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Le petit monde de l’architecte Henri Jacobs 1864-1935
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
L’historien de l’art Franco Borsi a écrit qu’après Horta et Hankar, Henri Jacobs a été l’architecte le plus intéressant de l’Art nouveau. Aussi à l’aise dans une architecture privée élégante, raffinée dans l’harmonie des matériaux et des couleurs, tout en restant classique dans le plan, que dans le logement social ou le logement moyen, où il privilégie le confort sans tomber dans la banalité et sans négliger l’apparence, il est, avant tout, le principal bâtisseur des écoles de Bruxelles, mais figure aussi parmi les principaux artisans de l’architecture scolaire en Brabant, se jouant des diverses contraintes et des règlements émis par les différentes autorités. Ce livre retrace le parcours de trois générations de Jacobs : Henri Jacobs lui-même, son père, enseignant, et son oncle, architecte, qui s’illustrèrent particulièrement à Saint-Josse, grâce à qui il est allé à bonne école, puis son fils, Henri Aimé, qui grandira au milieu des tables à dessiner et prendra sa succession. Jacobs a connu le succès en son temps. Le livre s’efforce de mettre en évidence son réseau de relations, de contacts, de clients, d’artistes, ce « petit monde » qui l’entoure durant toute sa carrière. Parmi ses proches, il faut relever Godefroid Devreese, le sculpteur, Privat Livemont, le peintre, et Paul Gilson, le musicien. Si ses principales réalisations se situent à Schaerbeek, où il est le principal architecte du Foyer schaerbeekois et où se dresse son chef-d’oeuvre, le groupe scolaire Josaphat, beaucoup sont aussi emblématiques de l’architecture bruxelloise en général, comme l’ancienne École normale Émile André rue des Capucins, plusieurs écoles de Laeken, le groupe scolaire Félix Govaert à Auderghem, l’actuel Athénée d’Uccle I et l’école du square Marlow ainsi que d’autres bâtiments scolaires à Uccle, l’École en couleurs et l’école de la rue des Alliés à Forest, les deux écoles de la rue Herkoliers et l’Athénée à Koekelberg. Mais il construit aussi en Brabant, de Hal à Rhode- Saint-Genèse, de Londerzeel à Tirlemont, en passant par Grimbergen, Zaventem et Diegem. Ce livre est la première monographie consacrée aux Jacobs. Depuis plus de vingt ans, l’auteur, archéologue issue de l’Université libre de Bruxelles et active dans la protection du patrimoine bruxellois, qui consacre ses recherches à l’architecture scolaire en Brabant, s’intéresse à ces personnalités. L’ouvrage révèle une importante liste chronologique d’oeuvres, dont la plupart sont inédites, ainsi que des encarts, mettant en lumière, soit des projets ou des réalisations, soit des personnages, familiers, entrepreneurs, clients que les Jacobs ont côtoyés. Il constitue une approche nouvelle de l’architecture bruxelloise de la fin du XIXe et de la première moitié du XXe siècle, mettant en évidence les hommes et les relations qui les lient. 360 pages Format 24 x 16,5 cm 482 ill. en quadrichromie Prix de vente: A 60
Berlin
Art and cookie jar - 125 years Bahlsen
Dates:17.7.2014-9.11.2014
The exhibition "Art and cookie jar" is dedicated to the groundbreaking and exquisite packaging cans of the Bahlsen company from Hannover. Since the company was founded 125 years ago Bahlsen relies on exceptionally elaborate packaging, building on collaborations with eminent artists. From Historicism and Art Nouveau, Constructivism, Informal Art, Op Art and Pop Art, many art movements of the 20th century are reflected in the design of the cans. The artistically designed packaging made ​​for a recognition effect, which is often made ​​even the mention of the company name redundant. In the exhibition, over 250 exhibits from a large private collection as well as from the corporate archive are shown. Media: Culture Radio RBB, [030] Magazin Berlin. Accompanying the exhibition Free public tours on every 3rd Sunday of the month (plus museum admission): Sunday, 20.07., 17.8., 21.9., 10.19.2014, every 16 clock Free public short tours every 1st Wednesday of the month: Wednesday, 06.08., 3.9., 1.10., 11.5.2014, both 17 clock Offer for schools: Workshop "Coloured tin". Information and booking information about the Museum Berlin, Tel: 030 / 24,749,888 Workshops for children and young people: "Tagtool meets Bahlsen meets Art Nouveau" and "porcelain painting: design language of the box turn of the century." Information and booking on youth at the Museum eV, Tel: 030/266 422 242
Berlin
Jugendstil
Dates:16.9.2014-16.9.2015

