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II coupDefouet International Congress: Breaking the Art Nouveau Glass Ceiling
Dates:25.6.2015-28.6.2015

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 second edition of the coupDefouet International Congress, we propose to shed new light on an aspect that has been studied very little, if at all: the important contribution of women artists to the development of Art Nouveau. In a nutshell: women as artists, women as creators, women as promoters and protagonists of Art Nouveau. Coupled with this ambition, we also wish to revisit the widely studied and interpreted representation of the female aesthetic and ideal in Art Nouveau, with new contributions on the matter.

A further strand will focus on little-known Art Nouveau cities, in which we expect to discover creative centres of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries that have not until now been widely publicised. A similar section on research in progress to the first congress, one in which we welcome presentations from both seasoned and young researchers, will complete the thematic strands of the programme.

 
Il Novecento di Matteo Focaccia Eclettico architetto tra Liberty e Razionalismo
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
Catalog / monograph published by End papers in conjunction with the exhibition held in Cervia at the Salt Storage facility from 20 June to 8 July 2013. The Scientific and Technical Committee is composed of: Vittorio Sgarbi, Ulisse Tramonti, Andrea Speziali, Renato Lombardi, Richard Gresta, Maria Cristina hid Sandri, Giorgio Grasso, Paul Fontanesi, George of Genoa, Paolo Focaccia, Focaccia Romeo, Fabio Focaccia Focaccia and Cecilia.   Greetings from the President of the Province of Ravenna Through a painstaking job search and thanks to the passion of a young student of Liberty as Andrea Speziali, emerges from the mists of the past, another great man of genius who with his projects has helped to beautify the urban areas of many cities, particularly to Cervia: the architect Matteo Focaccia. This catalog contains all the material (construction projects, photographs, postcards and tools of the architect) exhibited in the exhibition'' The twentieth century by Matteo Focaccia: Eclectic architect between Liberty and Rationalism.'' It was organized by Liberty Romagna, Associazione Casa delle Aie .... werewr, curated by Andrea Speziali in collaboration with Renato Lombardi and proposal to the attention of the visitors from 20 June to 8 July 2013 at the Salt Warehouses in Cervia. This catalog and exhibition were born by the desire to make a kind of census of all projects and work carried out by the Focaccia in order not to lose its memory. This has been possible thanks to the contribution of the heirs Focaccia and many anonymous people who, having read the articles written by Andrea Speziali in the newspaper La Voce di Romagna, Italy supported the project'' Liberty'' providing valuable information for the development and the preservation of the architectural heritage primonovecentesco Liberty in Italy. The laudable passion for research nourished by Andrea Speziali bodes well for further study in the future as part of the art Nouveau. Catalogo/monografia edito da Risguardi in concomitanza con la mostra allestita a Cervia presso i Magazzin del Sale dal 20 giugno all’8 luglio 2013. Il comitato tecnico-scientifico è composto da: Vittorio Sgarbi, Ulisse Tramonti, Andrea Speziali, Renato Lombardi, Riccardo Gresta, Maria Cristina Nascosi Sandri, Giorgio Grasso, Paolo Fontanesi, Giorgio di Genova, Paolo Focaccia, Romeo Focaccia, Fabio Focaccia e Cecilia Focaccia. Il saluto del Presidente della Provincia di Ravenna Attraverso un certosino lavoro di ricerca e grazie alla passione di un giovane studioso del Liberty come Andrea Speziali, riemerge dalle nebbie del passato un altro grande uomo d’ingegno che con i suoi progetti ha contribuito ad abbellire gli spazi urbani di molte città, in particolare quella di Cervia: l’architetto Matteo Focaccia. Questo catalogo racchiude tutto il materiale (progetti edilizi, fotografie, cartoline e strumenti di lavoro dell’architetto) esposto nella mostra ‘’Il Novecento di Matteo Focaccia: Eclettico architetto tra Liberty e Razionalismo’’. Essa è stata organizzata da Romagna Liberty, Associazione Casa delle Aie ….werewr, curata da Andrea Speziali con la collaborazione di Renato Lombardi e proposta all’attenzione dei visitatori dal 20 giugno all’8 luglio 2013 presso i Magazzini del Sale di Cervia. Il presente catalogo e la mostra sono nati dall’intento di fare una sorta di censimento di tutti i progetti e le opere realizzate dall’architetto Focaccia nell’intento di non disperderne la memoria. Ciò è stato possibile anche grazie al contribuito degli eredi Focaccia e di molte persone anonime, che avendo letto gli articoli scritti da Andrea Speziali sul quotidiano La Voce di Romagna, hanno sostenuto il progetto ‘’Italia Liberty’’ fornendo preziose informazioni per la valorizzazione e la salvaguardia del patrimonio edilizio primonovecentesco Liberty in Italia. La lodevole passione per la ricerca nutrita da Andrea Speziali fa ben sperare per ulteriori approfondimenti in futuro nell’ambito dell’arte Liberty. Prezzo di copertina 20,00€ Copyright © 2013 Edizioni Risguardi ISBN 978-88-97287-32-2 Progetto grafi co CartaCanta Soc. Coop. Finito di stampare nel mese di giugno 2013 presso Grafi che MDM S.r.l. – Forlì (Forlì) invia una mail a info@romagnaliberty.it per acquistare il volume
 
