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Riga
Rīgas jūgendstila ēkas. Ceļvedis pa jūgendstila metropoles arhitektūru / Art Nouveau Buildings in Riga. A Guide to Architecture of Art Nouveau Metropolis
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
A bilingual edition published in Latvian and Englis. 408 pages, illustrations. 49 Euros.
Brussels
Riga : sur les traces de l'art nouveau à Riga : guide / Riga : pa Rigas jugendstila pedam : celvedis
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
Textes en letton et en français.- Publ. à l'occasion de l'exposition : "RIGA - Art Nouveau", organisée par le CIVA, du 28 mars au 2 mai 2003
Winter Park, Florida
Revival and Reform—Eclecticism in the 19th-Century Environment
Dates:21.10.2014-21.10.2015

The Arts window by J. & R. Lamb Studios is the centerpiece of this major new exhibition that illustrates the rich diversity of styles that made up the aesthetic environment of the late 19th century in both Europe and America. Lamb Studios, a prominent American glasshouse of the era, exhibited the 1894 neoclassical window widely. In preparation for its debut at the Morse, the window, more than eight feet in diameter, underwent extensive conservation. The installation features 20 additional leaded-glass windows and selections of art glass, pottery, and furniture, a number of which also have never been exhibited. Other windows on view—some avant-garde, others reviving the past—include examples by Tiffany Studios, John LaFarge, Frank Lloyd Wright, Edward Burne-Jones, Donald MacDonald, and Heaton, Butler & Bayne.

Bruxelles
Revers d'un chef-d'oeuvre ; La naissance du théâtre des Champs-Elysées 1910-1922
Dates:1.9.2050-1.1.2999
Sommaire: De l'Art nouveau au retour de l'ordre Naissance du projet: un musicien utopiste Un président homme d'affaires : le président - La Société du théâtre des Champs-Elysées - La concession des Champs-Elysées - Avantages et inconvénients de l'avenue Montaigne L'arrivée du sauveur: un architecte imaginatif Henry Van de Velde - Premiers contacts - La lune de miel Le directeur de l'exécution Une cohabitation difficile: MM Perret Frères Mise à l'écart de Van de Velde La poursuite des travaux L'inauguration et la chute L'ouverture du théâtre et la saison Astruc - Les échéances - L'activité théâtrale - L'agonie de la Société - L'accueil de la presse et du public - La Guerre Conclusion Annexe 1. Comité de patronage Annexe 2. Elements biographiques de quelques actionnaires Annexe 3. Liste des actionnaires possédant au moins dix actions de la Société immobilière du théâtre des Champs-Elysées au 21 mai 1921.
Bruxelles
René Lalique, correspondance d’un bijoutier Art nouveau, 1890-1908
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
What was René Lalique like in his daily life, he who was a sacred monster, a friend of Sarah Bernhardt's, the jeweller of the tzars ad of the Queen of England? A collection of letters helps give us an idea of the creator's exciting existence . They are dated between 1890 and 1908 – he was between 30 and 48 years old – and spend a good part of his existence traveling: to London (to see Garrard, the Crown's jeweller), to America (for the international exhibition at Saint-Louis in 1904), to Geneva, to Saint-Petersburg (we are treated to an amusing story of an ad venture at the customs, since the over-orderly Lalique had forgotten his passport). Young Alice – his second wife - regretted his absence. She champed at teh bit in Paris, tried to get distracted in Saint-Amand-les-Eaux, wondered if she would dare ride a bicycle. One can feel the drama before it arrives: worn out by depression, she committed suicide in 1909. We also discover all his artistic friendships, long term ones or for specific projects: Oriental artist Jean-Léon Gérôme, young Gallé or writer Jule s Claretie who ordered an ink well "with lots of ink"…
Bruxelles
Rene Binet: From Nature to Form
Dates:1.9.2050-1.1.2999
This book reproduces the plates of Rene Binet's 1902 "Esquisses decoratives" for the first time since its original publication. Two illustrated introductory essays by Dr Robert Proctor (Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow School of Art) and Professor Olaf Breidbach (Haeckel Haus Museum, University of Jena) discuss Binet's interest in the biology, art and philosophy of Ernst Haeckel, and situate his work alongside French architecture and decorative arts at the turn of the century. It presents new research on this exceptional but little-known architect in an accessible way, and is beautifully illustrated throughout. The book is also available in German with the title "Rene Binet: Natur und Kunst".
