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Exhibitions related to Art Nouveau, Jugendstil, Arts & Crafts, Modernism and Stile Liberty

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October 13 2013 - January 26 2014 Museum für Angewandte Kunst
Greizer Straße 37, 07545 Gera
Gera
GERMANY

Jugendstil in Gera

March 17 2013 - November 03 2013 Haus Schulenburg Gera - Van de Velde Museum
Straße des Friedens 120, 07548 Gera
Gera
GERMANY

Henry van de Velde und das Haus Schulenburg. Baugeschichte and Rekonstruktion

May 25 2013 - September 22 2013 Keramik-Museum Bürgel
Am Kirchplatz 2, 07616 Bürgel
07616 Bürgel
GERMANY

Henry van de Velde and the Jugendstil in Bürgel

June 23 2013 - August 18 2013 Kunsthaus Apolda Avantgarde
Bahnhofstrasse 42, 99510 Apolda
99510 Apolda
GERMANY

Kurt Herrmann

March 10 2013 - May 26 2013 Städische Museen - Kunstsammlung Jena
Markt 7, 07743 Jena
Jena
GERMANY

Henry Van de Velde in Jena : Gemälde, Plastiken, Zeichnungen, Fotos und Documente

January 13 2013 - April 01 2013 Kunsthaus Apolda Avantgarde
Bahnhofstrasse 42, 99510 Apolda
99510 Apolda
GERMANY

Max Ackermann

May 25 2012 - October 14 2012 Österreichisches Museum für Volkskunde
Laudongasse 16-19, 1080 Wien
Wien
AUSTRIA

Objects in Focus: the Emilie Flöge Fabric Sample Collection

The Austrian Folklore Museum was able to acquire 350 of these objects in 1998 from the Flöge estate. These will go on show to the public for the first time from May to October 2012 and will be presented against the backdrop of the discovery and invention of folk art around 1900. Comparative non-textile exhibits will help to present the fabrics in their wider historical context.

May 16 2012 - September 16 2012 Wien Museum / Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien
Karlplatz 4, 1040 Wien
Wien
AUSTRIA

Klimt. The Wien Museum Collection

The Wien Museum owns an exceptional Klimt collection, which will go on public display in its entirety for the first time. A number of paintings will be on show alongside 400 sketches, posters and printed materials, including the most important work of art in the Wien Museum, the "Portrait of Emilie Flöge", which was completed in 1902. The work is one of Klimt's most famous paintings and the first portrait of a female subject to feature ornamental detailing in the foreground.

July 06 2012 - September 02 2012 Künstler Haus
Karlsplatz 5, 1010 Wien
Wien
AUSTRIA

Gustav Klimt and the Künstlerhaus

This exhibition uses documents, letters and photographs from the Künstlerhaus archive to explain many of the artistic and biographical milestones in the work of Gustav Klimt.

June 24 2011 - August 26 2012 Iparmuveszeti Muzeum
IX. Ülloi út 33-37
Budapest
HUNGARY

Women, Hand wowen Rugs, Home Industry

The exhibition in the Museum of Ethnography in Budapest presents hand-woven wool rugs made in 19th century peasant households together with applied art objects produced by the turn-of-the-century home industry workshops of the country. In some peasant communities woven wool rugs were major items in a woman’s trousseau, they played a part in the important occasions in human life. In the last decades of the 19th century, together with other creations of folk art, scholars and politicians became aware of woven rugs, discovering their aesthetic value and also seeing in them the possibility for integrating peasant work and women’s work, thus helping women to rise out of poverty. Amongst the newly created home-industry workshops, especially those in Torontál County (today part of Vojvodina, Serbia) played an important role the history of Hungarian applied arts, producing rugs and tapestries based on local “archaic” patterns, as well as on the designs of major art nouveau designers. (Pál Horti, János Vaszary).

