vrijdag, mei 25, 2018

José Lerma #4












José Lerma studio visit, East Hampton, 2011. Stills from the video"Huffington Post Studio Vist: José Lerma". (bron video: vimeo)

> José Lerma | flickr
> José Lerma | picssr

José Lerma #3



"In 1975 the painter Elaine de Kooning purchased a modest saltbox house at 55 Alewive Road in East Hampton, following a reconciliation with her artist husband Willem. Three years later, she added a large, airy studio, marked by a slanted wall of windows, where she would create some of her most well-known paintings. These included her last series of works, Bacchus and Cave Walls, in addition to a portrait of Brazilian soccer star Pelé. Elaine would continue to live and work there until her death in 1989.

Today the Elaine de Kooning House is owned by curator and Dallas Art Fair co- founder Chris Byrne, who purchased it in 2010 and turned it into an driveway and using the ground-floor studio (currently Pilkington’s workspace) as a darkroom. Around 15 years ago, the painter Richmond Burton bought the house, giving up his Tribeca loft for Elaine’s 60-foot-long studio with its slanting, 17-foot-high glass wall at the northern end. (He once described its style as “nautical modern.”)

Inspired by the house’s rich artistic legacy, Byrne has made renovations while preserving modi cations made by its previous owners. He got the idea of making the space available to visiting artists when a friend, José Lerma, needed a workspace larger than his Williamsburg studio to create large-scale paintings.
...."
(bron: Hamptons Monthly)














José Lerma at work in Elaine de Kooning's former studio, 2011.

> José Lerma | flickr
> José Lerma | picssr

Laure Prouvost












Laure Prouvost studio visit, Antwerp, 2018. (bron: elephant, foto's: Estelle Parewyck)

> Laure Prouvost

Bruce McLean #4














Bruce McLean in his studio, West London, 2017. (bron: elephant, foto's: Benjamin McMahon)

> Bruce McClean | facebook

Pat Steir #5










Pat Steir studio visit, 2017. (bron: elephant, foto's: Tim Smyth)

donderdag, mei 24, 2018

Sean Scully #4








Sean Scully in his studio, Tappan, 2018(?). (bron: elephant, foto's: Don Stahl)

T/m 8 augustus is de tentoonstelling "Sean Scully Landlines en ander recent werk" te zien bij De Pont Museum in Tilburg (hk).

> Sean Scully

Chantal Joffe #4






Chantal Joffe’s London studio, 2018. (bron: elephant, foto's: Suki Dhanda)

Jörg Immendorff #6


Jörg Immendorffs Atelier in de Düsseldorfer Innenstadt, 2005. (bron: Lempertz)

Jörg Immendorff #5


Jörg Immendorff in seinem Atelier. (bron en foto: Ralph Sondermann)


Jörg Immendorff: Selbstbildnis im Atelier, 1974. (collectie: Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris) 


Jörg Immendorff, Markus Lüpertz




Jörg Immendorff.




Markus Lüpertz. (bron en foto's: Stephan Pick)

Joncquil De Vries #2




Joncquil's studio, The Hague, 2016.

"....
So at a certain time I arrive at my studio, It’s in the old offices section of a power plant (not a nuclear one).
But still a lot of energy buzzing. The Building is packed with artists, designers, musicians & Nest: One of the best exhibition spaces in town. Between the red lines is my studio, next to zaal 3, a theatre / lunchroom, if you visit one day we’ll eat a tosti there!

I love my studio, it has beautiful natural, neutral light all day (and yes, the most beautiful artificial, mid century lights as well).
...."
(bron: canvas)


Studio, 2015. (bron: Patty Morgan)

> Joncquil De Vries
> Joncquil De Vries | facebook

woensdag, mei 23, 2018

Romare Bearden #3


Romare Bearden conducting an art class (that includes Marvin and Morgan Smith, James Yeargans and Bob Yeargans, and two (semi) nude models) in his studio, 243 West 125th Street, Harlem, 1954. (bron: The New York Public Library, foto: Morgan and Marvin Smith)

> Romare Bearden Foundation