13 juli 2018

Marc Mulders #5

Atelier van Marc Mulders op het landgoed Baest bij Oirschot. (uit: The Moonlight Garden, uitg: Lecturis)

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Claes Oldenburg #9

Broome Street, New York City, 1976.

After fifteen years on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, I moved in 1971 to the West side of the island, taking over the Marine Engine Specialities Corporation on Broome Street. When I first saw the company's two adjoining five-storey buildings, they were filled with wooden models of propellers and other ship parts. These were soon replaced by all my work and archives.
Coosje's and my first task, on moving into the buildings in 1978, was to inventory the accumulated material and select what was worth keeping.
Coosje described the nature and limits of Broome Street execution in 1978: 'With the passage of time the contents of the studio grow in an organic way into a kind of city landscape thet reflects the world outside the studio through the accumulation of material such as ripped-out advertisements, maps, and small purchased and found objects. Besides this there are fragments of thoughts hastily typed or scribbled, sketches, 'studio objects', remnants of work processes, and an abundance of 'living' material: pieces of rope, metal and plastic wire, plaster, muslin, glue, styrofoam, foam rubber, canvas, kapok, staples etc. etc. Techniques used in the studio are purposely kept on the primitive level of a Robinson Crusoe. A broken compass has to be taped together before it can be used. Two strings serve as an aid in rendering perspective.'
(uit: A Bottle of Notes and Some Voyages, uitg: Rizzoli)

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12 juli 2018

Koen Broucke #4

Koen Broucke in zijn atelier, Bouchout, 2013. (bron: gesprekken met hedendaagse kunstenaars)

(Lees daar ook het interview met Koen Broucke door Hilde Van Canneyt (hk).)

(bron: Atelier Broucke, foto: Johan Jacobs)

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Koen Broucke #3









17-08-2014. (bron: ZNOR)




19-04-2017. (bron: pinterest)

Koen Broucke in zijn atelier, Boechout, België. (bron: Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België)

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11 juli 2018

(nieuw werk)

Harke Kazemier: The Studio, 2018.
acryl en lijm op doek /acrylic and glue on canvas
30 x 30 cm

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10 juli 2018

Malcolm Morley #3

Malcolm Morley in his studio, 2014(?).

(bron: Pocko, foto's: Kyoko Hamada)

Dexter Dalwood

Dexter Dalwood in seinem Atelier vor dem neuen Gemälde "Schweinebucht". (bron: Picclick)

Dexter Dalwood: Bay of Pigs , 2004.

Dexter Dalwood in his London studio, 2009. (bron: Art in America, foto: Sophie Ioannou)

Dexter Dalwood: Greenham Common , 2008.

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Kim David Bots #3

Atelier Kim David Bots, 2018(?). (bron: Trendbeheer)

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Kim David Bots #2

Kim David Bots, studio, 2018. (bron: Metropolis M)

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09 juli 2018

05 juli 2018

Kevin A. Rausch #2

Kevin A. Rausch’s studio. (bron: rebloggy)

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Fred Tomaselli #4

Fred Tomaselli in his Brooklyn studio, 2011. Stills from the video "Fred Tomaselli in the studio". (bron video: White Cube)

Kerry James Marshall #10

Kerry James Marshall in his studio in Chicago. (bron: Financial Times, foto: Lyndon French)

Kerry James Marshall in his Chicago studio, 2016. (bron: The New York Times, foto's: Whitten Sabbatini)

Kerry James Marshall #9

Kerry James Marshall’s Bronzeville studio.

Details of Kerry James Marshall’s Bronzeville studio. (bron: Artsy, foto's: Peter Hoffman)

Kerry James Marshall in his studio. (bron: Widewalls)