 
Rene Binet Art Nouveau Industrial and Architectural Designs - ebook
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
his first volume is dedicated to the 60 sketches of his industrial and architectural designs as found in the Esquisses décoratives. The sketches include a shelter, clips, rings, wardrobe, balcony, bench, jewelry, frame trim, electric buttons, decorative bricks, tiling, ceramic, capitals, keys, gates (wood and grilled), nails, corbels, towers, country decorations, industrial signs, finials, stairway, printed fabrics, ridgepole decorations, wrought iron, ironworks, fountain, frieze, weather vanes, door-knockers, lead inlay, gardens, lanters, chandeliers, showcases, stores, marquetry, embossed metal, mosaic, wallpaper, mast bases, hinges, ceilings, door plates, stencil, porch, door, rinceau, rosettes, sgraffito, seats, pedestals, carpet, needlepoint tapestry, trellis, tympanum, stained glass and arches and arcs. René Binet was born in Chaumont, Yonne [Burgundy region] on the 14th of October, 1866 to Savinien Joseph Binet, a railway tracklayer and Marie Grosset, a housekeeper. He attended the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA), from 1886 until about 1892, and was a student of Victor Laloux. Binet was an architect, decorator, and painter. Perhaps his most culturally significant contribution was his design of the main entry for the Paris Exhibition of 1900, a commission that he won. He is considered an artist of La Belle Epoque, executing his designs in the style of Art Nouveau. Two Paris addresses are associated with the artist: 6 rue de l’Abbaye and 33 rue Bonaparte. According to the Musée d’Orsay, René Binet “discovered Italy after winning, in 1893, the Chaudesaigues prize, which enabled young architects to spend two years there”. Along with Italy, Binet also traveled to Sicily, Algeria and Spain. The museum also attributes these trips to his interest in watercolor painting. According to the museum, he traveled frequently which provided him some relief from his rheumatism. In 1903, an exhibition, at the Galerie Paul Durand-Ruel in Paris, featured his watercolor paintings. His work was also greatly influenced by the research and illustrations of Ernst Haeckel. Gustave Geffroy, in his forward to Esquisses décoratives, notes that Binet viewed the Clathrocanium reginae as the most beautiful and a perfect representation of the richness and logic of the Radiolaria family. Geffroy also points out that it is the Clathrocanium reginae that inspired the design of the Porte Monumentale [main entrance] of the Exposition Universelle of 1900. You can see illustrations of these geometric and microscopic sea creature skeletons in the next volume of Binet’s works or in the separate edition of Haeckel’s works from delsc. Binet died in 1911 in Ouchy, Switzerland. A second volume includes some of architectural projects such as the Porte Monumentale for the Exposition Universelle of 1900, the Printemps department store and his many watercolor paintings from Versailles and the Trianons.
