CONSTANT ANTON is born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, as first son of Maria Cornelissen and Pieter Nieuwenhuijs.
Second son Jan is born, who would also become a painter and involved in the Experimentele Groep and CoBrA.
Moves to Bergen, North Holland.
He marries Matie van Domselaer, daughter of composer Jakob van Domselaer and Maaike Middelkoop, in Bergen
Constant and Matie move to Amsterdam where they rent a studio at Sarphatipark 42, the same house where Piet Mondriaan lived from 1908-1911.
Son Victor is born
Daughter Martha is born.
Daughter Olga is born
Constant and his family stay in Denmark. Constant and Matie separate. Victor stays with Constant, while Martha and Olga stay with Matie.
Constant takes part in the ‘Internationale Tentoonstelling van Experimentele Kunst’ (International Exhibition of Experimental Art) at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam
Constant moves to Paris with Victor, together with Karel Appel and Corneille.
Moves to an attic room in Rue Pigalle 57 in Paris. Lives there with Victor.
Constant marries Nellie Riemens.
Daughter Eva is born.
Constant takes part in a group exhibition at the XXVIII Venice Biennale, together with Bart van der Leck and André Volten.
Constant marries Nel Kerkhoven
Constant represents the Netherlands at the XXXIII Biennale of Venice and is awarded with the “Premio Cardazzo”.
Constant publishes a series of selected articles and speeches, titled “Revolt of the Homo Ludens” (Opstand van de Homo Ludens).
original dutch book.
German translation: “Spielen oder Töten”.
Constant engages with Adèle van Rijckevorsel
He meets T. van der Horst and soon after marries her.
Constant has a big retrospective exhibition in Musée Picasso in Antibes, South of France.
Invited by Documenta 11, Constant’s New Babylon gets an honorary position.
Death of Constant.
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