Constant Nieuwenhuys-Le départ, 1978

Le départ, 1978, watercolor

Schenking van Dommering: le départ est arrivé


A blog by head curator of the Teylers Museum in Haarlem, Terry van Druten on the collection endowment by collectors Loes and Egbert Dommering. Amongst the donation are several beautiful works by Constant, like the watercolor Le départ, 1978, and the portfolio New Babylon.

Constant at his studio, 1958

Constant at his studio, 1958

Constant en Mondriaan. Moet het Gemeentemuseum niet meer met deze kunstenaars doen?


Blog by Egbert Dommering on the exhibitions Constant. Ruimte + Kleur in Cobra museum and Constant - New Babylon in Gemeentemuseum and the relation between Constant and Mondriaan.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Gezicht op New Babylonische sectoren, 1971

Donkere materie


A short story in De Gids about a 'political' leader in the Netherlands of 2050. It references to the building of Constant's Yellow Sector in Rijnland as an actual happening.

Diego de Ybarra

Ya vendrán tiempos propicios


On Constant and New Babylon.

Cobra: internationalisme en de gezamenlijke som van kunstenaars en schrijvers


Blog by Esther Schreuder about the book Cobra aan de gracht, 2013.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Cyrano déclare son amour, 1979

Upcoming: several exhibitions about Constant Nieuwenhuys


A blog by Esther Schreuder on the exhibitions of Constant in the Cobra Museum of Modern Art and the Gemeentemuseum from May 28 till September 27, 2016.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Schets voor een mobiel labyrinth, 1968

Constant-Schets voor een mobiel labyrinth, 1968

Constant Thinking, Museo Reina Sofia


A blog about a visit to Museo Reina Sofia and the exhibition Constant. Neuva Babilonia by Alexandra Goldman.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Hangende sector, 1960

Engagement-Constant en New Babylon


Blog by Anja Marbus on the Exam theme VWO 2015 on

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Spatiovore, 1960

New Babylon


Blog by McKenzie Wark on

Constant Nieuwenhuys, 1949 by J.J.M. de Jong

De keuze van Katja Weitering


A guest blog on a photo of Constant by J.J.M. de Jong from 1949 on