ville forteresse, fut la principale bénéficiaire grâce à la construction d'édifices aux structures et lignes nouvelles, aux ornements de façades, aux décorations intérieures innovantes, aux projets d'hygiène et de cités-jardins... Les architectes optent alors pour des formes et des matériaux nouveaux et contribuent à faire de l'Alsace et de sa capitale Strasbourg un carrefour des Arts nouveaux, aux côtés de Nancy, la ville des artistes de l'école de Nancy et du plus connu d'entre eux, Emile Gallé, et de Munich ou Darmstadt. Ce mouvement mondial appelé également Modern Style ou Jugendstil va s'incarner essentiellement dans l'architecture et les arts décoratifs. Il est porté par une éthique où le beau, dans un environnement d'art global, veut marquer de son empreinte le monde de l'utile. On s'inquiète de la production en série qui déshumanise l'objet et l'on prône un retour à l'artisanat et aux arts appliqués.

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