 
Rene Binet Art Nouveau Architecture and Versailles Watercolors
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
This second volume includes some architectural projects such as the Porte Monumentale for the Exposition Universelle of 1900 and the Printemps department store. Also included are his watercolor paintings from "Versailles and the Trianons". See the first volume for a portfolio of his industrial and architectural designs. René Binet was born in Chaumont, Yonne [Burgundy region] on the 14th of October, 1866 to Savinien Joseph Binet, a railway tracklayer and Marie Grosset, a housekeeper. He attended the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA), from 1886 until about 1892, and was a student of Victor Laloux. Binet was an architect, decorator, and painter. Perhaps his most culturally significant contribution was his design of the main entry for the Paris Exhibition of 1900, a commission that he won. He is considered an artist of La Belle Epoque, executing his designs in the style of Art Nouveau. Two Paris addresses are associated with the artist: 6 rue de l’Abbaye and 33 rue Bonaparte. According to the Musée d’Orsay, René Binet “discovered Italy after winning, in 1893, the Chaudesaigues prize, which enabled young architects to spend two years there”. Along with Italy, Binet also traveled to Sicily, Algeria and Spain. The museum also attributes these trips to his interest in watercolor painting. According to the museum, he traveled frequently which provided him some relief from his rheumatism. In 1903, an exhibition, at the Galerie Paul Durand-Ruel in Paris, featured his watercolor paintings. His work was also greatly influenced by the research and illustrations of Ernst Haeckel. Gustave Geffroy, in his forward to Esquisses décoratives, notes that Binet viewed the Clathrocanium reginae as the most beautiful and a perfect representation of the richness and logic of the Radiolaria family. Geffroy also points out that it is the Clathrocanium reginae that inspired the design of the Porte Monumentale [main entrance] of the Exposition Universelle of 1900. You can see illustrations of these geometric and microscopic sea creature skeletons in the upcoming pages and also in the separate editions of Haeckel’s works from delsc. Binet died in 1911 in Ouchy, Switzerland.
Barcelona
Release of the 22th issue of the coupDefouet magazine
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
CoupDefouet is published by the Urban Landscape Institute of the Barcelona City Council, which has the common commitment to find useful and efficient mechanisms for the protection and promotion of Europe's Art Nouveau heritage. This new release is especially interesting as it highlights the travelling exhibition “The Nature of Art Nouveau” organised by the RANN, which is actually simultaneously presented in Nancy (until 13. April 2014) and Helsinki (until 16 February 2014), with an article of the curator of the exhibition, Teresa M. Sala.
Barcelona
Release of the 19th issue of the coupDefouet magazine, Barcelona
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
CoupDefouet is published by the Urban Landscape Institute of the Barcelona City Council, which has the common commitment to find useful and efficient mechanisms for the protection and promotion of Europe's Art Nouveau heritage.
Andenne- Belgique
Rapports fusionnels. Etain & céramique
Dates:18.4.2014-9.11.2014
L’étain est un métal. Mais quel rapport avec la céramique nous direz-vous ? Le Musée de la céramique d’Andenne vous propose de le découvrir ! L’histoire commence en Perse lorsque des chimistes décident vers le 9ème siècle d’intégrer de l’étain à la couche protectrice qui recouvre la terre cuite. Cette couverte, l’émail, conférait aux objets blancheur, imperméabilité et hygiène. Elle devenait ainsi un espace privilégié de décoration. C’est une petite révolution qui aura une résonnance énorme en Europe ! Le Musée de la céramique d’Andenne retrace pour vous cette (r)évolution historique, esthétique et technique dans un voyage qui vous mènera du Proche-Orient à Andenne en passant par l’Espagne du 15ème siècle, l’Italie du 16ème siècle et encore la France, les Pays-Bas, l’Allemagne … Des œuvres régionales anciennes et contemporaines sont présentées pour mettre en perspective les particularités de villes comme Andenne et ses voisines, avec les potstainiers hutois, et le travail de nos artistes. Les Etains de Virginie, avec la complicité de Sonia Pignolet et de Monique Detry, toutes deux céramistes, et de Antonio Lapone, illustrateur de bande dessinée, ont accepté le défi de recréer aujourd’hui des décors en étain appliqués sur céramique, une méthode d’ornementation utilisée depuis le début du 20ème siècle avec l’Art nouveau. Des objets d’exception venant de grandes collections belges publiques et privées retracent cette utilisation de l’étain, un peu oubliée.
Bruxelles
Provenance, catalogue of the exhibition
Dates:1.2.2050-31.12.2099
Christian Witt-Dörring, Jean-Louis Gaillemin, 2006. Exhibition catalogue for "Provenance" at the Galerie Yves Macaux.
