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17th and 18th March : Télérama Week-end at Musée de l'Ecole de Nancy


Free entrance at the Museum with the Télérama Pass. Free guided tours only on Sundays.

10.30 a.m.: Lunch! The art of hospitality during the Belle-Epoque, Art Nouveau tableware, family visit from 7 years-old.

4.30 p.m.: Emile Gallé’s descendants and the Musée de l’Ecole de Nancy, generous donors!!

More informations: http://www.ecole-de-nancy.com


Photo: Programme 2012 Musée de l'Ecole de Nancy

Gustav Klimt: Up close and Personal at the Leopold Museum - from 24 February to 11 June 2012


Images, letters, Insights

Klimt’s major work „Death and Life“ created in 1910 and overworked in 1915 as well as a range of other important paintings and over a hundred drawings by Gustav Klimt are held by the Leopold Museum. Furthermore a big part of the Emilie Flöge estate, containing hundreds of postcards, photographs and letters written by Gustav Klimt for over two decades to his partner in life Emilie Flöge, are part of the Leopold collection. Among them there are art cards designed by the Wiener Werkstätte, tube mail, telegrams as well as a manifold correspondence, that Klimt conducted with his friends and family in Vienna while enjoying his seasonal summer retreat at the Salzkammergut, at the Attersee and in Gastein or during his journeys that led him all across Europe to Italy, Paris, Bruxelles and London. By Klimt‘s impressions one can gain insight into a personal view of the artist on arts, everyday life, his fears, joys and worries.On the occasion of the Klimt-year 2012 the Leopold Museum takes the postcards and correspondences to the centre stage of an exhibition for the very first time and focuses mainly on Klimt’s journeys. At the same time the showing invites the public to take a time journey that leads through life and work of the artist and highlights Klimt’s most important artistic and private life situations.
More informations: http://www.leopoldmuseum.org/en/exhibitions/43/gustav-klimt-up-close-and-personal


Photo: G. Klimt von Anton Josef Trcka(c)Imagno Austrian Archives

Call for contributions by the Musée de l’Ecole de Nancy


For the presentation of the “Jean Prouvé, an ironworker” exhibition, the Musée de l’Ecole de Nancy is searching for wrought iron items designed by Jean Prouvé (lamp and vase bases, elements, objects…) or documents illustrating his ironworker activity.

More information: http://www.ecole-de-nancy.com/web/index.php?page=a-venir-2

Thank you for contacting Jérôme Perrin: jerome.perrin@mairie-nancy.fr


Photo: Programme 2012 Musée de l'Ecole de Nancy

Beethoven Frieze (permanent presentation) at Secession in Vienna


Gustav Klimt created the Beethoven Frieze for the XIVth exhibition of the Association of Visual Artist Vienna Secession in 1902, a monumental fresco which is widely considered to be among the chef d’oeuvres of Viennese Art Nouveau (Jugendstil).

Opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10.00 am-6.00 p.m.

Guided tour Gustav Klimt & Beethoven Frieze: each first Tuesday in the month at 5 p.m.

Programme


Photo: Beethoven Frieze, source: Secession

More than 500 Art nouveau links are now available on our website!


Broaden your Art Nouveau knowledge: http://www.artnouveau-net.eu/News/Links/tabid/181/language/en-GB/Default.aspx


Photo: Centromerkur, Ljubljana

Exhibition of Donations and new acquisitions in Riga Art Nouveau Museum


From 27th of January 2012 till 4th of March, 2012

With pleasure and many thanks to all donors a new exhibition has been open on January 27, 2012.
Riga Art Nouveau Museum continues to enrich a collection of Art Nouveau items and on year 2011 it has been complemented with more than 1300 home and interior design items: clothing, shoes, dishes, photos, postcards, books and paintings etc.
The donations came from families living in Riga, including relics: the vase and candlestick from the Russian aristocracy – Prince N. Trubetzkoy.
There are two unique acquisitions – an authentic set of curtains from early beginning of the 20th century and a chessboard with the financial support of the State Culture Capital Foundation.
Riga Art Nouveau museum thanks all the people who supported to enrich the Art Nouveau interior of the architect Konstantin Peksen’s apartment!

 


Photo: Candlestick from Prince N. Trubetzkoy, Riga Art Nouveau Museum

Family activities at the Musée de l'Ecole de Nancy - 20th May 2012

 


Discover the Museum in a thematic tour suitable for parents and children… From 7 years-old, length 1h/ free for the children, adult fee: 5,5 euros.

