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  • Bibliography for the mheu exhibition Babel to Dubai: Urban Utopias | Musée historique de l'environnement urbain
    mémoire du futur de Thomas More à Lénine le rêve éternel d une autre société by Yolène Dilas Rocherieux Editions Robert Laffont 2000 Voyages en Utopie by Georges Jean Découvertes Gallimard 1994 Voyages aux pays de nulle part Histoire littéraire de la pensée utopique by Raymond Trousson Editions de l Université de Bruxelles 1999 Constructing Paris in the age of revolution by Allan Potofsky Palgrave Macmillan 2009 Rêver la ville

    Original URL path: http://www.mheu.org/en/utopia/bibliography/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Sitography for the mheu exhibition Babel to Dubai: Urban Utopias | Musée historique de l'environnement urbain
    miracle or mirage All eyes on the horizon List of exhibited works Bibliography Sitography Partners Babel to Dubai Urban Utopias Sitography Babel to Dubai Urban Utopias Reference sites BnF Utopia exhibition http expositions bnf fr utopie index htm New York Public Library Utopia exhibition http utopia nypl org homepage qt html Utopias et avant gardes a blog on utopian urban planning French http utopies skynetblogs be Web utopia an interactive

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  • The mheu | Babel and Babylon, the Gateway of the Gods
    an attempt to build a tower that would unite men through a common tongue and put them on an equal footing with God Yet it was God s wrath that destroyed this dream the Tower of Babel came to represent paradise lost symbolizing the impossible ideal of a universal community freed of the shackles of fate Tower of Babel The Tower of Babel inspired a number of artists Brueghel the Elder chose to portray the tower s construction rather than its divine destruction During a time of religious upheaval this was perhaps an attempt to promote the universality of man Brueghel was a great humanist and keenly aware of the technical advances of his time knowledge he used to accurately portray the details of the latest building techniques Pieter Brueghel the Elder Not much is known about Pieter Brueghel The Elder not even his exact date of birth which has been estimated circa 1525 1530 However we do know that he died in 1569 The death certificate states that he died medio aetatis flore in the prime of his life he is therefore thought to have lived until around 40 years of age Nor do we know where he was born Breda in the Netherlands or Bree in Belgian Limburg also called Breda in Latin His name first appears in 1551 in Antwerp where he ranked among the masters of the guild of Saint Luke The following year he traveled to Italy It is thought that he rubbed shoulders with both rich patrons and rural folk whose weddings he attended In 1562 he left Antwerp and set up home in Brussels where he married the daughter of the painter Pieter Coecke van Aelst in 1563 Some stories suggest the latter was also his mentor His first son Pieter Brueghel The

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  • List of works for the mheu exhibition Fire | Musée historique de l'environnement urbain
    on canvas Size 135cm x 95cm Location Valenciennes Musée des Beaux Arts Copyright RMN René Gabriel Ojéda View This Exhibition Title The Stove in the Workshop Artist Paul Cézanne Date 1865 Technique oil on canvas Size 41cm x 30cm Location National Gallery London United Kingdom Copyright The National Gallery London View This Exhibition Title Workshop Interior with Stove Artist Gustave Caillebotte Date 1872 Technique oil on canvas Size 80cm x 65cm Location private collection View This Exhibition Title Saint John s Festival Artist Jules Breton Date 1875 Technique oil on canvas Size 61cm x 34cm Location Philadelphia Museum of Arts United States Copyright Philadelphia Museum of Arts View This Exhibition Title Dinner at the Ball Artist Edgar Degas Date 1879 Technique oil on canvas Location Musée d Orsay Paris Copyright RMN Musée d Orsay Hervé Lewandowski View This Exhibition Title Workshop in Rue de Furstenberg Artist Jean Frédéric Bazille Date 1881 Technique oil on canvas Size 80cm x 65cm Location Montpellier Musée Fabre Copyright RMN Christian Jean View This Exhibition Title Peasant Woman By the Hearth Artist Vincent Van Gogh Date 1885 Technique oil on canvas Size 40cm x 29cm Location Paris Musée d Orsay Copyright RMN Hervé Lewandowski View This Exhibition Title The Schuffenecker Family Artist Paul Gauguin Date 1889 Technique oil on canvas Size 92cm x 73cm Location Paris Musée d Orsay Copyright RMN Hervé Lewandowski View This Exhibition Title The Printmaker Vallotton in His Workshop Artist Edouard Vuillard Date 1902 Technique oil on paperboard Size 44cm x 42cm Location Nancy Musée des Beaux Arts Copyright G Mangin View This Exhibition Title The Painter Alfred Roll Artist François Antoine Vizzavona Date early 20 th century Technique silver bromide gelatin glass negative Size 92cm x 73cm Location Paris Museum of Modern Art Copyright RMN François Vizzavona View This Exhibition Title Quest for Fire Director Georges Denola Date 1914 Length 25mins Copyright Pathé Gaumont Archives View This Exhibition Title Verdun Artist Félix Vallotton Date 1917 Technique oil on canvas Size 146cm x 114cm Location Paris Musée de l Armée Copyright Paris Musée de l Armée Dist RMN Pascal Segrette View This Exhibition Title Suzanne Valadon Her Son Maurice Utrillo seated right and André Utter French Painters Artist Henri Martinie Date 1920 Technique silver print Copyright Henri Martinie Roger Viollet View This Exhibition Title Sofa Stove Artist Constantin Brancusi Date 1923 Technique silver print Size 30cm x 24cm Location Paris Museum of Modern Art Centre Georges Pompidou Copyright ADAGP Photo CNAC MNAM Dist RMN Jacques Faujour View This Exhibition Title Nude with long hair Artist Marcel Gromaire Date 1927 Technique oil on canvas Location Paris Museum of Modern Art Copyright Musée d Art Moderne Roger Viollet View This Exhibition Title Saint John s Bonfires Artist Charles Trenet Date 1934 Length 2mins 08sec Copyright EMI View This Exhibition Title Picasso Next to the Stove Artist Brassaï Date 1939 Technique silver print Location private collection Copyright Estate Brassaï RMN Gérard Blot View This Exhibition Title Moroccan Tribesmen Around a Fire Artist anonymous Date

