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Bruxelles 1900 Art nouveau - ARAU
Dates:20/09/2014-20/09/2014
Cette visite en car constitue, depuis plus de 30 ans, l’offre phare de l’ARAU - www.arau.org. Elle permet de comprendre la place de l’Art nouveau à Bruxelles et l’originalité de ce mouvement qui bouleversa l’architecture et les arts décoratifs à la fin du 19e siècle. À travers la ville, le visiteur découvre les plus belles façades de l’Art nouveau dont certaines sont désormais inscrites au patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO. Cette visite est également l’occasion de pénétrer dans des intérieurs remarquables, parfois ouverts exceptionnellement : l’hôtel van Eetvelde, l’hôtel Winssinger, la maison Autrique ou les anciens magasins Waucquez (actuellement Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinée) de Victor Horta, l’hôtel Hannon de Jules Brunfaut ou encore l’école n°1 d’Henri Jacobs. Chaque visite inclut au moins deux de ces intérieurs. Ce tour est bilingue (FR/EN).
Brussels
Brussels 1900 Art nouveau - ARAU
Dates:13/09/2014-13/09/2014
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)
Bruxelles
Bruxelles 1900 Art nouveau - ARAU
Dates:13/09/2014-13/09/2014
Cette visite en car constitue, depuis plus de 30 ans, l’offre phare de l’ARAU - www.arau.org. Elle permet de comprendre la place de l’Art nouveau à Bruxelles et l’originalité de ce mouvement qui bouleversa l’architecture et les arts décoratifs à la fin du 19e siècle. À travers la ville, le visiteur découvre les plus belles façades de l’Art nouveau dont certaines sont désormais inscrites au patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO. Cette visite est également l’occasion de pénétrer dans des intérieurs remarquables, parfois ouverts exceptionnellement : l’hôtel van Eetvelde, l’hôtel Winssinger, la maison Autrique ou les anciens magasins Waucquez (actuellement Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinée) de Victor Horta, l’hôtel Hannon de Jules Brunfaut ou encore l’école n°1 d’Henri Jacobs. Chaque visite inclut au moins deux de ces intérieurs. Ce tour est bilingue (FR/EN).
Bruxelles
Les étangs d’Ixelles, de la maison bourgeoise à l’immeuble à appartements - ARAU
Dates:07/09/2014-07/09/2014
Au début du 20e siècle, le Bruxellois, très attaché à la maison individuelle, va progressivement se laisser convaincre par la vie en appartement. Cela entraînera de profondes mutations dans la ville, l’architecture et les modes d’habiter. Le quartier des étangs à Ixelles offre un panorama exceptionnel des plus belles réalisations de cette époque où se succèdent Art nouveau, Art Déco et Modernisme.
Bruxelles
Hôtel Solvay
Dates:06/09/2014-06/09/2014
Œuvre majeure de l’architecte Victor Horta, il fut édifié dès 1894 à la demande de l’industriel Armand Solvay. Exprimant le principe d’Art Total, l’architecte y combine avec succès matériaux d’exception et techniques de pointe. Patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO.
Bruxelles
Solvay House - Voir et Dire Bruxelles
Dates:06/09/2014-06/09/2014
This was Victor Horta’s largest private house, commissioned by the industrial magnate Armand Solvay. Construction began in 1894, and the architect expressed the principle of a “total work of art” by successfully combining top-quality materials with innovative techniques. UNESCO World Heritage.
Bruxelles
Hôtel Ciamberlani - Voir et Dire Bruxelles
Dates:06/09/2014-06/09/2014
Édifié en 1897 par l’architecte Paul Hankar, l’hôtel Ciamberlani, avec son spectaculaire sgraffite, a bénéficié d’une restauration exemplaire. Le déploiement du style géométrique s’exprime tant dans les espaces de réception que dans l’originalité des fenêtres inondant l’intérieur de lumière.
Bruxelles
Ciamberlani House - Voir et Dire Bruxelles
Dates:06/09/2014-06/09/2014
Completed in 1897 by the architect Paul Hankar, the Ciamberlani house and its spectacular facade sgraffiti have undergone an exemplary restoration. Hankar’s geometric Art Nouveau is expressed in the reception areas as much as in the design of the unusual windows which flood the interior with daylight.
Bruxelles
Hôtel Max Hallet - Voir & Dire Bruxelles
Dates:06/09/2014-06/09/2014
Chef-d’oeuvre de Victor Horta (1902-1905), ce bâtiment combinant pièces d’habitation et de réception offre des espaces lumineux où courbes et contre-courbes se reflètent harmonieusement dans de splendides verrières et vitraux.
Bruxelles
Max Hallet House - Voir & Dire Bruxelles
Dates:06/09/2014-06/09/2014
A masterpiece by Victor Horta built between 1902 and 1905, this house ombines living accommodation with huge, light-filled reception spaces where curves and counter-curves reflect each other harmoniously in splendid stained-glass skylights and windows.
Houston
Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392–1910
Dates:02/11/2014-11/01/2015
This sweeping panorama celebrates the artistic achievements of the Joseon dynasty, a line of 27 monarchs who ruled the Korean peninsula for more than 500 years and left a substantial legacy for modern Korea. Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392–1910 is the first full-scale American exhibition to be devoted to the dynasty’s art. Comprised of more than 150 works drawn primarily from the National Museum of Korea’s collection, Treasures from Korea offers a rare opportunity to see some of Korea’s artistic masterpieces, including a number designated as national treasures. The exhibition is organized around five key themes that illuminate the artistic accomplishments and dynamics of Korean cultural life under the world’s longest-ruling Confucian dynasty. The works on view demonstrate the breadth and scope of the fascinating art created during the Joseon dynasty. The objects range from the courtly arts of ceremonial screen painting and calligraphy to scenes that vividly depict life across the social classes. Also included are outstanding examples of Korean ceramics, ritual wares, metalwork, sculpture, lacquer, furniture, costumes, textiles, photographs, and illustrated books.
