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Visits Modernisme on foot at the MMCAT in Barcelona – from 4 to 25 October 2014


Route to discover the Modernist Barcelona

Every Saturday of October from 10 to 12 am, will take place at different stages of the Eixample in Barcelona, a walk that will allow us to approach more details of Modernisme.

The activity revolves around four themes for each day: the beauty and virtuosity of colour windows of buildings; sgraffito with their striking designs decorating the façades of iconic houses; the singular world of iconic animal in an era rich in symbolism; and delicacy and craftsmanship presents in the Masriera’s elegant jewelry.

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Picture: Poster of the event, source: www.mmcat.cat

Exhibition Line and shape at the Leopold Museum in Vienna – from 23 May to 20 October 2014


100 Master Drawings from the Leopold Collection

The collection of the Leopold Museum Private Foundation comprises approximately 5.400 works. 3.400 of these are works on paper, predominantly watercolors and drawings. Already in 2010 the Leopold Museum showed a representative selection of the Leopold Collection’s best watercolors in the presentation »Hidden Treasures«. The present exhibition »Line and Shape« unites 100 eminent examples of masterful draftsmanship of the 19th and 20th centuries. The exhibition affords interesting insights into the abundant compilation of drawings acquired by Rudolf Leopold during his 40 years of collecting art and features works by some of the best draftsmen of the 20th century, including Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt and Alfred Kubin. The number and extraordinary quality of these works from the Leopold Collection is unrivalled by most other museums.

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Picture: Koloman Moser, Dancer (Design draft for a metal Relief), 1904 (c) Leopold Museum, Vienna, Inv. 1692

The Horta Museum in Brussels honoured: EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards - on 10 October 2014


An award ceremony will take place at the Horta Museum in Saint-Gilles, Brussels, on 10 October (17.30) to celebrate its success in the 2014 European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards. The museum received the prize for a 25-year conservation project led by architect Barbara Van der Wee (IP/14/283). The master plan, conceived in 1989, involved a complete renovation of the building.

Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth, will present the award to Charles Picqué, Mayor of Saint-Gilles and President of the Horta Museum, and its curator, Françoise Aubry. Europa Nostra will be represented at the ceremony by Denis de Kergorlay, Executive President, Sneška Quaedvlieg-Mihailović, Secretary General, and Jozef Van Waeyenberge, President of Europa Nostra Belgium.

Baron Victor Horta (1861-1947) was one of the pioneers and leading figures of art nouveau architecture in Europe. He designed his house and studio in Saint-Gilles in 1898, and lived and worked there for 20 years. The site is one of four Horta buildings in Brussels that are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The objective of the restoration was to return the house and studio to their original condition. The jury praised the conservation for its precision and attention to detail, as well as the synergy between the curator and the conservation architect: "They succeeded in making themselves unobtrusive enough to allow Victor Horta, so to speak, to undertake the restoration of his own home,” the jury stated.

The European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards is the most prestigious accolade in the sector. It covers four areas: conservation; research and digitisation; dedicated service; education, training and awareness-raising.
Source: European Commission


Picture: Horta Museum, source: Europa Nostra

3rd Creative Mackintosh Festival in Glasgow – from 1st to 31 October 2014 


Throughout October 2014, the third annual Creative Mackintosh festival celebrates the creative achievements of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Glasgow’s most famous architect, designer and artist.

October becomes ‘Mackintosh month’ as visitors and locals alike are invited to enjoy a programme of events with a focus on architecture, design, visual arts and crafts in the city where he lived and worked.

From Wednesday 1st to Friday 31st of October, over 30 different events and exhibitions will take place across the main Mackintosh attractions, buildings and collections in and around Glasgow.

From walks, workshops and exhibitions to performances and talks, events are designed for all ages, to appeal to those who know nothing about Mackintosh, as well as established aficionados.

The programme will feature a range of formats with free exhibitions and workshops, ticketed tours and sociable evenings with food and drink.

Discover the full programme

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Picture: Cover of the festival programme

Visits Mackintosh's journey from student to master architect at GSA - from 1 July to 30 September 2014


During the Summer, and after, discover Mackintosh's story at the GSA, from student to master architect, on an hour long tour with our award-winning guides.

Explore Mackintosh's inspiration, education and the relationships he formed at the School.

Uncover architectural gems in the local area and examine the exterior of Mackintosh's Masterwork, The Glasgow School of Art.

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Picture: A visit at the GSA, source: www.gsa.ac.uk

With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union

Responsible publisher: Arlette Verkruyssen, General Director,
Brussels Regional Public Service - Bruxelles Développement urbain (Brussels Urban Development),
CCN - Rue du Progrès 80, B. 1, 1035 Brussels - Belgium