Ik wil de schilderkunst redden

2002

Article in PS van de week on his exhibition at the Documenta in Kassel in 2002. Quote of Constant on conceptual art: I find it [conceptual art] highly curious. I'm happy my mother did not say I'm not cooking tonight, I'll let you read the recipe.

Weggepoetst

2002

Article in HP De Tijd, on the sale of the Stuijvenberg collection.

Constant Nieuwenhuys Bij de voorplaat

2002

Interview in neighbourhood magazine OpNieuw, 2002.

AA Files 41

2002

Article by Simon Sadler, in which he analyses the following three books:

  • Yona Friedman: Structures Servicing the Unpredictable. Edited by Sabine Lebesque & Helene Fentener van Vlissingen. Published by Netherlands Architecture Institute. 
  • New Babylo: Constant, art et utopie. Edited by Jean-Clarence Lambert. Published by Éditions Cercle d'Art. 
  • Constant's New Babylon, The Hyper-architecture of Desire. Written by Mark Wigley and Published by 010 Publishers. 

Constant with Bartomeu Mari at the opening of Documenta Kassel

2002

Constant with Bartomeu Mari at the opening of the Documenta Kassel in 2002

Schilderijen Constant terug gekocht

2002

An announcement in Het Parool about the purchase of the paintings De redenaar, 1949 en de Rode Vuist, 1952 by the Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Amstelveen.

Schilderijen Constant terug gekocht

2002

An announcement in Het Parool about the purchase of the paintings De redenaar, 1949 en de Rode Vuist, 1952 by the Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Amstelveen.

Urban Spectacle

2002

Mark Rappolt on two visions of urban life for the 21st century, published in the Contemporary on 07-2002.

No more theory; nothing but practice. Constant, after New Babylon

2001

On Constant's development after his New Babylon project in AA files 44.

The Amsterdam Studio

2001

Translation from French to English of the interview in the book Atelier Amsterdam.

Les gros plaisirs du peintre Constant

2001

Review on Constant his exhibition Constant, une rétrospective, on view at Musée Picasso. 

Audience at Constant, une rétrospective

2001

Audience at the opening of the exhibition Constant, une rétrospective, Picasso Museum Antibes. 

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Constant and his family at Constant, une rétrospective

2001

At the opening of the exhibition Constant, une rétrospective, Picasso Museum Antibes. F.l.t.r: Eva's husband, Jos, Martha's husband, Franco, Constant's daughters Martha and Eva, Constant, Trudy and Jean-Clarence Lambert. The two dogs in front are the dog of Martha and Constant's dog. 

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Constant and Martha at Constant, une rétrospective

2001

Constant and his daughter Martha at the opening of the exhibition Constant, une rétrospective, Picasso Museum Antibes.

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Constant and Tikus at Constant, une rétrospective

2001

At the opening of the exhibition Constant, une rétrospective, Picasso Museum Antibes. 

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Constant and Tikus at Constant, une rétrospective

2001

Constant in front of his paintings The crowd and Junkies the day before the opening of the exhibition Constant, une rétrospective at the Picasso Museum Antibes, 28 june 2001. 

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Constant and Tikus in his studio

2001

Constant and his dog, Tikus in his studio Wittenburg in Amsterdam, 2001

Constant and Tikus in the exhibition space

2001

At the opening of the exhibition Rétrospective, Picasso Museum Antibes. 

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Constant and Trudy at Constant, une rétrospective

2001

Constant and his wife Trudy at the opening of the exhibition Constant, une rétrospective, Picasso Museum Antibes. 

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