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Gustav Klimt
Dates:22/06/2018-04/11/2018

This exhibition marking the 100th anniversary of the death of Gustav Klimt, who also passed away in 1918, honors THE protagonist of Viennese Modernism par excellence, who saw the Secession as a venue for the fight for spiritual and artistic modern art. His highly contested, allegorical Faculty Paintings, which were destroyed during the last days of war in 1945, were seen as a paradigm shift and a credo of a new thematic and formal notion of the fin-de-siècle: spirit and matter, nature and art, as well as Eros and Thanatos constituted the program of his artistic oeuvre. The pictorial works of the avant-gardist Klimt further express a longing for beauty and sensuality. Along with works from the holdings of the Leopold Museum and the Leopold family’s private collection, the presentation will feature exhibits from the Klimt Foundation, works given to the museum as a permanent loan by a Klimt descendant as well as select international loans from private and institutional collections. Thus, the exhibition retraces Klimt’s artistic evolution from an exponent of late Historicism towards one of the most eminent representatives of Viennese Jugendstil. “From Sketch to Painting” – Klimt’s Last Masterpiece The Bride One of the highlights of this presentation is the room curated by Sandra Tretter (Klimt Foundation) devoted to Klimt’s Symbolist painting The Bride. The artist designed his last masterpiece on the basis of numerous drawings and studies, ranging stylistically between Jugendstil and Expressionism. The large-scale group of figures will be shown for the first time in the context of pertinent work drawings and the artist’s only extant sketchbook from 1917. This authentic document from the collection of the Klimt Foundation not only contains pencil sketches for lost Klimt paintings but illustrates in a unique manner the work process behind his unfinished painting The Bride, which was last documented for posterity by the artist’s favorite photographer Moriz Nähr within the intimate setting of Klimt’s Hietzing studio.

Bruxelles
Visite Art nouveau- Art Déco dans le parc de Saurupt
Dates:23/06/2018-23/06/2018

Art nouveau? Art Déco? Ce circuit dans le parc de Saurupt, avec ses magnifiques demeures, vous permettra de découvrir ces deux courants architecturaux et décoratifs qui sont encore très souvent confondus. Tarif : 10€ Tarif réduit : 5€ Gratuit pour les moins de 6 ans Pass famille (2 adultes + 2 enfants) : 25€ Sur réservation préalable obligatoire à l'office de tourisme de Nancy, place Stanislas

 
III coupDefouet International Congress
Dates:27/06/2018-30/06/2018

The Art Nouveau European Route brings together local governments and other institutions in the common quest for the protection, promotion and diffusion of Art Nouveau heritage. To fully explore and bring to light the value of Art Nouveau heritage, therefore, a Congress organised by the Art Nouveau European Route cannot limit its scope to the analyses and interpretation of the tangible heritage; it must go deeper into the reality of the communities that created it. In this third edition of the coupDefouet International Congress, the main thematic strand proposes to look into new perspectives on Art Nouveau heritage of cities by means of cinematographic language. Given the coincidence in the time of the birth of both, footage from this age is especially significant. Together with other later filmed material related to Art Nouveau, it may provide new insights into this artistic movement and a deeper knowledge of what has been preserved, as well as what was lost or forgotten. A second theme strand centres on the relationship of Art Nouveau works and artists with politics, and in particular with colonialism, while the third strand explores the importance of drug use and/or attitudes towards sex in Art Nouveau artists, and how this influenced their work. Finally, the section on research and doctoral theses in progress, in which presentations from both seasoned and young researchers are welcome, will complete the four thematic strands of the programme.

Bruxelles
Visite Art nouveau? Art Déco? avenue Anatole France
Dates:30/06/2018-30/06/2018

Portes sculptées ou agrémentées de vitraux, façades aux lignes courbes ou géométriques, l'avenue Anatole France mérite qu'on prenne le temps de la découvrir. Art nouveau? Art Déco? Le guide vous aidera à faire la différence entre ces deux courants architecturaux et décoratifs souvent confondus. Tarif : 10€ Tarif réduit : 5€ Gratuit pour les moins de 6 ans Pass famille (2 adultes + 2 enfants) : 25€ Rendez-vous à l'entrée du parc de Verlaine, avenue de Boufflers, Sur réservation préalable obligatoire à l'office de tourisme de Nancy, place Stanislas

SAN FRANSISCO
Truth and Beauty: The Pre-Raphaelites and the Old Masters
Dates:30/06/2018-30/09/2018