As of now, the Brohan Museum in a changing exhibition architecture, a new presentation of the rich holdings of the Art Nouveau period to see. Be shown, for example, works of the Paris World Fair in 1900, the Arts and Crafts movement, the Wiener Werkstätte, artists and companies such as Alfons Mucha, Alfred Grenander, Henry van de Velde, Johann Loetz., Peter Behrens and Bruno Paul. The exhibition features furniture, artwork, porcelain, glass, textiles and metal.

The Art Nouveau is represented in the new presentation as a social phenomenon. Whatever one may call the movement - whether Jugendstil, Art Nouveau, Secession style or Stile Liberty - it was more than just a style. Behind this was rather an attempt to develop a new, comprehensive all areas of life aesthetics. There creative answers were sought on contradictions, which were connected directly or indirectly with industrialization. Nature was not only a source of inspiration for a new ornamentation, but also a model for a better life model. Symbolism, dreamy and fairytale worlds shaped the motives and were often rather unpleasant reality of everyday life.

Boston
Le Japon Artistique: Japanese Floral Pattern Design in the Art Nouveau Era
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
128 pages
Boston
Holland on Paper In the Age of Art Nouveau
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
Text by Clifford S. Ackley From the 1890s through the turn of the century, there was a flourishing of new, imaginative art and craft throughout Europe that we now know as Art Nouveau. The Netherlands experienced an inventive variant of this art and design phenomenon, but until now it has been largely overshadowed by its counterparts in other countries, especially France. This richly illustrated book is the first in English to celebrate the Dutch contribution to Art Nouveau through a tour of more than 100 works on paper--posters, decorative calendars and illustrated books, as well as prints and drawings. These innovative works of graphic design reveal the progressive Dutch artists’ conscious reaction against the past, their inspiration in natural forms and exotic cultures, and their embrace of the principle that art should transform everyday life. They also show how the New Art--Nieuwe Kunst in Dutch--coexisted and sometimes intertwined in the Netherlands with other artistic strands, including persistent realist trends, Symbolism and the emergence of modernism. Included here are early drawings by well-known artists Vincent van Gogh and Bart van der Leck, as well as new discoveries from Jan Toorop, Theo Nieuwenhuis, Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita, Theo Hoytema, G. W. Dijsselhof and C. A. Lion Cachet. With an introduction and explanatory text about each work of art by Clifford S. Ackley, one of the world’s leading specialists in Dutch prints and drawings, Holland on Paper provides a fascinating and visually rewarding introduction to a rich and creative artistic era. Hardcover, 9.5 x 10.5 in. / 256 pages / 155 color.
Braine-l' Alleud
Victor Horta, un maître de l'art nouveau : sa vie, son oeuvre
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
Description matérielle : 94 p. : photogr.
Brussel
Paul Hankar als interieurarchitect
Dates:1.6.2050-31.12.2099
Lieven Daenens, François Loyer, Werner Adriaenssens ISBN: 90-5130-498-6
Brussels
Totally Horta - ARAU
Dates:27.9.2014-27.9.2014
This three-hour coach tour explores the remaining buildings of Victor Horta, the leading Belgian Art nouveau architect. A unique opportunity to find out more about the buildings designed by this architectural genius through an examination of three of them : a luxury townhouse (van Eetvelde house), a primary school (Saint-Ghislain kindergarten) and a former wholesale drapery shop (Waucquez store).
Brussels
Brussels 1900 Art nouveau - ARAU
Dates:4.10.2014-4.10.2014
Over the last 30 years, this coach tour has proved the most popular and well-known of ARAU - www.arau.org’s tours. The tour helps participants to understand the place of Art nouveau in Brussels, its origins, its technical and stylistic characteristics, and the personalities of its most well-known architects. The tour travels through several districts of the city to show participants beautiful Art nouveau facades, some of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The tour also offers the chance to visit extraordinary Art nouveau interiors, including some not normally open to the public. Each tour includes at least two interiors from the following list, subject to availability : Victor Horta’s van Eetvelde house, Winssinger house, Autrique house or Waucquez store (now the Belgian Strip Cartoon Centre), Jules Brunfaut’s Hannon house, Henri Jacobs’ Schaerbeek School No.1. BILINGUAL TOUR (EN/FR)
Brussels
Brussels 1900 Art nouveau - ARAU
Dates:11.10.2014-11.10.2014

