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Constant Nieuwenhuys-Christof Caspari and Constant in Köln, 1965

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Christof Caspari and Constant in Köln

1965

Christof Caspari and Constant in Köln, 1965.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Constant au Labyrinth, 1965

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Constant in the Labyrinth I

1965

A life size Labyrinth was built in the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag for the exhibition Constant in 1965.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Constant au Labyrinth II, 1965

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Constant in the Labyrinth II

1965

A life size Labyrinth was built in the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag for the exhibition Constant, 1965.

Constant at his studio Wittenburg, ca 1965

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Constant with helmet at his studio Wittenburg

1965

Constant at his studio Wittenburg, ca 1965.

Nic Tummers, Constant and Nel at New Babylon exhibition in the Dominicanerkerk Maastricht, 1965

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Nic Tummers, Constant and Nel in the Dominicanerkerk, 1965

1965

At the New Babylon exhibition in the Dominicanerkerk Maastricht, 1965.

Nic Tummers Constant en Nel op tentoonstelling in Maastricht, op de voorgrond Ruimtecircus, 1965

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Nic Tummers, Constant and Nel, 1965

1965

At New Babylon exhibition in Maastricht with Space Circus in the front, 1965.

T-T √2, 1965-2

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T-T √2, 1965-1

1965

For the exhibition Nieuw Beelden at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam in 1965 ConstanT and (Nic) Tummers developed the constrauction T-T √2.

T-T √2, 1965-2

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T-T √2, 1965-2

1965

For the exhibition Nieuw Beelden at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam in 1965 ConstanT and (Nic) Tummers developed the constrauction T-T √2.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-T-T √2, 1965

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T-T √2, 1965-3

1965

For the exhibition Nieuw Beelden at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam in 1965 ConstanT and (Nic) Tummers developed the constrauction T-T √2.

1964 Costant at Mansaram's shows opening in Amsterdam

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Constant at exposition of P. Mansaram at De Drie hendricken gallery, 1964

1964

Reception for the opening of an exposition by P. Mansaram (right next to Constant) in June 1964. The exposition was opened by the well known critic of the time Mr Hans Redeker. Who also wrote the introduction in the catalogue.
From the archive of P. Mansaram.

NB: Not available in high res!

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