In 1848—a year of political revolution across Europe—seven young Englishmen formed an artistic alliance aspiring to rebel against the contemporary Victorian art world. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, including William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais, and Dante Gabriel Rossetti, defied idealized figures popularized by Raphael and other High Renaissance artists to reflect the simplicity, spirituality, and beauty they found in late medieval and early Renaissance art. Truth and Beauty: The Pre-Raphaelites and the Old Masters is the first major exhibition to juxtapose examples by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood with works that inspired its members, including Italian old masters Fra Angelico and Pietro Perugino and their Northern contemporaries Jan van Eyck and Hans Memling. It reveals how the Brotherhood’s aesthetic evolved over time to embrace artistic influences from the High and late Renaissance, such as Botticelli, Raphael, Titian, and Veronese. It also offers a rich multimedia opportunity to examine the artists’ attraction to stained glass, domestic decorations, and sixteenth-century textiles. Truth and Beauty: The Pre-Raphaelites and the Old Masters is the first major international loan exhibition to assemble works of art by members of England’s nineteenth-century Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood with the early Italian, Netherlandish, and German art that inspired them. Organized by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, this presentation will demonstrate the Pre-Raphaelites’ fascination with the Italian old masters, including Fra Angelico (ca. 1400–1455) and Pietro Perugino (ca. 1450­–1523), and their northern contemporaries such as Jan van Eyck (ca. 1390–1441) and Hans Memling (1430/1440–1494). Truth and Beauty will trace the Brotherhood through the nineteenth-century “rediscovery” of Sandro Botticelli (1444 or 1445–1510) by the English art critics John Ruskin (1819–1900) and Walter Pater (1839–1894), which paralleled the tempera-paint revival executed by the second-generation Pre-Raphaelites. The visual affinities between these works will create evocative juxtapositions that will also demonstrate the influence of High Renaissance painter Raphael (1483–1520) and artists of the late Renaissance, such as Titian (ca. 1488–1576) and Paolo Veronese (1528–1588), on the Pre-Raphaelites and select contemporaries. Their attraction to the art of the past was not limited to paintings, however, and the presentation will also feature stained glass and tapestries in emulation of Flemish and French textiles. The varied sources that informed the Pre-Raphaelite’s aesthetic vocabulary in dialogue with their own nineteenth-century creations will demonstrate the importance of the work that inspired the PRB and redefine more broadly the PRB’s style. These arrangements will highlight the nuanced paradoxes of the Pre-Raphaelite mission, namely, their efforts to be fundamentally modern by emulating the past, as well as their dichotomous criticism and veneration of Raphael and his artistic impact. Pre-Raphael: The Inspiration of Early Italian and Early Netherlandish Art The jewel-toned color palette of the Pre-Raphaelites emulated that of early Netherlandish artists, including Jan van Eyck (ca. 1390–1441) and Hans Memling (1430/1440–1494), whose panels Rossetti and Holman Hunt admired in Bruges on an 1849 “Pre-Raphaelite pilgrimage.” As students training at the Royal Academy, they also could study works from the national collection, which was housed in the same building. There they would have known a rare example from the early Flemish school on public view in London at that time, Van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait (1434, National Gallery, London). The Rediscovery of Botticelli and the Tempera Revival Pre-Raphaelite artists, including Holman Hunt, Millais, and second-generation Pre-Raphaelite Edward Burne-Jones (1833–1898), all traveled to Italy. Burne-Jones, known as the “English Quattrocentist,” made four visits and filled his sketchbooks with depictions of the works that impressed him, especially in Florence’s Uffizi Gallery. During his second trip, in 1862, he traveled with Ruskin, who, along with Pater, is credited with the “rediscovery” of Botticelli in the nineteenth century. On his third visit, in 1873, Burne-Jones spent time with the English artist John Roddam Spencer Stanhope (1829–1908), who owned a villa in the hills outside of Florence. Stanhope’s own works—including his masterpiece, Love and the Maiden (1877, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco)—reflect access to Botticelli’s paintings in the Uffizi Gallery. Such unmediated observations revealed subtleties that reproductions of the paintings of the time could not supply, and encouraged attempts by the Pre-Raphaelites to recover old master painting techniques. The Influence of Raphael and the “Post-Raphaelites” Although the Pre-Raphaelites’ initial style ostensibly rejected the idealized aesthetics of Raphael, his followers, and the Baroque artists, these parameters fluctuated over the course of each artist’s career. Paradoxically, the Pre-Raphaelites’ “Immortals” list also included Raphael himself along with select “Post-Raphaelites” such as Veronese and Tintoretto (1560–1635). Examples from Rossetti’s mature period are perhaps the most evocative examples of this development, and in paintings such as Monna Vanna (1866, Tate, London) and Veronica Veronese (1872, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington), the artist overtly emulated Raphael and Veronese, respectively. Given Rossetti’s early proclamations of disdain for the “Post-Raphaelite” aesthetic, these sumptuous paintings reveal a surprising shift in his appreciation for the Italian Renaissance, particularly sixteenth-century Venetian paintings. Decorative Arts: Tapestries, Stained Glass, and Ecclesiastic Decorations First- and second-generation Pre-Raphaelites collected works by the old masters and filled their homes with harmonious decorative arts. They lived among these objects and also designed “medievalized” merchandise, including lush tapestries with figures and flora that quote from Flemish and French precedents. This final section of the exhibition will suggest compelling connections between sixteenth-century and nineteenth-century textiles, punctuated by complementary stained glass and decorations, together creating a rich multimedia experience in Rosekrans Court.

