donderdag, oktober 27, 2016
woensdag, oktober 26, 2016
Stanley Whitney in his Parma studio, 2011, Italy. (foto: Eleanna Anagnos)
Stanley Whitney at his studio in Parma, Italy, 2012. (foto: Marina Adams)
View of Stanley Whitney's Cooper Square studio, 2015, New York. (foto: Richard Goldstein)
View of Stanley Whitney's Cooper Square studio, 2015, New York. (foto: Sarah Kurz)
Stanley Whitney in his Cooper Square studio, New York City, 2015. (bron: BOMB Magazine, foto: Richard Goldstein)
Stanley Whitney in studio, Columbus, Ohio, 1966.
Stanley Whitney's Cooper Square studio, New York, 1975. (foto: Stanley Whitney)
Stanley Whitney's Cooper Square studio with small paintings, 1979. (foto: Stanley Whitney)
Stanley Whitney in his Cooper Street studio, New York, 1983. (foto: Marina Adams)
Stanley Whitney in his studio, Rome, 1994. (bron: BOMB Magazine, foto:Athina Wannoy)
dinsdag, oktober 25, 2016
Stereoscopic portrait of Willem de Kooning, March 22, 1950. (bron: tout ceci est magnifique, foto: Max Margulis)
Eerder plaatste ik al één van de twee foto's, niet wetend dat het om een stereoscopische opname ging. Zie de post van 12 april 2013. (hk)
donderdag, oktober 20, 2016
Vivian Suter's studio, Panajachel, Guatemala.
"Since leaving Switzerland, in 1982, Vivian Suter’s work is closely bound up with the place where she has lived and worked since – Panajachel, Guatemala. Her studio at the Lake Atitlán was originally a coffee plantation, now overgrown with the avocado and mango trees that were first introduced to protect the coffee bushes. From the upper floor of the studio, Suter looks out over a subtropical landscape of lakes and volcanoes, whilst downstairs the views of dense vegetation turn her experience inwards. It is this environment, with its expressive fertility, that shapes her paintings. The images Suter produces are not realistic illustrations of the land, but partly abstract contemplations of an almost mystical relationship between the human and natural elements that are constantly at play there. Often, Suter leaves her works out in the open, where they are changed by the sun, wind, rain and mud. At least two times, following the hurricanes Stan (2005) and Agatha (2010) that ravaged Guatemala, the studio was flooded and the canvases marked by the height of the water and mud. All these events are present in the final paintings in ways that make them become diaries of their own making.
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Vivian Suter's rainforest studio, Panajachel, Guatemala. (bron: Ricola, foto Vivian Suter)
Vivian Suter, studio view, Panajachel, Guatemala, 2015.
Vivian Suter, studio view, Panajachel, Guatemala, 2016. (bron: elephantmag)
(bron: L'oeil de la photographie)
(bron: Gesellschaft Freunde der Künste)
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