Constant and Ellen Edinoff

1965

Constant and dancer Ellen Edinoff, ca 1965. Ellen Edinoff was the partner of Kurt Stuyff, who had his studio next to Constant at Wittenburg.

Constant and Herman Krikhaar

1965

Constant and Herman Krikhaar at his studio Wittenburg, ca 1965.

Constant in het Labyrint I

1965

In 1965 a life size Labyrint - design Constant - was built for the exhibition Taal en Teken in the former Haags Gemeentemuseum, Den Haag (nowadays Kunstmuseum Den Haag).

Constant in het Labyrint II

1965

In 1965 a life size Labyrint - design Constant - was buil for the exhibition Taal en Teken in the former Haags Gemeentemuseum, Den Haag (nowadays Kunstmuseum Den Haag).

Constant in his studio Wittenburg

1965

This photo was made in the studio with Shamai Haber, André Volten and Peter Clough while they were working on the Evoluon park design Eindhoven.
ca 1965

NB: We do not have a version fit for print of this image

Constant in the Dominicanerkerk, 1965.

1965

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

NB: We do not have a version fit for print of this image.

Constant with helmet at his studio Wittenburg

1965

Constant at his studio Wittenburg, ca 1965.

Constant with Jan Elburg

1965

ca 1965

NB: We do not have a version fit for print of this image

Constant, André Volten and Shamai Haber working on the design

1965

f.l.t.r.: Constant, André Volten and Shamai Haber working on the design for the Evoluon square Eindhoven.
ca 1965

NB: We do not have a version fit for print of this image

De dialektiek van het experiment

1965

In De dialektiek van het experiment (The Dialectic of the Experiment) Constant looks back at the preceding period in his career and the radical transformation that took place in his artistic development during the 1950s. He declares that while he can visualize ‘unitary urbanism’, the present state of society is fundamentally different from the societal situation essential to the realization of such a revolutionary programme. Consequently, unitary urbanism remains limited to isolated experiments and a programme.

Hein van Haren, Constant, Peter Clough and André Volten

1965

f.l.t.r.: Hein van Haren, Constant, Peter Clough, André Volten and Shamai Haber (seen from the back) in Constant's studio Wittenburg.
ca 1965

NB: We do not have a version fit for print of this image

Jan v Goethem, Roosje and Machteld Roede

1965

f.l.t.r.: Jan v Goethem, Roosje and Machteld Roede at the Evoluon park design exhibition at Van Abbe Museum Eindhoven.

NB: We do not have a version fit for print of this image.

Jean Leering opening speech

1965

Jean Leering opening the exhbition of the Evoluon park design at Van Abbe Museum Eindhoven.

NB: We do not have a version fit for print of this image.

Johnny Jacobs, Louis Kalff and Jean Leering

1965

f.l.t.r.: Johnny Jacobs, Louis kalff and Jean Leering at the Evoluon park design exhibition at Van Abbe Museum Eindhoven.

NB: We do not have a version fit for print of this image.

Louis Kalff, Jean Leering, André Volten and Constant

1965

f.l.t.r.: Louis Kalff, die in 1961 bij Philips de leiding en uitvoering van het Evoluon kreeg; Jean Leering, directeur van Abbemuseum; André Volten en Constant op de tentoonstelling in 1965 van het Evoluon park ontwerp in het Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven.

NB: We do not have a version fit for print of this image.

Louis Kalff, Jean Leering, André Volten and Constant

1965

f.l.t.r.: Louis Kalff, Jean Leering, Johnny Jacobs (seen from the back), in the background Jan van Goethem, André Volten and Constant at the Evoluon park design exhibition at Van Abbe Museum Eindhoven.

NB: We do not have a version fit for print of this image.

New Babylon exhibition Dominicanerkerk Maastricht, 1965

1965

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

NB: We do not have a version fit for print of this image.

New Babylon: een schets voor een cultuur

1965

New Babylon: een schets voor een cultuur is an Dutch adaptation of an original German manuscript in collaboration with Caspari translated and adjusted by Constant. A summary of the Dutch text was published in 1974 in the exhibition catalogue at Gemeentemuseum Den Haag. Neither the original Dutch text of 125 pages nor the German manuscript of 165 pages was ever published as a whole until 2021.

Nic Tummers, Constant and Nel in the Dominicanerkerk, 1965

1965

New Babylon exhibition in the Dominicanerkerk Maastricht, 1965.

From left to right: Nic Tummers, unknown man, Constant, Nel. 

Nic Tummers, Constant and Nel in the Dominicanerkerk, 1965

1965

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

NB: We do not have a version fit for print of this image.