Initial impetus to the research on the presence of applied arts in Flanders

MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS SINCE 1980

A number of institutions in Flanders have always paid particular attention to the applied arts. The Museum for Decorative Arts in Ghent is undoubtedly the most important one as far as exhibitions are concerned, which is why we are now giving a complete survey of the exhibitions held there.

The Museum for Applied Arts, Ghent:
Stained-glass windows by Armand Blondeel (13.12.80-10.02.80)
Furniture by Huib Hoste (08/03.80-27-05-'80)
25 years of furniture by Pieter De Bruyne (06.06.80-27.10.80)
Provincial Prize for Artistic Crafts 1980 (27.09.80-19.10.80)
European Illustration 80/81 (20.03.81-20.04.81)
Ceramics in Belgium 1945-60 (06.06.81-10.09.81)
Ceramics by Achiel Pauwels (16.10.81-16.01.82)
Ceramics and China from Belgium (19.03.82-02.05.82)
Contemporary Clay Sculptures form France 1982 (22.10.82-19.12.82)
Embroidery from China (15.01.83-13.02.83)
Glass by Bengt Heintze (16.02.83-24.04.83)
Albert Van Huffel (1877-1935) (15.07.83-09.10.83)
Shipibo-ceramics, Alvaro Siza and Mario Botta (10.11.83-11.12.83)
Furniture by Richard Beerman (21.04.84-02.06.84)
Geo Henderick (1879-1957) (13.07.84-30-06.84)
Provincial Prize for Artistic Crafts 1984 (10.11.84-02.12.84)
Siegfried De Buck: jewellery, and Frank Steyaert: Ceramics (14.12.84-10.03.85)
Attitudes (05.07.85-01.09.85)
Flanders Textiles (11.10.85-01.12.85)
Provincial Prize for Artistic Crafts 1985: stained-glass windows (26.10.85-01.12.85)
Danish design (07.02.86-07.03.86)
Piet Stockmans (14.03.86-04.05.86)
Tea and Coffee Piazza (15.05.86-15.06.86)
Jewellery in Belgium (27.06.86-15.10.86)
Furniture object art (21.10.86, 23.11.86)
Gentiana (Alchimia) (21.10.86-23.11.86)
Young Architects in Belgium (13.12.86-15.02.87)
Paul Hankar (28.02.87-05.04.87)
Fukami: Japanese Ceramics (30.03.87-05.04.87)
Kylliki Salmenhaara (14.04.87-15.06.87)
Functional Glamour (16.07.87-16.08.87)
Household furniture in Belgium Between the two World Wars (16.07.87-11.10.87)
Glass from 1900 till today, a selection from the museum's collection (17.10.87-15.11.87)
Zsolnay Ceramics (26.11.87-21.02.88)
Young Architects in Belgium (11.12.87-28.02.88)
Art and Carpets (26.03.88-29.05.88)
Legacy N.F. Havermans - silver - part 1 (14.07.88-30.10.88)
Provincial Prize for Artistic Crafts 1988: ceramics (11.11.88-04.12.88)
Young Interior Designers (16.12.88-19.02.89)
Luk De Blok: ceramics (28.01.89-05.03.89)
Desegni di Design - Alchimia (18.03.89-28.03.89)
Five Swedish Ceramists (18.03.89-28.05.89)
Made in Holland (29.06.89-08.10.89)
Lead Light (29.06.89-08.10.89)
Architectural Ideas (14.12'89-26.02.90)
New Furniture Design in Belgium (14.12.89-26.02.90)
Memphis (08.04.90-20.05.90)
Pieter De Bruyne (08.04.90-20.05.90)
Stems of Fold, Flowers of Silk (23.06.90-14.10.90)
Legacy Havermans, silver part II (23.06.90-14.10.90)
Café Noir (23.06.90-14.10.90)
Fire (23.06.90-14.10.90)
Ploughing Fabrics (23.06.90-14.10.90)
Alessie: not in production - next to production (18.10.90-09.12.90)
22 Contemporary Carpets from Italy (27.10.90-09.12.90)
Treasure Island (14.12.90-17.02.91)
Contemporary Jewellery (14.12.90-17.02.91)
Young Architects in Flanders (14.12.90-17.02.91)
Glass Sculptures by S. Libensky & J. Brychtova (Centre for Art and Culture, 24.02.91-07.04.91)
Kintiti (African Sculpture and Decorative Art (28.03.90-12.05.91)
Dynamic Plastics - from bakelite to high plast (29.03.91-26.05.91)
Contemporary Dutch Ceramics (29.03.91-26.05.91)
Provincial Prize for Artistic Crafts '91: juwellery (29.03.91-26.05.91)
Legacy N.F. Havermans: part III: glass and ceramics (10.07.91-06.10.91)
Van Papier, B. Lambrechts, J. Decoster, L. Dolphijn, G. 't Hart, B. Matthysen (19.09.91-20.10.91)
Contemporary Glass, Venini, Val St. Lambert, Van Ginnike (08.11.91-31.12.91)
Innovations in Silver - International high points in silversmithery 1880-1940 (26.05.92-27.07.92)
100% Make-up: 100 Vases by Alessi (26.05.92-28.02.93)
Frank Steyaert: ceramics "Homages" (26.05.92-28.02.93)
Glass from Finland, from modern times till today (08.09.92-15.11.92)
Glass by David Palperer (08.09.92-15.11.92)
Rough but Cordial - German avant-garde furniture (04.12.92-28.02.93)
Design and Environment (04.12.92-28.02.93)
Silver in Movement (12.03.93-18.04.93)
Japanese ceramics (12.03.93-18.04.93)
Decorative Arts from Malaysia (12.03.93-18.04.93)
Henry van de Velde: a European artist of his time (04.05.93-18.04.93)
Artistic weaving: 20 years of the H. Story Textile Institute (15.08.93-15.09.93)
Silver from Mexico: Europalia '93 (27.09.93-12.12.93)
Contemporary Glass from the museum's collections (22.12.93-13.02.94)
Art is life: motor helmets-international (24.02.94-10.04.94)
Jan van der Vaart & Johan van Loon: ceramics (24.02.94-10.04.94)
Emiel Veranneman (06.05.94-11.09.94)
Furniture from France 04.10.94-11.12.94, Forêt-meubles imaginaires (04.10.94-11.12.94)
Art-Net-Work - dimensions in lines - interlacing (04.10.94-11.12.94)
Glass by Floris Meydam (04.10.94-11.12.94)
Printed Decors on Maastricht Pottery (04.10.94-11.12.94)
Au clair de la lune - glass and silver in dialogue (11.02.95-12.03.95)
Chris van der Hoef - new art and art deco (11.02.95-12.03.95)
Contemporary Japanese Jewellery (24.03.95-07.05.95)
Allan Wexler (USA) - structures for reflection (24.03.95-07.05.95)
KUSHI - Japanese lacquered combs (24.03.95-07.05.95)
Made in Holland - Dutch design (23.05.95-17.09.95)
Ghent meets Berlin: hand-tufted carpets by Belgian and German artists (23.09.95-04.11.95)
Triennial for Design in Flanders (30.11.95-03.03.96).


Clio D'Huyvetter & Johan Valcke