Bruxelles
Promenades Art Nouveau à Bruxelles
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
Bruxelles mérite sans conteste le titre de capitale de l'architecture Art nouveau. Entre l'hôtel Tassel, première maison Art nouveau construite par Victor Horta en 1893, et le palais Stoclet, chef-d'oeuvre de Joseph Hoffmann terminé peu avant le début de la Première Guerre mondiale, Bruxelles a vu s'ériger quelque 500 maisons ou façades Art nouveau actuellement cataloguées. Ce guide propose quatre circuits permettant de découvrir l'essentiel de ce patrimoine exceptionnel. Les trois premières promenades (le quartier Louise, les étangs d'Ixelles, le square Ambiorix et ses environs) peuvent se faire à pied en une demi-journée chacune. La quatrième promenade, couvrant plusieurs quartiers anciens, peut se faire en voiture ou être scindée en plusieurs visites à pied.
Bruxelles
Privat Livemont : entre tradition et modernité au coeur de l'Art Nouveau
Dates:1.9.2050-1.1.2999
Après des études à l'académie de dessin de Saint-Josse, aux côtés d'Adolphe Crespin, Paul Saintenoy et Léon Govaerts, Privat Livemont remporte une bourse qui lui permet d'approfondir sa formation de peintre-décorateur à Paris. Entre 1883 et 1889, il est associé à d'importants travaux, comme la décoration de l'hôtel de ville de Paris, l'inventaire dessiné du mobilier de la Comédie-Française ou encore les décors d'Hamlet pour l'opéra Garnier. Revenu à Schaerbeek, il fonde son studio de décoration et remporte par hasard, en 1890, le premier concours pour l'affiche annonçant l'exposition d'art du cercle artistique local. Gravant lui-même sur la pierre lithographique, il produit une quarantaine d'affiches qui rivalisent avec celles d'Alphonse Mucha, principalement entre 1896 et 1904, pour des firmes belges, hollandaises et parisiennes, qui sont exposées à Bruxelles, Paris, Londres, Saint-Pétersbourg, Haarlem, ... Parallèlement à ses activités d'affichiste, il réalise de grandes peintures décoratives, des panneaux de céramique ou des vitraux. Professeur de composition décorative et de peinture de fleurs à l'école industrielle de Schaerbeek, il réalise également de nombreux sgraffites sur des bâtiments bruxellois.
London
Pre-Raphaelite Drawing
Dates:1.1.2050-1.1.2999
The most comprehensive survey to date of the drawings, watercolours, prints and designs of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, providing a fresh and intimate picture of the most popular and enduring group in the history of British art The book is illustrated with the most important Pre-Raphaelite drawings from public and private collections around the UK, including striking works by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, John Everett Millais, William Holman Hunt and Edward Burne-Jones that have never before been exhibited or reproduced. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, a group of radical young artists who banded together in London in 1848, revolutionized British art. This book explores the vital role played by drawing and design, in all its variety, in the work of the Brotherhood and their associates. Alongside studies for paintings of religious, literary and medieval subjects are the group’s portraits, self-portraits and caricatures, often exchanged as gifts; meticulous depictions of nature by John Ruskin and his followers; captivating drawings of the iconic Pre-Raphaelite models Lizzie Siddal and Jane Morris; and original designs for stained glass, textiles and ceramics. Art historian Colin Cruise explores the emergence of the Brotherhood’s graphic style, their theories of naturalism, their radical promotion of new subjects, and their highly original use of watercolour as a drawing medium. He also demonstrates the impact that Pre-Raphaelite drawing had upon turn-of-the-century British art movements such as Aestheticism, Symbolism and Art Nouveau, and explores the role of drawing in the work of leading Arts and Crafts designers such as William Morris, William De Morgan and Florence Camm. 28.00 x 24.00 cm Paperback with flaps 248pp With 313 illustrations First published 2012

 

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