Il Novecento di Matteo Focaccia. Eclettico architetto tra Liberty e Razionalismo
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
Urbanism of Cervia and Milano Marittima stood out in the early twentieth century villas and cottages signed by an eclectic architect of the time: Cervia Matthew Focaccia. A character in the history of art and architecture, unfortunately forgotten, that deserves to be rediscovered. Bring to light these "famous" ghosts of the twentieth century can not but fascinate historians such as readers. The eclecticism is his predominant style and form of his art is well defined in the synthesis present in the title: "between liberty and rationalism." The catalog that accompanies the exhibition of the same name gives way to the reader to discover is a vast, diverse, articulated through projects and original sketches of the first of many prestigious hotels and villas Cervia after World War II until the '60s is in Cervia, both Ravenna in Romagna area. Nell'urbanistica di Cervia e Milano Marittima spiccavano nei primi del Novecento ville e villini firmati da un eclettico architetto dell'epoca: il cervese Matteo Focaccia. Un personaggio della storia dell'architettura e dell'arte, purtroppo dimenticato, che merita di essere riscoperto. Portare alla luce questi "illustri" fantasmi del Novecento non può che affascinare tanto gli storici quanto i lettori. L'eclettismo è il suo stile predominante e la forma della sua arte ben si definisce nella sintesi presente nel titolo: "tra liberty e razionalismo". Il catalogo che accompagna l'omonima mostra dà modo al lettore di riscoprire un'opera vasta, molteplice, articolata attraverso progetti e schizzi originali dei primi alberghi di prestigio e dei tanti villini cervesi dal secondo dopoguerra sino agli anni '60 sia a Cervia, sia a Ravenna in ambito romagnolo. 80 p. Formato: 21x28 € 17,00
 
Illustrations of Katsushika Hokusai - ebook
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
Selected illustrations of Katsushika Hokusai with a forward by Sir Charles John Holmes, former Director of the National Portrait Gallery and the sixth Director of the National Gallery, from his book Hokusai (1901). The prints include many from his Waterfalls series and Mount Fuji. Sketches and prints of birds, mice, flowers, snow scenes and beaches are also included.
Paris
Ilsee: Princesse de Tripoli
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
Illustré par Alphonse Mucha
Bruxelles
Imperishable Beauty - Art Nouveau Jewelry
Dates:1.9.2050-1.1.2999
Meandering, looping, flamboyant lines characterize our understanding of the style known as Art Nouveau. In Imperishable Beauty: Art Nouveau Jewelry that understanding is explored through the jewels of an American private collection. Art Nouveau emerged in France and Belgium to become an international style with local variations. Yvonne Markowitz presents an intelligent and thorough overview of the movement locating its common themes in the art of the Pre-Raphaelites, the theory of John Ruskin, the Symbolist movement and the arts in Japan. She discusses the similarities and differences in style and concludes with a section on materials and techniques. Part 2 looks at the iconography of Art Nouveau jewelryand how a series of motifs was repeated in the work of many jewelers. These symbols were designed to be read and understood by those with artistic taste and sensibility. Elyse Karlin interprets such works as the sexually charged and fantastically curved carnation by René Lalique.
Bruxelles
Impressions du Nord. La Peinture scandinave 1800-1915
Dates:1.9.2050-1.1.2999
Epuisé suite à l'immense succès de l'exposition Impressions du Nord. La Peinture Scandinave 1800-1915 (27 janvier - 22 mai 2005), l'ouvrage vient d'être réédité par la Fondation de l'Hermitage et les Editions 5 Continents à Milan. Cette publication contient plus de 130 illustrations couleur, reproduisant la totalité des oeuvres présentées lors de l'exposition. Elle est préfacée par Juliane Cosandier, directrice de la Fondation de l'Hermitage, avec des textes de William Hauptman, commissaire de l'exposition et de Petter Norgaard Larsen, conservateur au Statens Museum for Kunst de Copenhague. 176 pages, 24x29cm, relié. Prix: CHF 65. Le catalogue peut être commandé par téléphone au +41(0)21 320 50 01 ou sur www.fondation-hermitage.ch
London
Interior Design Since 1900
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
Every style of interior since 1900 is charted in this concise, wide-ranging and indispensable critical survey – from the Arts and Crafts movement to the present day, including discussions of Art Nouveau, Bauhaus, the Modern Movement and Art Deco through to Hi-Tech and green design. Interior design in the twentieth century saw many changes in direction, all documented here, with the emergence of professional ‘interior decoration’ and its evolution into interior design. Interiors, domestic and other, are explored and placed within their social, political, economic and cultural context. First published in 1990 as Interior Design of the 20th Century, this new and expanded edition is brought up to date with a chapter on sustainable design, focusing on public spaces such as hotels, offices, factories and shops. 21.00 x 15.00 cm Paperback 256pp 217 Illustrations, 72 in colour First published 2008
London
International Arts and Crafts
Dates:1.3.2050-31.12.2099
Karen Livingstone and Linda Parry, eds hardback, 287 x 247 mm - 368 pp - 300 col + 50 b/w isbn: 1 851774467 £ 40
 
