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Bruxelles
Auderghem à la carte (Brussels)
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
The Monuments & Sites Department of the Brussels-Capital Region has published a tour map on the district of Auderghem.
Bruxelles
Brussels Art Nouveau
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
Voir & Dire Bruxelles has published a 5 Art Nouveau Itineraries Map.
Bruxelles
William Morris - V&A Pattern
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
William Morris by Linda Parry is part of a new series celebrating the V&A's pre-eminent status as a source of inspiration for designers. Featuring some of the museum's most enduing and popular patterns, William Morris is one of four new titles in the V&A Pattern series which also includes Digital Pioneers, Indian Florals and The Fifties. The pocket-sized books make attractive and collectable gifts but are also a valuable source of ideas for designers of all kinds. Commercial designers looking to license patterns can use these books as a starting point for research. Complete with a free CD of the images inside - to be redrawn or reworked.
Bruxelles
"Interbellum-cahier 16-17" - Henry van de Velde, Ecrits Divers 1
Dates:01.09.2050-01.01.2999
Le cahier présente en fac-similé des textes de Henry van de Velde, publiés entre 1923 et 1949 comme édition séparée ou dans les revues L'Art Vivant, La Cité, Europe, Gentsche Bijdragen tot de Kunstgeschiedenis, Reconstruction, Vandaag, Werk. Les textes de ce premier volume ont été choisis par Leen Meganck et Norbert Poulain. Le deuxième volume paraîtra au printemps 2008, contenant des textes parus dans Les Beaux-Arts, De Bouwgids, Europäische Revue, Frankfurter Zeitung, Kunst, Vooruit.
Prague 7-Holešovice
"L’Epopée des Slaves" d’Alfons Mucha exposée à Prague après 84 ans d’absence
Dates:10.05.2012-10.05.2017
« L’Epopée des Slaves », l’œuvre magistrale du maître de l’Art Nouveau, est de nouveau exposée à Prague. Mucha avait réalisé ce cycle de 20 toiles pour la capitale tchèque mais il n’y fut exposé qu’une seule fois, en 1928. C’est un événement pour Prague. Mucha avait réalisé cette œuvre comme un testament pour la ville et pour le peuple tchécoslovaque. Les 20 toiles présentent l’histoire des slaves depuis leurs origines (Les Slaves dans leur site préhistorique) jusqu’au XXe siècle (L’Apothéose des Slaves). Dans un contrat passé en 1913 avec l’américain slavophile et mécène Charles Crane, l’artiste avait promis d’offrir son Epopée à Prague à condition que cette dernière construise un bâtiment spécialement pour accueillir le cycle de 20 œuvres. Mais l’édifice ne vit jamais le jour. Depuis le 10 mai 2012, 84 ans plus tard, L’Epopée des Slaves est donc de nouveau dans la capitale tchèque. Le cycle est exposé au même endroit, dans le hall de l’ancien Palais des foires (Veletrzni Palac). Le directeur de la Galerie municipale de Prague a annoncé à l’AFP que l’exposition durerait 5 ans. « De nouveaux systèmes de chauffage, d’air conditionné et d’éclairage ont été installés afin d’assurer des conditions stables pour ces tableaux précieux ». Source: http://www.lejournaldesarts.fr
Paris
1900, L’Exposition à la recherche d’un toit
Dates:29.04.2014-29.04.2014
Cycle du mardi autour de l'exposition "Paris 1900, la Ville spectacle" de 12h30 à 14h : historiens d’Art et conservateurs développent différents thèmes abordés dans l’exposition. Mardi 29 avril 1900, L’Exposition à la recherche d’un toit par Dominique Lobstein, historien de l’Art Mardi 29 avril 2014 de 12h30 à 14h Auditorium du Petit Palais Entrée libre dans la limite des places disponibles
London
20th Century Ceramics
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
Many of the surveys to date have discussed factories or potters or artists as if they were completely disassociated from the times in which they were living, and as if they were completely unaware of their contemporaries. Rather than producing a survey in which only a shooting gallery of iconic pots or famous artists are presented I have tried to reveal the contexts in which these ceramics were made and why they were made.' Anyone concerned with art and creativity in the modern era, including schools, art colleges and collectors, will be grateful for this introduction to one of the most popular and challenging art forms of our time. The profusely illustrated book charts the development of ceramics in the modern age, from Art Nouveau, Art Deco, the Bauhaus and Futurism, through Abstract Expressionism, Pop and Performance, to Land Art and Installation Art. There are clear introductions to pioneering techniques, glazes and approaches, in context and in practice, from Orientalism and colour theory to Modernism, Postmodernism and the profuse diversity of the end of the twentieth century. A practising potter and writer of international note, Edmund de Waal examines the increasing cross-fertilization between ceramics and other disciplnes, such as painting, sculpture and architecture, and provides detailed and compelling analysis of individual pieces in context. 