March 21 2012 - July 15 2012 Osterrischisches Museum für Angewandte Kunst (MAK)
Stubenring 5, A-1010 Vienna
Wien
AUSTRIA
Tel : (+43-1) 711 36-0

Gustav Klimt: Expectation and Fulfillment. Designs for the Mosaic Frieze at Stoclet Palace
Tue-Sun : 10:00-18:00

The entire Stoclet Palace in Brussels is considered a work of Art Nouveau and was designed largely by Josef Hoffmann and Gustav Klimt. Klimt's nine design drawings for the mosaic with the familiar themes of "Expectation", "Fulfillment" and the "Tree of Life" were created in 1910/11. After several years of restoration work, they are now on display at the MAK. The exhibition focus on documents he wrote about while he was working on the frieze and what can be seen in the frieze

February 24 2012 - June 11 2012 Leopoldmuseum
Museumsplatz 1 im MuseumQuartier, 1070 Wien
Wien
AUSTRIA
Tel : +43 1 52570-0

Gustav Klimt : a (time) journey
10:00-18:00 except Thu 10:00-21:00

On the occasion of the Klimt-year 2012 the Leopold Museum takes the postcards and correspondences to the centre stage of an exhibition for the very first time and focuses mainly on Klimt’s journeys.

March 14 2012 - June 10 2012 Albertina
Augustinerstrabe 1
Wien
AUSTRIA
Tel : +43 1 53 48 323
Fax : +43 1 53 37 697

Klimt drawings

Comprehensive collection of 170 drawings by Klimt. This special anniversary exhibition also draws on world-class loan exhibits taken from Austrian and international collections. Preparation works for his paintings are seldom put on display, but they give a rare and far-reaching insight into the working practices and creative universe of the artist, who almost never commented on his own work

February 14 2012 - May 06 2012 Kunsthistorisches Museum
Maria-Theresien-Platz, 1010 Wien
Wien
AUSTRIA

Gustav Klimt at the Kunsthistorisches Museum
Tue-Sun : 10:00-18:00

October 25 2011 - March 04 2012 Unteres belvederes
Rennweg 6, 1030 Wien
Wien
AUSTRIA

Gustav Klimt - Josef Hoffmann
10:00-18:00, Wed : 10:00-21:00

This exhibition introduces the Klimt Year 2012. The painter Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) and the architect and product and interior designer Josef Hoffmann shared a common vision of an art that was meant to touch all spheres of life. Over two decades, they were joined in their artistic and social activities, even if the intensity of their collaboration varied. They frequented the same circles, worked for the same clientele, and were both leading personalities in Vienna’s newly emerging art scene. Catalogue in English and German

November 10 2011 - February 05 2012 Museum Villa Stuck
Prinzregentenstrasse 60, 81675 München
München
GERMANY
Tel : +89 49 455 55 10
Fax : +89 49 455 55 124

Jules Chéret (1836 - 1932) Painter of the Belle Epoque and Pionieer of placard art
Tue-Sun 10:00-18:00

September 16 2011 - January 22 2012 Galeries Poirel
3, rue Victor Poirel, 54000 Nancy
54000 Nancy
FRANCE
Tel : +33 (0)3 83 32 31 25
Fax : +33 (0)3 83 32 90 25

Jacques Gruber and Art Nouveau: : A Decorative Path

Jacques Gruber is my favourite stain glass artist. This exceptional exhibition will display nearly 200 items : drawings, paintings, decorative items, posters and stained glass. Of course his stain glass work will be at the heart of the show. The museum of the school of Nancy who organises this exhibition has restored for this special occasion never shown stain glasses coming from its reserve.

September 23 2011 - January 15 2012 Helsinki Art Museum
Salomonkatu 15, 00100 Helsinki
Helsinki
FINLAND

Akseli Gallen-Kallela - European Master

Akseli Gallen-Kallela is one of the most well known Finnish Art Nouveau artist. This exhibition is organised by the Helsinki Art Museum, the Musée d’Orsay in Paris and the Museum Kunstpalast in Düsseldorf.

September 22 2011 - January 09 2012 Leopoldmuseum
Museumsplatz 1 im MuseumQuartier, 1070 Wien
Wien
AUSTRIA
Tel : +43 1 52570-0

Egon Schiele: Melancholy and Provocation
10:00-18:00 except Thu 10:00-21:00

The major exhibition Egon Schiele: Melancholy and Provocation introduce to the public a pioneering re-presentation of the Leopold Collection’s masterpieces by Egon Schiele.