Over the last 30 years, this coach tour has proved the most popular and well-known of ARAU - www.arau.org’s tours.
The tour helps participants to understand the place of Art nouveau in Brussels, its origins, its technical and stylistic characteristics, and the personalities of its most well-known architects.
The tour travels through several districts of the city to show participants beautiful Art nouveau facades, some of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The tour also offers the chance to visit extraordinary Art nouveau interiors, including some not normally open to the public.
Each tour includes at least two interiors from the following list, subject to availability : Victor Horta’s van Eetvelde house, Winssinger house, Autrique house or Waucquez store (now the Belgian Strip Cartoon Centre), Jules Brunfaut’s Hannon house, Henri Jacobs’ Schaerbeek School No.1.

BILINGUAL TOUR (EN/FR)

Brussels
Totally Horta - ARAU
Dates:25.10.2014-25.10.2014
This three-hour coach tour explores the remaining buildings of Victor Horta, the leading Belgian Art nouveau architect. A unique opportunity to find out more about the buildings designed by this architectural genius through an examination of three of them : a luxury townhouse (van Eetvelde house), a primary school (Saint-Ghislain kindergarten) and a former wholesale drapery shop (Waucquez store).
Brussels
Brussels 1900 Art nouveau - ARAU
Dates:1.11.2014-1.11.2014
Over the last 30 years, this coach tour has proved the most popular and well-known of ARAU - www.arau.org’s tours. The tour helps participants to understand the place of Art nouveau in Brussels, its origins, its technical and stylistic characteristics, and the personalities of its most well-known architects. The tour travels through several districts of the city to show participants beautiful Art nouveau facades, some of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The tour also offers the chance to visit extraordinary Art nouveau interiors, including some not normally open to the public. Each tour includes at least two interiors from the following list, subject to availability : Victor Horta’s van Eetvelde house, Winssinger house, Autrique house or Waucquez store (now the Belgian Strip Cartoon Centre), Jules Brunfaut’s Hannon house, Henri Jacobs’ Schaerbeek School No.1. BILINGUAL TOUR (EN/FR)
Brussels
Brussels 1900 Art nouveau - ARAU
Dates:8.11.2014-8.11.2014
Over the last 30 years, this coach tour has proved the most popular and well-known of ARAU - www.arau.org’s tours. The tour helps participants to understand the place of Art nouveau in Brussels, its origins, its technical and stylistic characteristics, and the personalities of its most well-known architects. The tour travels through several districts of the city to show participants beautiful Art nouveau facades, some of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The tour also offers the chance to visit extraordinary Art nouveau interiors, including some not normally open to the public. Each tour includes at least two interiors from the following list, subject to availability : Victor Horta’s van Eetvelde house, Winssinger house, Autrique house or Waucquez store (now the Belgian Strip Cartoon Centre), Jules Brunfaut’s Hannon house, Henri Jacobs’ Schaerbeek School No.1. BILINGUAL TOUR (EN/FR)
Brussels
Brussels 1900 Art nouveau - ARAU
Dates:15.11.2014-15.11.2014
Over the last 30 years, this coach tour has proved the most popular and well-known of ARAU - www.arau.org’s tours. The tour helps participants to understand the place of Art nouveau in Brussels, its origins, its technical and stylistic characteristics, and the personalities of its most well-known architects. The tour travels through several districts of the city to show participants beautiful Art nouveau facades, some of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The tour also offers the chance to visit extraordinary Art nouveau interiors, including some not normally open to the public. Each tour includes at least two interiors from the following list, subject to availability : Victor Horta’s van Eetvelde house, Winssinger house, Autrique house or Waucquez store (now the Belgian Strip Cartoon Centre), Jules Brunfaut’s Hannon house, Henri Jacobs’ Schaerbeek School No.1. BILINGUAL TOUR (EN/FR)
Brussels
Totally Horta - ARAU
Dates:29.11.2014-29.11.2014
This three-hour coach tour explores the remaining buildings of Victor Horta, the leading Belgian Art nouveau architect. A unique opportunity to find out more about the buildings designed by this architectural genius through an examination of three of them : a luxury townhouse (van Eetvelde house), a primary school (Saint-Ghislain kindergarten) and a former wholesale drapery shop (Waucquez store).

 

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