Los Angeles
Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910
Dates:29/06/2014-28/09/2014
Treasures of Korea presents more than 150 works from the time of the world's longest-ruling Confucian dynasty, lasting more than 500 years. On display are many Korean national treasures that have never before been shown in the United States. This comprehensive survey is organized around five key themes that together illuminate a period that continues to influence modern manners, norms and social attitudes: the role of the king and his royal court and their taste for simplicity, expressed in porcelain objects; the strict hierarchies that defined class and gender; the production of metal and ceramic ritual implements used in ancestral worship; various religions practiced during this time, and the late influence of western civilizations.
New Haven, Connecticut
“Of Green Leaf, Bird, and Flower”: Artists’ Books and the Natural World
Dates:15/05/2014-10/08/2014
This exhibition examines the intersections of artistic and scientific interest in the natural world from the sixteenth century to the present. Depictions of Britain’s countryside and its native plant and animal life will be explored through more than three hundred objects drawn primarily from the Center’s collections, ranging from centuries-old manuscripts to contemporary artists’ books. “Of Green Leaf, Bird, and Flower” highlights the scientific pursuits in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries that resulted in the collecting and cataloging of the natural world. Also investigated will be the aesthetically oriented activities of self-taught naturalists during the Victorian era, particularly those of women who collected and drew specimens of butterflies, ferns, grasses, feathers, seaweed, and shells, and assembled them into albums and commonplace books. On view will be examples of twentieth- and twenty-first-century artists’ books, including those of Eileen Hogan, Mandy Bonnell, Tracey Bush, John Dilnot, Sarah Morpeth, and Helen Douglas, that broaden the vision of the natural world to incorporate its interaction with consumer culture and with modern technologies. Works by these contemporary artists reveal a shared inspiration to record, interpret, and celebrate nature as in the work of their predecessors. The exhibition features traditional bound books, drawings, and prints, as well as a range of more experimental media incorporating cut paper, wood, stone, natural specimens, sound, video, and interactive multimedia. A number of key historic works will be on loan from the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Examples of early microscopes used by natural historians will also be displayed, on loan from the Lentz Collection at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History. “Of Green Leaf, Bird, and Flower”: Artists’ Books and the Natural World is being organized by the Center and curated by Elisabeth Fairman, Senior Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts. The accompanying book, published in association with Yale University Press, is being designed to evoke an early naturalist’s field guide.
New York
MOMA courses online: Modern Art, 1880–1945
Dates:11/06/2014-13/08/2014
In this class, you will discover the fascinating stories, key works, and iconic figures of modern art, from its origins in Post-Impressionism to the beginnings of the New York School. Moving chronologically through the Museum's collection, you will explore an array of renowned and provocative objects—from paintings that challenged the official Academy and revolutionized the conventions of representation to works that are completely abstract—by such artists as Paul Cézanne, Vincent van Gogh, Constantin Brancusi, Marcel Duchamp, Henri Matisse, and Pablo Picasso, among others. Classes combine brief art history lectures, readings, and video shot on location in MoMA’s galleries. Regular discussion activities with the instructor and other students occur throughout the 10-week term. Week 1: Van Gogh and Post-Impressionism Week 2: Klimt and Symbolism Week 3: Matisse and Fauvism Week 4: Kandinsky and Expressionism Week 5: Picasso and Cubism/Boccioni and Futurism Week 6: Modigliani and the School of Paris Week 7: Malevich, Mondrian, and Utopian Visions Week 8: Moholy-Nagy and the Bauhaus Week 9: Dada and Duchamp Week 10: Dalí and Surrealism Deborah A. Goldberg (PhD, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University) is on the faculty of the School of Visual Arts and lectures regularly for The Metropolitan Museum of Art and MoMA. She coedited and contributed to the book Alexander Archipenko Revisited: An International Perspective (2008). Larissa Bailiff (PhD, ABD, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University) is a specialist in 19th-century French art and social history. Formerly an associate educator at MoMA, she has taught graduate and undergraduate courses at both the Fashion Institute of Technology and the Pratt Institute.
Paris
Agathon Léonard Le geste Art nouveau
Dates:01/01/2050-01/01/2999
Cette première monographie consacrée au sculpteur Agathon Léonard (1841-1923) donne à redécouvrir un artiste de renom de l’époque Art nouveau. En 1900, durant l’Exposition universelle de Paris, Léonard connaît la gloire en présentant dans le pavillon de la manufacture nationale de Sèvres un surtout de table en biscuit réunissant quinze magnifiques danseuses : le Jeu de l’écharpe. Fort de ce succès, Léonard passe ensuite contrat avec Susse Frères, fondeur-éditeur à Paris, qui réalise ce chef-d’œuvre en bronze et en fait ainsi de superbes objets d’art, diffusés dans le monde entier. L’emblématique Jeu de l’écharpe figure au centre de cet ouvrage de référence, enrichi d’études qui embrassent la variété de l’œuvre du sculpteur. Exposition : Exposition présentée au musée d'Art et d'Industrie André-Diligent - La Piscine, Roubaix, du 11 mars au 9 juin 2003 et au Musée départemental de l'Oise, Beauvais, du 25 juin au 26 octobre 2003 Prix : 30.00 € Reliure : Broché avec rabats Pages : 128 Illustrations : 100 Format : 21 x 28 cm Langue(s) : Français

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