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Constant Krant

Constant Krant

2005

Newspaper dedicated to Constant accompanying the exhibition Ode aan Constant at the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag 03 December 2005-26 February 2006

Constant, avant le départ, 2005

Constant, avant le départ

2005

Constant died in the summer of 2005. Thomas Doebele and Maarten Schmidt filmed the artist during the last months of his life. They followed him and his dog, Tikus, on their daily stroll to the artist's studio, where he finished his last painting Le Piège (The Trap). A personal tale about a great painter in the last months of his life, working on the final details of the horizon of his last painting, 82 min, 2005.

Photography by Armin Linke

Photography by Armin Linke

Constant and New Babylon’s roots

2005

Constant’s “city for homo ludens”, New Babylon, was a “nomad camp on a planetary scale”. It was born in 1956 in Italy, at Alba, in a settlement of Piedmontese gypsies on the land of painter Pinot Gallizio. Fifty years later, Domus visits the site to reconstruct the origins of architecture’s first nomadic utopia.

Photography by Armin Linke. Edited by Francesco Careri (stalker/osservatorio nomade), Elena Sommariva

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Constant Nieuwenhuys

2005

Obituary in Times London paying respect to Constant.

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Constant 1920-2005, meer dan Cobra

2005

Column by Max Arian after Constant passes away August 1st, 2005.

Constant inspireerde provo's

Constant inspireerde provo's

2005

Regarding Constant (85) his passing, 2005.

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Kunstenaar Constant Nieuwenhuys overleden

2005

Obituary after Constant passes away on August 1st, 2005.

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Weloverwogen primitief

2005

Obituary in Trouw.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Symbolische kaart New Babylon, 1969

Constant

2005

Interview with the artist by Linda Boersma, translated from Dutch by Sue Smit.

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New Babylon de Constant

2005

New Babylon visually captured by Constant's son Victor Nieuwenhuijs and Maartje Seyferth, 13 min, 2005.
Available in archive for research purposes.

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