21.00 x 15.00 cm Paperback 224pp 178 Illustrations, 77 in colour First published 2003
London
20th Century Jewelry - The Complete Sourcebook
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
The most comprehensive and detailed history and sourcebook of twentieth-century jewelry ever published John Peacock charts the development of every kind and style of twentieth-century jewelry for both women and men: earrings, necklaces, pendants, bracelets, and bangles, brooches, rings, buckles and clasps, dress clips, hair and hat ornaments, watches, cufflinks, tiepins. . . Precious jewelry, costume and novelty jewelry are all included, and every style from Art Nouveau to Pop Art and retro. John Peacock’s research, using not only paintings and photographs, but also the jewelry itself, has allowed him to reproduce in meticulous detail a host of representative pieces from every year of the century. All the great twentieth-century designers and houses are featured – among them Lalique, Cartier, Chaumet, Georg Jensen, Fulco di Verdura, Schlumberger, Miriam Haskell, Harry Winston, Van Cleef & Arpels and Tiffany & Co. – as well as the mass-produced jewelry their designs inspired. The pictures are accompanied by full descriptions, including details of materials, stones, designs, fastenings, mounts and surrounds. An invaluable reference section includes a time chart summarizing the development of jewelry through the century, biographies of the leading international jewellers, and a concise bibliography. This encyclopaedic survey is destined to become the unrivalled reference work in its field, indispensable to any jewelry enthusiast, designer, student or collector. 32.00 x 24.00 cm Hardback 144pp Over 1500 illustrations in colour First published 2002
Bruxelles
A Gallery of Creators
Dates:01.09.2050-01.01.2999
A Gallery of Creators is a small encyclopaedia of the leading figures who created Modernisme in Barcelona. Architects, painters, sculptors, writers, cabinet makers, graphic artists, and also developers, patrons, financiers, etc., all of them people who, through their efforts and with their passion for creating a “new art”, were responsible for Barcelona’s being regarded today as the world capital of Modernisme. This book is an ideal complement to the Barcelona Modernisme Route guidebook, an indispensable tool for getting to know and understanding the cultural and artistic movement that characterised Catalonia in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. 240pp., 15 x 21cms, colour and black and white illustrations. Text in Catalan, Spanish, English, French. Available in paperback / €12 Further information at: www.rutadelmodernisme.com
Antwerpen
Adolphe Crespin (1859-1944): aux origines de l'art nouveau
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
131 pages
Bruxelles
Alexandre Charpentier (1856-1909) - Naturalisme et Art Nouveau
Dates:01.09.2050-01.01.2999
Alexandre Charpentier (1856-1909) a joué un rôle essentiel dans l'émergence de l'Art Nouveau. Il a milité pour que l'art soit à la portée de tous et gagne le décor de la vie quotidienne, au-delà des clivages entre Beaux-Arts et arts décoratifs. Touche à tout de génie, il expérimente une palette infinie de techniques et de matériaux : plâtre, marbre, bronze, or, argent, étain, porcelaine, grès, cérame, pâte de verre, estampe en relief et en couleurs, affiche, cuir gaufré... Toujours à l'avant-garde, Charpentier expose avec les néo-impressionnistes, comme Signac et Pissarro. Pendant l'affaire Dreyfus, il se range aux côtés de Zola. Musicien, il est très lié à Debussy ; il fréquente aussi le théâtre libre d'André Antoine. Célèbre de son vivant, mais éclipsé pendant un siècle, ce précurseur du design est à nouveau mis à l'honneur par ce catalogue, premier et unique ouvrage de référence sur son oeuvre.
