ART NOUVEAU & ECOLOGY / NEWSLETTER 2014

Dear Art Nouveau Lovers,
The summer holidays come to an end little by little… to give way to an autumn full of Art Nouveau events! Members of the Réseau Art Nouveau Network will meet on 5 September in Riga on the occasion of the last Historical lab of the European project “Art Nouveau & Ecology”, open to everyone, on the theme of Consistency of inner and outer spaces in European Art Nouveau architecture on 5 September. Do not forget to register before 20 August to join us there! After Terrassa (Spain), the exhibition The Nature of Art Nouveau will join our member city Bad Nauheim (Germany) to be presented there from 12 September until 26 October 2014 at the Galerie in der Trinkkuranlage.
Barcelona will also host its double at the Design Museum from the beginning of October 2014 (date to be confirmed) until 6 January 2015!
The exhibition entrance and catalogue are free in all the venues, as well as the activity book for children especially designed to guide them during their visit! Colloquium, exhibitions, festival, conferences, heritage days, organised visits, publications… Occasions will not be missing these next weeks to discover (again) Art Nouveau in every corner of Europe!
Art nouveau newsletter: www.artnouveau-net.eu

Share this post

News from the field

SAH IDEAS Research Fellowships

The Society of Architectural Historians is pleased to announce a new fellowship and mentoring opportunity for emerging scholars anywhere in the world who self-identify as members of groups historically marginalized by SAH and the academy at large. The SAH IDEAS...

Co-opolis: The Collective Production of the City

As urbanization intensifies all over the world, so do contestations over how city space is produced.Citizens, politicians, urban designers and architects become increasingly aware of the fact that the city can no longer be solely developed as the playing field of...

Architectural Dynasties Talk Series and Journal

The Victorian Society is planning to publish a new issue of its journal Studies in Victorian Architecture and Design on architectural dynasties. This is a call for papers for those working on dynastic or hereditary issues in architectural history that either belong to...