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Constant Nieuwenhuys-Twee vogels, 1949

Het Cobra museum

2007

Article on the aquisition of the painting Two Birds by the Cobra museum from the collection of Alain Delon with a 10 min television item from the art series Kunstuur.

Fondation Constant

Stephen Gilbert

2007

Obituary Stephen Gilbert in The Times. Constant is mentioned in a few paragraphs linked to Cobra.

Constant Nieuwenhuys-Fauna, 1949

Constant

2006

News item on the aquisition of the painting Fauna, 1949 by the Cobra museum from the collection of Hans en Alice de Jong with a small item on the television art series Kunstuur.
Language: Dutch
October 14, 2006

Fondation Constant

They came from outer space

2006

Review of the exhibition Future City: Experiment and Utopia in Architecture 1956-2000 at the Barbican Art Gallery.

Fondation Constant

Constant avant le départ

2006

Review of the documentary Constant, avant le départ by Anthony Enns.

The 1949 Cobra Exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 2006

The 1949 Cobra Exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

2006

The article by Peter Shield reconstructs the 1949 Cobra Exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

Constant, avant le départ, 2005

Nog één keer de trap afdalen

2005

A review of the documentary Constant, avant le départ for the TV broadcast.

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

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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