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  • Bibliography for the mheu exhibition Fire | Musée historique de l'environnement
    horse Boom 3 2 1 blastoff Fear in the city Caught in the cross fire Auto da fé Show me a sign Witches and the stake Up in smoke Saint John s bonfires Like a great sun One last bouquet Fire Fire List of exhibited works Bibliography Sitography Partners Bibliography Reference works Les hommes et le feu de l antiquité à nos jours du feu mythique et bienfaiteur au feu dévastateur actes du colloque de l association interuniversitaire de l Est Besançon 26 27 septembre 2003 réunis par François Vion Delphin et François Lassus Editions Presses Universitaires de Franche Comté Histoire de l alimentation Jean Louis Flandrin Massimo Montanari under the direction of Editions Fayard Myths of the Origin of Fire James George Frazer Editions Payot Histoire universelle de la destruction des livres Fernando Baez Editions Fayard Le feu Pascal Richet Collection Découverte Gallimard Le feu au Moyen Age Jean Pierre Leguay Editions Presses Universitaires de Rennes Works cited in the exhibition Construire un feu Jack London Editions Robert Laffont La psychanalyse du feu Gaston Bachelard Editions Gallimard Les trophées José Maria de Heredia Editions Gallimard Promethée enchaîné Eschyle Editions Belin Physiologie du goût Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin Editions Flammarion

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  • Sitography for the mheu exhibition Fire | Musée historique de l'environnement urbain
    Fear in the city Caught in the cross fire Auto da fé Show me a sign Witches and the stake Up in smoke Saint John s bonfires Like a great sun One last bouquet Fire Fire List of exhibited works Bibliography Sitography Partners Sitography Reference sites Fire when pre historic people get experimental from the web site of futura sciences in french The hasards of volcanic activity a report from

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  • Mheu | Partnership
    the fire From earthenware jug to fridge Alchemy Vulcan s forges Magic of transparency The Candelabra s luster The electricity fairy City lights The steam horse Boom 3 2 1 blastoff Fear in the city Caught in the cross fire Auto da fé Show me a sign Witches and the stake Up in smoke Saint John s bonfires Like a great sun One last bouquet Fire Fire List of exhibited

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  • The MHEU | Fire inspired Yves Klein, the painter of immateriel
    a single spark an ember a flame a blaze a fireball or a will o the wisp has its figurative sense Fire is intimate and universal It lives in our hearts and in the skies above It arises from deep within matter offering itself with the warmth of love It burns back down into matter and hides there latent and pent up like hate and vengeance Fire is alone among natural phenomena in embodying so clearly the two opposing values of good and evil It shines in Paradise and burns in Hell It is comfort and torture hearth and apocalypse A pleasure for the child seated cautiously by the fire it punishes the disobedient who play too closely with its flames Fire is well being and respect As a divinity it is both a guardian and terrible good and bad Fire can contradict itself making it a principle of universal explanation Gaston Bachelard excerpt from the The Psychoanalysis of Fire A quasi magical phenomenon whose trick can be learned by anyone is it any wonder that people even artists play with fire Untitled Painting of Fire F 74 Having worked on the void the air the wind and water from 1961 Yves Klein conducted several studies on fire at the Gaz de France testing centre In order to capture the living trace of fire the artist subjected large canvases sprinkled with water to flames from an industrial blowlamp which blackened them in a different way in different places He then used the same technique again with the canvases on which young women had left the print of their damp bodies The filmed representation of the artist at work itself came to be seen as a work of art Yves Klein Painter of the intangible Yves Klein was born in 1928

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