SAN FRANSISCO
Truth and Beauty: The Pre-Raphaelites and the Old Masters
Dates:30/06/2018-30/09/2018

In 1848—a year of political revolution across Europe—seven young Englishmen formed an artistic alliance aspiring to rebel against the contemporary Victorian art world. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, including William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais, and Dante Gabriel Rossetti, defied idealized figures popularized by Raphael and other High Renaissance artists to reflect the simplicity, spirituality, and beauty they found in late medieval and early Renaissance art. Truth and Beauty: The Pre-Raphaelites and the Old Masters is the first major exhibition to juxtapose examples by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood with works that inspired its members, including Italian old masters Fra Angelico and Pietro Perugino and their northern contemporaries Jan van Eyck and Hans Memling. It reveals how the Brotherhood’s aesthetic evolved over time to embrace artistic influences from the High and late Renaissance, such as Botticelli, Raphael, Titian and Veronese. It also offers a rich multimedia opportunity to examine the artists’ attraction to stained glass, domestic decorations, and sixteenth-century textiles.

New York
Obsession : Nudes by Klimt, Schiele and Picasso
Dates:03/07/2018-07/10/2018

This exhibition at The Met Breuer will present a selection of some fifty works from The Met's Scofield Thayer Collection—a collection that is best known for paintings by artists of the school of Paris, and a brilliant group of erotic and evocative watercolors, drawings, and prints by Gustave Klimt, Egon Schiele, and Pablo Picasso, whose subjects, except for a handful, are nudes. The exhibition will be the first time these works have been shown together and will provide a focused look at this important collection; it also marks the centenary of the deaths of Klimt and Schiele. An aesthete and scion of a wealthy family, Scofield Thayer (1889–1982) was co-publisher and editor of the literary magazine the Dial from 1919 to 1926. In this avant-garde journal he introduced Americans to the writings of T. S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, D. H. Lawrence, Arthur Schnitzler, Thomas Mann, and Marcel Proust, among others. He frequently accompanied these writers' contributions with reproductions of modern art. Thayer assembled his large collection of some six hundred works—mostly works on paper—with staggering speed in London, Paris, Berlin, and Vienna between 1921 and 1923. While he was a patient of Sigmund Freud in Vienna, he acquired a large group of watercolors and drawings by Schiele and Klimt, artists who at that time were unknown in America. When a selection from his collection was shown at the Montross Gallery in New York in 1924—five years before the Museum of Modern Art opened—it won acclaim. It found no favor, however, in Thayer's native city, Worcester, Massachusetts, that same year when it was shown at the Worcester Art Museum. Incensed, Thayer drew up his will in 1925, leaving his collection to The Metropolitan Museum of Art. He withdrew from public life in the late 1920s and lived as a recluse on Martha's Vineyard and in Florida until his death in 1982. Accompanied by a catalogue.

Barcelona
Palau Güell : open doors
Dates:08/07/2018-08/07/2018

Special day of open doors on the occasion of the centenary of the death of Eusebi Güell

Barcelona
Inauguration of the exhibition "Eusebi Güell i Bacigalupi, patrician of the Renaixença. In the centenary of his death, 1918-2018 "
Dates:09/07/2018-09/07/2018

The exhibition draws a tour of the life and legacy of Eusebi Güell: the landowner; the industrial one; the politician; the lover of architecture, the arts, the sciences, the music and the literature; the humanist and the patron; the committed Catalan nationalist; the traveler and the entrepreneur; the dreamer and the realist; the observer and the altruistic ... the impatient researcher. It is a unique opportunity to discover Güell beyond the public figure. Curated by Raquel Lacuesta and Xavier González

Barcelona
Become an architect of Güell
Dates:15/07/2018-15/07/2018

Visit and workshop "Become an architect of Güell" : Families will work on the design process of the facades that follow the architect. Then they will try to explore their creativity and elaborate one by themselves