ITALIAN LIBERTY. L’alba del Novecento
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
Il catalogo fotografico ”ITALIAN LIBERTY. L’alba del Novecento” contiene fotografie di alcuni concorrenti alla prima edizione del Concorso Fotografico Italian Liberty. Il contest è all’interno del progetto ITALIA LIBERTY, volto al censimento delle architetture Liberty in Italia. Il progetto si sviluppa con la collaborazione di enti, pubbliche amministrazioni, singoli cittadini interessati a sostenerlo assieme a Cultura Italia e il progetto europeo Partage Plus. Chiunque avesse informazioni, fotografie, cartoline, fonti su ville o altre tipologie di residenze storiche del fine ‘800 e primi ‘900 che si inseriscono nel periodo del Liberty, può contribuire al progetto, o meglio alla fase iniziale della ricerca. Grazie a questa iniziativa si può rivivere, assaporare, attraverso cartoline e foto d’epoca, il paesaggio urbano di fine ‘800 e primi ‘900. Le fotografie, i video dei gioielli architettonici Liberty possono mostrarci quanto sia cambiato lo stile nel corso degli anni. Sulla sezione ‘’gallery’’ nel sito www.italialiberty.it è possibile consultare ville e palazzi Liberty sottoforma di un censimento digitale. PER ACQUISTARE IL VOLUME: Corso Diaz, 64 47121 Forlì (FC) Tel. +39 0543 541081 • Fax 39 0543 038726 Presso la mostra ”LIBERTY. Unos tile per l’Italia moderna” ai musei San Domenico fino al 15 giugno a Forlì (www.mostraliberty.it) oppure alla mostra ”Romagna Liberty” a Riccione (www.romagnaliberty.it) The photographic catalog "ITALIAN LIBERTY. The dawn of the twentieth century "contains photographs of some competitors in the first edition of the Italian Liberty Photo Contest. The contest is within the project ITALY LIBERTY, face to the census of Liberty architecture in Italy. The project is developed in collaboration with institutions, governments, individuals interested in Italian culture along with support from the European project Partage Plus Anyone with information, photographs, postcards, sources of villas or other types of historic residences of the late '800 and '900 that fit into the period at the Liberty, can contribute to the project, or rather to the initial phase of the research. Through this initiative, you can relive, savor, through postcards and vintage photos, the urban landscape of the end of '800 and '900. The photographs, videos of the architectural jewels Liberty can show us how the style changed over the years. On the section'' gallery'' www.italialiberty.it the site you can see the villas and palaces Liberty in the form of a digital census. 21×28 cm – 160 pp 25 € www.facebook.com/andreaspeziali.italianliberty.risguardi
Bruxelles
J.W. Waterhouse (1849-1917), le pré-raphaélite moderne
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
L'exposition monographique présente l'ensemble de la carrière J.W. Waterhouse (1849-1917) et met en avant sa réceptivité aux courants artistiques de son époque depuis le culte de l'Antiquité jusqu'au spiritualisme mystique et l'impressionisme français. Particulièrement sensible aux passions intenses des récits mythologiques célébrés par Omer et Ovide, ses sujets sont également empruntés aux auteurs romantiques Keats, Shakespeare, Shelley et Tennyson. Ses oeuvres les plus représentatives Ophélie, Circé, Hylas et les nymphes, La belle dame sans merci et Écho et Narcisse, sont présentés.De nos jours, Waterhouse est souvent qualifié de "peintre préraphaélite moderne". Mais il était aussi un artiste de son temps, sensible au vent nouveau qui soufflait sur la scène artistique parisienne en cette seconde moitié du XIXe siècle. C'est ainsi que, tout en demeurant fidèle à ce monde des mythes et légendes, il se laissa également inspirer par la poésie et la musique, ainsi que par la facture plus libre et créative des impressionnistes français.
Paris cedex 07
Jacques Gruber et l'art nouveau. Un parcours décoratif
