A Summer of Constant

Constant. Ruimte + kleur

Constant. Ruimte + kleur

Constant. Ruimte + kleur

Constant. Ruimte + kleur

Constant. Ruimte + kleur

Constant. Ruimte + kleur

Constant. Ruimte + kleur

Constant. Ruimte + kleur
Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur
Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur
Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur
Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur
Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur
Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur
Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur

Constant. Ruimte + kleur

Constant. Ruimte + kleur Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur
Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant. Ruimte + kleur
Photo: Tom Haartsen

Constant - New Babylon Photo: Gemeentemuseum

Constant - New Babylon
Photo: Gemeentemuseum

Constant - New Babylon Photo: Gemeentemuseum

Constant - New Babylon
Photo: Gemeentemuseum

Constant - New Babylon Photo: Gemeentemuseum

Constant - New Babylon
Photo: Gemeentemuseum

Constant - New Babylon

Constant - New Babylon

Constant - New Babylon Photo: Gemeentemuseum

Constant - New Babylon
Photo: Gemeentemuseum

Constant - New Babylon

Constant - New Babylon

It is always a little bit surreal when a big project sees the light. Wether it is in art, sports or any field. You work on something with hearth and soul, you put all your love, time and energy in it, you have a vision for it, you overcome hurdles and slippery slopes and then all of a sudden it’s there and it’s even more amazing than you expected.

And the reason that the result is eternally more amazing than your expectations is that it’s the result of teamwork, of a group of people coming together and sharing an idea, an inspiration and adding all their love, energy, ideas and dreams to the project.

Maybe that’s the reason that Constant said "I’m just making a suggestion, it’s the New Babylonians who will eventually build New Babylon". He knew that if a group of people start working on something it can be eternally more fantastic than what one person can think up.

We are so proud of the exhibitions:

Constant. Ruimte + Kleur. Van Cobra tot New Babylon @Cobra Museum of Modern Art Amstelveen

Constant – New Babylon. Na ons de vrijheid @Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

And we are grateful to all people involved:
Katja Weitering, Ludo van Halem, Els Ottenhof, Doede Hardeman, Laura Stamps, Benno Tempel, Manuel Borja Villel, Franz Kaiser, Hilde Bruijns, Machteld Kors, Philipp Meisse, Christian Veddeler, Ben van Berkel, Barbara Kooij, Lex Reitsma, Eric Wie, Bert Mennings, Anoesjka Minnaard, Ton Geerts, Thomas Bennen, Esther van der Minne, Willemijn Stokvis, Mark Wigley, Pascal Gielen, Els Brinkman, Sandra Darbé, Hadewych van den Bossche, Vivian Entius, Ap Gewald, Pierre Bouvier, Robyn Dalziel, Jeremy Gains, Leo Reijnen, Huub Huf, Tim Bisschop, Tom Haartsen, Marjan de Visser, Janine van Reekum, Nico Lingbeek, Lydia Beerkens, Dawn Trompet,  Graham Birtwistle, Roby Does, Charlotte Caspers, Jurjen Creman, Titus Darley, Tess van Eyck-Wickham, Marcel Hummelink, Els Kerremans, André Koch, Friso Kamer, Michiel van Nieuwland, Mariël Polman, Hans van der Schaaf, Joop Schot, Sander van der Wiel, Marcel van der Graaf, Hans Vrijmoed, Hans Locher, Elmar Groen, Frans Stofregen, Willem Redelijkheid, Erwin Sutedjo, Paul van der Zande, Ernest Utermark, Ruth Hoppe, Vera Bakker, Céline Vermeire, Teresa Velásquez Cortés, Beatriz Jordana Trisán, Mercedes Pineda, Belén Díaz de Rábago Cabeza, Maria Fraille, Vera Carasso and everyone who has followed and supported the foundation over the last four years!

All we can say now is: Go SEE!