Bruxelles / Brussel
Beyond Klimt new horizons in central Europe, 1914-1938
Dates:23/09/2018-20/01/2019

The end of WWI and the Austro-Hungarian Empire also meant the revival of major developments in the art world. Political and economic shifts led to artistic migrations, new ideas and perspectives and new artistic networks sprang up all over the place. Artists met up in arts centres and international associations and used magazines to communicate across political borders. They believed their artistic identity was more important than their nationality. This exhibition is your chance to take a look at the Central European territories in full transition through the eyes of Gustav Klimt, Josef Capek, Egon Schiele, Oskar Kokoschka, László Moholy-Nagy and 75 other artists.

Barcelona
Do like Gaudi
Dates:23/09/2018-23/09/2018

Visit and Workshop for family : that will consist of working with recycled materials, as did Gaudí. Families will decorate the photographs using the technique of cyanotype and with pieces of clothing.

Bruxelles
Du Square Ambiorix au Cinquantenaire : Horta du début à la fin
Dates:30/09/2018-30/09/2018

C’est au square Ambiorix, véritable vivier d’architecture d’Art Nouveau, que l’on trouve des pépites signées Horta, moins connues du grand public et pourtant tout aussi raffinées. Comme l’incontournable et majestueux hôtel Van Eetvelde de l’avenue Pamertson. D’une simple envie de Mr Eetvelde d’agrandir sa propriété, le bâtiment fini par être pris à bras le corps par l’architecte. Avec une audacieuse façade à sa structure métallique apparente, une verrière interne créant un puit de lumière léché de courbes sensuelles, des espaces de vie modulables...Horta prend plaisir à innover. Non-loin de là, la maison du sculpteur Pierre Braecke. Tout en gardant la patte Horta si caractéristique, l’architecte y joue la carte de la sobriété. C’est également dans ce quartier, à deux pas du Cinquantenaire que l’on peut admirer l’une des premières réalisations de Victor Horta, un pavillon néo-classique ! De quoi surprendre et de s’interroger sur l’évolution artistique de cet architecte de génie. DATE : 30/09/18 Heure : 14h00 Prix : 8€ + 2.5€ entrée Pavillon des Passions Humaines Langue : FR Durée : 2h00 RDV : Hôtel van Eetvelde, Avenue Palmerston 4-6, 1000 Bruxelles

Barcelona
Eusebi Güell, patrician of the Renaixença - X Cicle of Conferences
Dates:01/10/2018-05/11/2018

The cycle will be deepened in the different aspects of Eusebi Güell i Bacigalupi as a significant personage of the Güell band, businessman and economist, politician, patron, as well as a consumer and client of Modernism. Coordinated by Raquel Lacuesta and Xavier González, curators of the exhibition, located in the space of the attic of the building since July 10. 1/10 "Origin of the Güell". Xavier González, journalist. 8/10 "Eusebi Güell, business economist". Martín Rodrigo Alharilla, professor of Contemporary History at Pompeu Fabra University. 15/10 "Eusebi Güell, politician". Rosa Toran and Cèlia Cañellas, doctors in History. 22/10 "Eusebi Güell, humanist and patron". Francesc Fontbona de Vallescar, doctor in Modern History. 29/10 "The Belle Époque of Eusebi Güell". Enrique Campuzano Ruiz, Doctor in History of Art. 5/11 "Eusebi Güell, client of Modernism". Raquel Lacuesta, Doctor in History of Art.

Edinburgh
Pin Ups | Toulouse-Lautrec and the Art of Celebrity
Dates:06/10/2018-20/01/2019

Pin-ups: Toulouse-Lautrec and the Art of Celebrity will be the first exhibition held at the National Galleries of Scotland devoted to the art of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901). Paris in the fin-de-siècle was known as the 'city of pleasure’; famed for its cabarets, dance halls and cafés. Most famous of all were the nightspots of the bohemian district of Montmartre, where Toulouse-Lautrec lived, worked and socialized, including the now legendary café-cabarets Le Moulin Rouge and Le Chat Noir. Pin-ups: Toulouse Lautrec and the Art of Celebrity will focus on Toulouse-Lautrec’s lithographic posters, portfolio prints and illustrations which made stars of Montmartre’s venues and their entertainers - personalities such as Yvette Guilbert, Jane Avril and Aristide Bruant. Toulouse-Lautrec’s career coincided with a revolutionary moment in the history of western printmaking - the development of the poster as a means of mass-marketing – and lithography and poster-making were central to his creative process from his first experiments in the medium in 1891 until his death in 1901.

With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union

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