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
Jacques Gruber (1870-1936) appartient à la seconde génération des artistes de l'École de Nancy. Gallé, Majorelle, les frères Daum ou Prouvé sont déjà des acteurs connus de l'avant-garde artistique quand Jacques Gruber revient à Nancy en 1893, après ses études à l'École des beaux-arts de Paris. Entre 1893 et 1897, il collabore avec la manufacture Daum et crée des modèles de vases dans un répertoire figuratif historique ou mythologique. Avant de se consacrer de plus en plus au vitrail à partir de 1900, Gruber s'exprime dans des domaines très variés : affiches, menus et imprimés, peintures et pastels. Les projets réalisés avec René Wiener témoignent de son intérêt pour la reliure d'art. Sa participation à la création de la table La Source avec Louis Majorelle inaugure un travail sur les objets d'art et les pièces de mobilier. Avec un décor puisé au cœur de la nature, il propose des meubles privlélgiant un mouvement dynamique et ondulant. Dans les années 1904-1905, Gruber collabore avec la manufacture de Rambervillers pour des modèles de pièces de forme et de céramique architecturale en grès. Pieds de lampe, vases, cache-pots et porte-parapluies montrent la science des formes inspirées par les plantes. Mais c'est bien en tant que maître verrier, spécialisé dans le vitrail, que Jacques Gruber connaît une véritable reconnaissance critique. Ses vitraux illustrent sa prédilection pour le répertoire végétal, mais également la recherche de composition savante et la maîtrise de techniques sophistiquées, atteinte grâce à la superposition de verres d'une grande variété (à relief, colorés, gravés, iridescents...). De 1893 à 1914, Jacques Gruber s'attache à expérimenter divers domaines de création et met au point son propre vocabulaire artistique, marqué par «la science analytique du dessin, le sentiment de la composition décorative comme synthèse et l'appropriation des matériaux à leur exécution». Coédition Gallimard/Musée de l'École de Nancy 238 pages, 239 ill., 190 x 280 mm Achevé d'imprimer : 01-08-2011
Bruxelles
Jane Atché (1872-1937)
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
Première biographie de cette artiste Art nouveau méconnue, disponible depuis novembre 2009, qui compte 160 pages et de nombreuses illustrations. On trouvera en fin d'ouvrage la liste exhaustive de l'exposition du musée Rabastens (d'octobre 2008 au printemps 2009). Préface d'Alain Weill, ancien directeur du Musée de l'affiche à Paris
 
Japonisme
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
L'art du Japon ; l'histoire, les manifestations et les influences de cet art sur l'art occidental
London
Japonisme - The Japanese Influence on Western Art Since1858
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
The impact of Japan on Western art was as immediate and almost as cataclysmic as the influence of the West on Japanese life. After Commodore Perry opened Japan’s door to the outside world in 1858, a wealth of visual information from the superb Japanese traditions of ceramics, metalwork, architecture, print-making and painting reached the West and brought with it electrifying new ideas of composition, colour and design. One has only to see a celebrated painting by Monet, Degas or Van Gogh, a print by Lautrec or Vallotton, an Art Nouveau glass vase or a lacquered hair comb side by side with its Japanese source to see how these ideas have inspired European artists. Japanese conventions of symbolism underlie the use of decorative motifs in European Symbolism and Art Nouveau, and the Zen idea of spontaneity is the ultimate source of both the apparently capricious shapes of Art Nouveau ware and the development of an abstract ‘calligraphy’ in Abstract Expressionism. 30.00 x 26.40 cm Paperback with flaps 432pp 1105 Illustrations, 243 in colour First published 1999

 

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