More informations: http://www.ecole-de-nancy.com


Photo: Programme 2012 Musée de l'Ecole de Nancy

Publication: Brugmann, the garden-hospital of Victor Horta 


The Monuments & Sites Department of the Brussels-Capital Region has published a new issue in the collection "Brussels, Art & History City": "Brugmann, the garden-hospital of Victor Horta".
It is based on two parts: in the first part, Patrick Burniat and Judith le Maire explain the story of the building and in the second one, they offer the reader a visit journey to do by himself.
More informations:  http://www.monument.irisnet.be 
 


Photo: Brugmann, l'hôpital-jardin de Victor Horta, couverture.

A new member for the Réseau Art Nouveau Network: Welcome to Oradea!


The Réseau Art Nouveau Network is delighted to welcome the city of Oradea (Romania) as a new member since November 2011.


Photo: Oradea, Moskovits Inflora

Mackintosh Church from another view


From 3 December 2011 to  30 January 2012

A photographic exhibition by Gabriel Taylor
More informations: http://www.mackintoshchurch.com


Photo: Queen's Cross Interior

Launch of the first issue of the review Bruxelles Patrimoines 


Published by the Direction des Monuments et des Sites-Région de Bruxelles-Capitale.

Bruxelles Patrimoines is bound to a curious public about Brussels, who's invited to discover this city's heritage and to know more about restorations, heritage sites listing, studies, excavations, management...
The first free issue is dedicated to the scholastic architecture in Brussels.


Photo: Couverture Bruxelles Patrimoines 001

"Mackintosh: Building the Future" Symposium at the Lighthouse in Glasgow-3rd February 2012


The buildings of Charles Rennie Mackintosh form a major component in Glasgow’s cultural heritage and are celebrated internationally. Concern however is growing about the condition and long-term future of a number of the Mackintosh buildings. A one-day symposium is being organised by the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society in partnership with the Mackintosh Heritage Group to assess what has been achieved to date and what is required for the future.
Confirmed speakers include:
John McAslan | Executive Chair + Founder John McAslan + Partners
Roger Billcliffe | Managing Director, Billcliffe GalleryAlex Adamson | Buildings at Risk Register
David McLaughlin | Conservation architect and building historian
3rd February 2012, from 9.30 am.
To register interest in the Symposium: dylan@crmsociety.com
Tel: 0141 946 6600


Photo: Mackintosh Center, source: CRMS

Victor Horta revisited! Symposium at the Belgian Comic Strip Center - 3 December 2011


 While Horta has acquired an international reputation in the 1900s and is responsible for the spread of Art Nouveau in Europe, it is only long after the demolition of the People's House in 1965 and the creation of the Maison Horta in 1969 that the art of building and living was highlighted. Since then, various organizations, authors, private owners, curators and architects have done a remarkable job of fighting for the preservation, disclosure, restoration, reconstruction, and especially the partial redeployment of his unique work. Important actors will speak at the symposium, which will conclude with a discussion. Are involved in this issue, among others (to be confirmed): Jos Vandenbreeden (Archives of Architecture Sint-Lukas), Arlette Clauwers (Korei), Françoise Aubry (Horta Museum), Michael Gilbert (owner of Horta houses), Arno Weltens (Stichting behoud Nederlandse architectuur Jugendstil), Barbara Van der Wee (architect), Jeanine Lambrecht (VUB), Dirk Van de Vijver (Utrecht University) and Jan van Kasteren, Jasmijn Mooren, Teun Bonenkamp (Junior League of Utrecht University).
Organized by Erfgoedcel Brussel-VGC
Source: Agenda.be


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Aladár Körösfoi-Kriesch (1863-1920) exhibition at the Molnar-C.Pal Museum


An exhibition of Aladár Körösfoi-Kriesch (1863-1920), founder of the Gödöllõ artists' colony of the Hungarian Art nouveau is opened since the 16th November 2011 until the 25th February 2012 at the studio-museum MCP. The exhibition is curated by István Bizzer.
More informations: http://www.mcpmuzeum.hu


Photo: Aladár Kőrösfői-Kriesch self-portrait,1915

Guided Tour of Architect Enric Sagnier´s Works (1858-1931)

 


Organised by l'Institut Municipal del Paisatge Urbà i la Qualitat de Vida

From Saturday, 1 October 2011 to Sunday, 8 January 2012, a guided route is being offered to get to know Enric Sagnier´s architecture. This is the architect with the largest number of buildings in Barcelona. This itinerary, which coincides with the exhibition that CaixaForum is holding on the architect, aims to reveal the different archaeological styles of this prolific artist by visiting buildings such as the Arnús Bank, the Miquel Fargas House, the Church of Pompeii, or a single-family home situated on the Avinguda Diagonal.
For more information: www.rutadelmodernisme.com


Photo: Enric Sagnier. Casa Rupert Garriga, 1909-1912.

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