Bruxelles
Alfonse Mucha (1860-1939)
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
L'œuvre d'Alfons Mucha, célèbre artiste tchèque de la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle, fait l'objet d'une exposition itinérante entre le Palais du Belvédère à Vienne, le musée Fabre à Montpellier et la Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung de Munich. Véritable parcours artistique international, le catalogue permet de reconsidérer l'artiste à travers l'ensemble de sa production et montre que la popularité de son style, reconnu comme le style Mucha, repose sur une maîtrise du dessin et du décor. Ce dessinateur de génie excella dans tous les domaines et tous les formats, de l’illustration de livres précieux au décor monumental, comme celui du pavillon de la Bosnie-Herzégovine réalisé pour l’Exposition universelle de 1900 à Paris. Esprit infatigable et curieux, il sut faire chanter ses gammes infinies de courbes et de volutes tant pour le mobilier que pour la joaillerie et paracheva son sens de la composition théâtrale grâce à un usage remarquable de la photographie. Il consacra la fin de sa vie à l’exécution d’oeuvres monumentales exprimant la grandeur de la nation tchèque, dont le salon du Maire à Prague et surtout l’Épopée slave en sont les plus beaux exemples. Cet ouvrage retrace le parcours artistique de Mucha en offrant, grâce aux reproductions et aux textes produits par des plus grands spécialistes, un état actuel de la question.
Sapporo
Alphonse Mucha: An Insight into the Artist
Dates:05.04.2014-15.06.2014
Alphonse Mucha: An Insight into the Artist is a major retrospective featuring over 240 works, including many that have never been shown in Japan before, alongside a wide range of oil paintings, studies, sketches, jewellery and posters from the Mucha family collection. The exhibition will explore the artistic vision and ideals behind Mucha's works. Through his own words and works, visitors will gain an insight into his creative process, his ambitions and his achievements. The exhibition will be organised in six sections representing important themes or phases in his career: Mucha the Czech Sarah Bernhardt & the Theatre World Le Style Mucha & Art Nouveau The Message of Beauty Paris 1900 Visions for Humanity Rare works such as a satin-silk edition of The Arts series, comprised of 4-colour lithographs: Dance, Painting, Poetry and Music will feature in the show. This exhibition will be a great opportunity for all Mucha fans and art lovers to deepen their understanding of Mucha and his inner world.
06511-8909
Alphonse Mucha: The Spirit of Art Nouveau
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
Alphonse Mucha (1890-1939) was one of the most important decorative artists in Paris at the turn of the century. His sensual female portraits with their elaborate borders?le style Mucha?embody the essence of Art Nouveau. The Mucha family and the Mucha Foundation have put together a touring exhibition of Mucha's work, and this is the companion volume. Though numerous works on Mucha have appeared in the past few decades, none have been as exhaustive as this illustrated group of essays by noted European experts. The full-scale treatment covers paintings, decorative panels, pastels, drawings, photographs, jewelry, and advertisements as well as numerous book and magazine illustrations. The essays elucidate Mucha's political activities in Czechoslovakia, which spawned the enormous murals "The Slav Epic"; his association with the actress Sarah Bernhardt; and the impact of American patronage on his later work. This lavish homage may prove to be the most important study of an amazing and prolific artist. Highly recommended.?Joseph C. Hewgley, Nashville P.L., Antioch Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. 344 pages
London
An Illustrated History of Interior Decoration - From Pompeii to Art Nouveau
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
The appeal of this extraordinary book lies in its obsession with the details of the domestic interior, borne out in a wonderfully rich collection of pictures. These charming paintings and water-colours, mostly dating from 1770 to 1860 and coming from all over Europe, Russia and America, record with faithful accuracy the shape of a room, the pattern of a carpet, the furniture, pictures, fabrics and wall coverings, the hang of the curtains. The pictures find their place in a complete survey of domestic – and some more palatial – interiors portrayed in art from the ancient world to the late 19th century, and including works by Vermeer, Hogarth, Dürer, Degas and Vuillard. The text goes beyond scholarly commentary to present an evolving picture of men and women in relation to domestic surroundings, full of human interest, wit and wide-ranging cultural references. 30.30 x 23.00 cm Hardback 396pp 400 Illustrations, 64 in colour First published 1982