maandag, september 30, 2013

Marino Marini


Sculptor Marino Marini in front of window and framed by one of his horses, 1971. (bron en foto: Jon Naar)

Van 29 september tot en met 17 maart is er een grote tentoonstelling met werk van Marino Marini in Museum de Fundatie in Zwolle. De expositie bevat 30 sculpturen en 120 schilderijen en tekeningen. (hk)

Andy Warhol #4


Portrait of Warhol on red sofa in his Silver Factory, 1965. (bron en foto: Jon Naar)

Jean Tinguely #3




Jean Tinguely working in his studio La Verrerie, Switzerland, 1990.






(bron: Magnum Photos, foto's: Rene Burri)

George Hendrik Breitner


George Hendrik Breitner: In het atelier. (bron: Wikimedia Commons, collectie: Gemeentemuseum, Den Haag)

zaterdag, september 28, 2013

James Rosenquist #2


James Rosenquist in his studio, Spring Hill, USA, 2012. (bron: Magnum Photos, foto's: Alex Majoli and Daria Birang)

James Rosenquist


James Rosenquist in his studio. (bron: Seminole Voice, foto: Jimm Roberts)

Giorgio de Chirico #6


Giorgio De Chirico at his studio, Rome, Italy, 1951. (bron: Magnum Photos, foto's: Herbert List)

Adriaen Van Ostade #3


Adriaen van Ostade: Schildersatelier, ca 1670-1675. (bron en collectie: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam)

vrijdag, september 27, 2013

Susan Rothenberg


Susan Rothenberg: Red Studio, 2002-2003.


Susan Rothenberg: Green Studio, 2002-2003.

donderdag, september 26, 2013

Walton Ford #3










Walton Ford at work on "The Sensorium" in his studio, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, 2003. Production stills from the "Art in the Twenty-First Century" Season 2 episode, "Humor". (bron: Art21)

Georges Braque #6

Georges Braque's easel, 1948. (bron: Magnum Photos, foto: Herbert List)

Suzan Drummen








Suzan Drummen, artist’s studio, Amsterdam, 2010. (bron: Suzan Drummen)

woensdag, september 25, 2013

Hundertwasser







"In der Nähe von Roiten bei Rappottenstein malte Hundertwasser in diesem Haus, der "Hahnsäge", die unmittelbar am Kleinen Kamp liegt. Im Haus gibt es keinen Strom und keine Wasserleitung. Im Haus befand sich ein kleiner Herd, den Hundertwasser mit Holz beheizte. Hundertwasser kam zumal von der Hahnsäge zu Fuß nach Roiten um sich Milch von Bauern zu holen. Der Fußweg in eine Richtung dauert etwa 45 Minuten. Das Haus liegt tief im Wald in Einzellage. Unmittelbar am Kampf ragen riesige Granitblöcke aus dem Wasser. Hundertwasser malte hier gerne zwei bis drei Monate im Winter und schuf dabei ca. 20 bis 30 Werke. Er setzte sich auch jahrelang dafür ein, dass der Fußweg am Kamp nicht ausgebaut und für große Traktoren befahrbar ist. Das Haus wurde nach dem Tod von Friedensreich Hundertwasser 2000, später 2001 von dem Maler Previn Cherkorri bemalt. Die Hahnsäge ist heute im lokalem Privatbesitz." (bron en foto's: Norbert Danner)

Vanaf 9 augustus tot en met 5 januari is in het Cobra Museum voor Moderne Kunst een verrassende tentoonstelling te zien van het vroege werk van Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 Wenen - 2000 Queen Elizabeth 2 in internationale wateren). Deze tentoonstelling, momenteel te zien in Museum Belvedère in Wenen, toont de vroege en enigszins vergeten Hundertwasser. Eind jaren 50, begin jaren 60 verbleef Hundertwasser veel in Japan waar hij onder meer het Zen boeddhisme bestudeerde en de leer hiervan toepaste op zijn werk. Het vroege werk kenmerkt zich onder meer door eindeloze ronde en kronkelende lijnen en horror vacui. Volgens Hundertwasser was de rechte lijn dan ook ‘goddeloos’. (bron: Cobra Museum, Amstelveen)

Francis Bacon #6





"In 1961, Francis Bacon moved to a new studio on Reece Mews, moments away from South Kensington junction and his former premises on Cromwell Place.

Converted from a former horse stable, Bacon would maintain the studio for the rest of his life.

Despite his wealth and fame, the Reece Mews property remained starkly simple.

The artist occupied only the upper level, which was reached via a dangerously narrow staircase (presumably, his large canvases were hoisted through the upper balcony door).

The toilet was squeezed out on the landing, as was the kitchen… which also contained a bath! During the colder months, Francis would light the cooker’s gas hob and use it to heat the room up whenever he took a dip!
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Essentially, the South Kensington studio was for working and sleeping in only." (bron: View from the Mirror)




Francis Bacon, London, 1967. (bron: Magnum Photos, foto's: Ian Berry)

Francis Bacon #5







"In 1943, Francis Bacon moved to new digs in the ground-floor flat of 7 Cromwell Place, a stone’s throw from the Natural History Museum.

At the time, the building was rather draughty having suffered considerable bomb damage. This didn’t bother Francis though; he was more concerned in blacking out the windows… not as an air-raid precaution, but as cover for an illegal gambling den he’d set up!

Throughout his life, having a high-stakes flutter proved to be one of Bacon’s true vices.

It was a mind-set which also influenced his work. Having received no formal art-training, he frequently viewed the practice of trying out risky new techniques as a gamble… when it didn’t pay off, the offending canvas would be slashed and destroyed.

Betting aside, it was at Cromwell Place that Francis Bacon’s career as an artist really took off when, in 1944, he set about painting Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion…." (bron: View from the Mirror)




Francis Bacon, London, 1952. (bron: Magnum Photos, foto's: Henri Cartier-Bresson)

dinsdag, september 24, 2013

Marcel van Eeden #2






Atelier in Zurich.

404 E. 14th St.




404 E. 14th St.

"Beginning in the 1960s, it was among the first in New York to become an artist building, and remains so today. Although stylistically distinct, the artists who have lived or worked there over the years are nevertheless bound together in their shared experience of this uniquely vibrant, artistic scene.
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The building dates to the early 20th century and originally housed a button factory. It later became a warehouse for the locally owned Bloom & Krup hardware store. The first tenants, including Rivers, Claes and Patty Oldenburg, Yayoi Kusama, On Kawara, Chamberlain, and Herb Aach, arrived in the mid-1960s." (bron: EV Grieve)

Claes Oldenburg #2


Claes Oldenburg in his studio, 1965. (bron: Wary Meyers)

Claes Oldenburg


Lowell Blair Nesbitt: Oldenburg's Studio, 1974. (bron: Ro Gallery)

Donald Judd #3


101 Spring Street, New York, home and a studio, 1972. (bron: the Expandress, foto: Paul Katz)

maandag, september 23, 2013

Constantin Brancusi #5
















Constantin Brancusi's studio, Paris, france, 1946. (bron: Magnum Photos, foto's: Wayne Miller)