Announcement of the exhibition Constant. Een keuze uit het grafisch oeuvre at Cobra Museum voor Moderne Kunst Amstelveen.
A review of the British media following the English and Irish tour of the exhibition Cobra | Copenhagen, Brussels, Amsterdam in 2003.
Radio program Wim Brands interviews historian Marcel Hummelink about his new book, Apres nous la liberté, about artist Constant Nieuwenhuys. In the first hour of the program. The interview with Marcel Hummelink is in Dutch and starts at: 00:11:59-00:44:00 min
Review of a retrospective Cobra exhibition and Tail That Wags the Dog at IMMA, Dublin, Ireland.
Positive review of the COBRA exhibition at the Baltic, Gateshead.
Article in The Times on Adolfo Natalini and Superstudio. The article reference Constant in paragraph eight.
A critical review of the COBRA exhibition at the Baltic, Gateshead.
A positive, critical review of the COBRA exhibition at the Baltic, Gateshead.
The Activist Drawing: Retracing Situationist Architectures from Constant's New Babylon to Beyond' held on October 30, 1999. Reviewed by Susan Laxton, Assistant Professor of Art History at University of California, Riverside, for Postmodern Culture 13, Nr. 2
For his exhibition Content at the Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin November 15, 2003 to January 18, 2004, Rem Koolhaas designed the title in a font similar to Constant's signature.
Interview with Constant in an appendix in magazine ELLE WONEN nr 74, October 2002. The appendix is produced by Centraal Museum Utrecht on the occasion of the exhibition Ideaal! Wonen.
Small announcement about the theft of a watercolour from Galerie Delaive in 2002.
The photo was published in Le Monde together with an article by Phillippe Dagen, Constant, du situationnisme à la sagesse, 28-06-2002.
Review of the book Constant, New Babylon, una città nomade by Franceso Careri.
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.
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.