October 02 2011 - January 08 2012 Museum Kunstlerkolonie
Alexandra weg, Mathilehöhe
Darmstadt
GERMANY
Tel : (+49) 61 51 13 27 78
Fax : (+49) 61 51 4 13 29

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner als Architekt
Tue, Thu, Fri: 10:00-18:00 Wed: 10:00-20:00 Sat: 10:00-24:00

Before becoming a world famous expresionnist painter and sculptor, EL Kirchner studied architecture in Dresde and Munich at the time of Art Nouveau.

October 08 2011 - January 08 2012 Hunterian Art Gallery
82 Hillhead Street, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, G12 8QQ
Glasgow
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel : +44 (0) 141 330 5431
Fax : +44 (0) 141 330 3618

The Art of the Poster

In the late 19th century many artists exploited new printing techniques to create striking poster designs. This display features innovative work by Mackintosh, the Macdonald sisters, Toulouse-Lautrec, Alphonse Mucha and Jules Cheret. The display has been made possible with support from Museums Galleries Scotland.

April 08 2011 - December 31 2011 Maison Autrique
266, chaussée de Haeght, BRUXELLES
1000 Bruxelles / Brussels
BELGIUM

Victor Horta : A lost world
Wed-Sun 12:00-18:00

This exhibition is about lost or project works of Horta : La Maison du Peuple (People's House) demolished in 1965, sketches for Anna Boch, Innovation Department store (destroyed by fire in 1967), the Wolfers stores (largely modified), the project of Congo pavilion for 1900 world fair in Paris and Aubecq residence (demolished)

April 08 2011 - December 22 2011 Fondation Gerda and Salomon Wuorio
Hvitträsk
FINLAND

Suur-Merijoki manor as a total work of art

Exhibition presents Suur-Merijoki manor, that was built 1901-1904 in the Rural Commune of Viipuri on the Karelian Isthmus, which at the time of construction belonged to the autonomous Grand Duchy of Finland in the Russian Empire. Designed by the architects Herman Gesellius (1874-1916), Armas Lindgren (1874-1929) and Eliel Saarinen (1873-1950), the main building of Suur-Merijoki Manor is the best-known and most complete total work of art in the history of Finnish architecture. The collaboration of these Finnish architects still at the beginning of their careers with their client, the businessman Maximilian Othmar Neuscheller of St. Petersburg, was an opportunity for realizing even their wildest plans. Suur-Merijoki Manor was intended for the leisure use of a family with seven children. On display are beautiful original furniture and sculptures from Suur-Merijoki manor. Manor and its' planning is presented by colorful watercolor washes by Gesellius, Lindgren and Saarinen. Maximilian Othmar Neuscheller himself photographed his leisure house and on display are also color photographs taken by Neuscheller during 1910's.

September 15 2011 - December 21 2011 Muzej Grada Rijeke
Muzejski trg 1/1, 51000 Rijeka
Rijeka
CROATIA

Emilio Ambrosini - architectural creations in Rijeka and Opatija 1884 - 1912

The exhibition and monograph will be presented to the entire creation of the famous Art Nouveau architect's most important in Rijeka in the period from his arrival in the city on Rječini in 1888 until his death in 1912. After his studies in Graz Ambrosini was created in the spirit of the Central High Historicism. Because of the politicized public criticism, client requests, and perhaps nostalgia for the style that marked his schooling until the end of his career kept historicist design of facades and articulation of the interior, while also monitoring and artistic events in Vienna. From there the beginning of the 20th century began arriving impulses of modern scientific urban planning which have led to the design of facilities encompassing Art Nouveau features (houses Schittar, Fabich etc.). Given that the secession of us realized mainly through the facades of plastic invaluable to us the importance of Ambrosini facade decorated with geometric and figurative decoration of classical refinement. Rampant market laws forced him to return to the past succession of styles, but even in these works shows his mature conception of architecture. The exhibition will be issued and monographs Emilio Ambrosini in Croatian and Italian.


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