For five consecutive years the University of Granada and Melilla Monumental City Foundation organized this meeting of ten students and two teachers to study the Art Nouveau of Melilla.
This year's meeting will take place in the cities of Granada and Melilla.
Meeting: Melilla Art Nouveau Clasicista y Ecléctica
From 20.05.2013 to 25.05.2013
Granada and Melilla
Organised by University of Granada and Melilla Monumental City Foundation
Exhibition: Henry van de Velde in Jena: Paintings, Sculptures, Illustrations, Photographs and Documents
From 10.03.2013 to 26.05.2013
Organised by Städische Museen - Kunstsammlung Jena
Exhibition: Hokusai. Views of Mount Fuji and other landscapes
From 27.03.2013 to 09.06.2013
Organised by Musée d'Extrême-Orient. MRAH
Exhibition: Peter Behrens. From Jugendstil to Industrial Design
From 24.03.2013 to 16.06.2013
Organised by Kunsthalle Erfurt im Haus zum Roten Ochsen
Exhibition: Passion, Function and Beauty Henry van de Velde´s Contribution to European Modernism
From 24.03.2013 to 23.06.2013
Neues Museum Weimar
Organised by Klassik Stiftung Weimar and the Royal Museums of Art and History, Belgium
Exhibition: Clouds. Landscapes from Romanticism to the Present
From 22.03.2013 to 01.07.2013
Leopold Museum, Vienna
Organised by Leopold Museum
Exhibition: Sascha Schneider
From 30.05.2013 to 21.07.2013
Stadtmuseum Weimar, Kunsthalle "Harry Graf Kessler", Weimar
Organised by Stadtmuseum Weimar
Exhibition: Alphonse Mucha: An Insight into the Artist
From 01.06.2013 to 11.08.2013
Organised by Niigata Bandaijima Art Museum, Japan and Mucha Foundation
"Alphonse Mucha: An Insight into the Artist" is a major retrospective featuring over 240 works, including many that have never been shown in Japan before, alongside a wide range of oil paintings, studies, sketches, jewellery and posters from the Mucha family collection.
The exhibition will explore the artistic vision and ideals behind Mucha's works. Through his own words and works, visitors will gain an insight into his creative process, his ambitions and his achievements.
The exhibition will be organised in six sections representing important themes or phases in his career:
- Mucha the Czech
- Sarah Bernhardt & the Theatre World
- Le Style Mucha & Art Nouveau
- The Message of Beauty
- Paris 1900
- Visions for Humanity
Rare works such as a satin-silk edition of The Arts series, comprised of 4-colour lithographs: Dance, Painting, Poetry and Music will feature in the show.
This exhibition will be a great opportunity for all Mucha fans and art lovers to deepen their understanding of Mucha and his inner world.
Exhibition: Shaping Landscapes - Hölzel, Mediz, Moll amongst others
From 28.05.2013 to 08.09.2013
Upper Belvedere, Vienna
Organised by Österreichische Galerie Belvedere
Exhibition: "Japonism. Fascination for Japanese Art"
From 13.06.2013 to 15.09.2013
Organised by Obra Social Fundación "la Caixa"
Exhibition: Henry van de Velde and the Jugendstil in Bürgel
From 21.04.2013 to 22.09.2013
Organised by Das Keramik-Museum Bürgel
Meeting: Art Nouveau Architecture, Building Protection and Restoration Policies - Cases from Different European Cities
Helsinki City Hall, auditorium
Organised by Réseau Art Nouveau Network
The goal of this exchange day is to compare the legislations used in different European countries and possibly to see the evolution of legislations in Europe since the first multilateral exchange on the same topic (Brussels, December 2010). The interesting issue of the Art Nouveau heritage restoration will also be part of the topic of this day.
The informal meeting, practical and in a small group will allow a direct dialogue and a sharing of knowledge between interested co-organisers and professionals. A great space will be dedicated to practical presentations (for example PowerPoint Presentation, administrative files, city budgets dedicated to restoration of listed buildings, etc?), questions and debates.
The presentations on protection polities and financial supports can be done at the level of listed buildings in the city scale or can be a specific study case concerning one Art Nouveau listed building.
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Exhibition: A Shot of Rhythm and color: English Textile Design of the Late 19th Century
From 06.02.2013 to 13.10.2013
Organised by MAK-Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst/Gegenwartskunst
This exhibition presents a representative selection of English fabrics from the MAK Collection of Textiles and Carpets. These textiles were purchased in England for the museum and presented to the Viennese public while they were still new. Hence, Vienna´s artists and tradespeople got to know and took inspiration from these innovative, English-designed products even prior to 1900, as is shown prominently in the new Vienna 1900 exhibit of the MAK Permanent Collection. The best-known English designers of their era, figures including William Morris, Walter Crane and Charles F. A. Voysey, are represented in this showing by fabric and wallpaper designs characterized above all by generously dimensioned repeat patterns as well as patterns derived from plants and flowers.
Curator Barbara Karl, Curator, MAK Textiles and Carpets Collection
Exhibition: New technologies around the 1900
From 30.08.2013 to 29.10.2013
Sprudelhof, Bad Nauheim
Organised by Jugendstilverein Bad Nauheim