woensdag, maart 30, 2016

A Private View with Anthony Lycett


Fiona Rae, London.


Gavin Turk, London.


Grayson Perry, London.


Laure Provost, London.

"I met Anthony Lycett when I was interviewing 92-year-old RA painter Anthony Eyton in his Brixton studio; Lycett was there at the same time photographing him. We got chatting and Lycett, a tall, gregarious fellow, filled me in on his his project – Private View – an intriguing long-term exploration of London- and Paris-based creatives framed within the backdrops of their inner sanctums: their studios. Where Lycett’s approach differs to the run-of-the-mill artists-in-their-studios portraits is in the method he uses: taking multiple shots of the subject and the space they occupy, Lycett creates a type of photographic composition that’s reminiscent in its conception to the photographic collages (or ‘joiners’) popularised by David Hockney back in the 80s.
Obviously, Hockney didn’t have access to Photoshop back then. But now, with the technical benefits the digital era allows, Lycett is able to seamlessly piece together his own digital version of the photographic collage, creating deep, wide-angled images that allow a viewer to become immediately ensconced in the artist’s personal space; the studios and assorted paraphernalia (whether cluttered or minimal, depending on the individual artist’s working practices) are discovered in the same way as your eye would take in the surroundings, leading you around the mental workings of the artists in an immediate, visceral way, as your vision flits back and forth around the picture, curious about what it will encounter next.
...." (bron: Saatchi Gallery Magazine, foto's: Anthony Lycett)

Meer foto's uit de serie zijn te vinden bij de bron en op de website van Anthony Lycett (hk).

> Fiona Rae
> Gavin Turk
> Laure Provost

Grayson Perry #4










UAL Postgraduate students have a Q&A with Grayson Perry in his studio. (bron: University of the Arts London)

T/m 5 juni is werk van Grayson Perry te zien op de solotentoonstelling "Hold Your Beliefs Lightly" in het Bonnefanten Museum in Maastricht. Aanrader (hk).

woensdag, maart 23, 2016

(werk)


Harke Kazemier: zonder titel, 2016.
olie en ballpoint op doek, 20 x 20 cm.

> Harke Kazemier
> Harke Kazemier | facebook

Eric de Nie


Atelier Eric de Nie, 1988. (bron: Frans Hals Museum, foto: Taeke Henstra)


Atelier stock. (bron: Eric de Nie)


Atelier, 1992-1993. (uit: Sequenza, bron: Eric de Nie, foto Thijs Quispel)

> Eric de Nie

Gert & Uwe Tobias #3














Gert en Uwe Tobias in voorbereiding van de tentoonstelling in het Kupferstich Kabinett in Dresden in 2012. Videostills. (bron video: CFA Berlin)

dinsdag, maart 22, 2016

Gert & Uwe Tobias #2




The Tobias Brothers, Gert and Uwe, their atelier. (bron: Bransch Blog, foto's: Achim Lippoth)

Uit een serie voor Wallpaper*, zie ook de post van 31 mei 2013 9hk).

maandag, maart 21, 2016

Robert Rauschenberg #13


Cy Twombly: Robert Rauschenberg combine material Fulton St. Studio. (bron: Rai News)

Zie ook de post van 21 mei 2013 (hk)

> Cy Twombly
> Robert Rauschenberg Foundation

Cy Twombly #6


Cy Twombly in his Lexington, Virginia studio in 2010. (bron: VCCA, foto: Craig Pleasants)


Cy Twombly: Studio, Lexington, VA, 2002.


Cy Twombly: Studio Lexington, 2002. (bron: arteditions.org)

> Cy Twombly

Yinka Shonibare #5


Yinka Shonibare in his London studio.

"Less than a decade ago, when Yinka Shonibare RA bought his studio fronting on to the Regent’s Canal in east London, the neighbourhood was still, in his words, “distinctly rough at the edges and slightly scary”. Now this area of Hackney is alive with artisan cafés and the whizz-ding sound of expensive bicycles speeding along the regenerated towpath. Shonibare is at the epicentre of urban gentrification. Elegant in sharp blue suit, he presumably set the trend rather than followed? He chuckles gently at the idea. “As if. This was always an area with a lot of studios and a lot of artists, still affordable back in 2008.” The building used to be a carpet warehouse.

Shonibare opened up the roof space, had the partition walls pulled down, sand-blasted the wood floor and instructed his architect to “renovate it so that it is still like a warehouse and feels as if nothing has been done”. Exposed brick, whitewash and a big skylight achieve exactly that. The first-floor space, airy and well ordered, is where he develops most of his projects, and where his team of three work. “And it’s where I meet with sculptors, costumiers, photographers, printmakers – the people I collaborate with.”

He draws and makes other work on paper either here, or at his studio at home in Bow. His series of prints about twins are displayed on the wall.
...." (bron: The Royal Academy of Arts)

> Yinka Shonibare

Annette Messager #4






















Annette Messager in her studio, Paris. Stills from the video "TateShots: Annette Messager – Studio Visit". (bron video: Tate | YouTube)

zondag, maart 20, 2016

Juan Uslé










Juan Uslé dans son atelier espagnol à propos de la réalisation de l'affiche Roland-Garros 2014, videostills. (bron video: cargopixel)


















Juan Uslé in zijn atelier, Saro, Cantabrië, Spanje. Stills uit de video. (bron video: Vimeo)