donderdag, november 30, 2017

Max Liebermann #4


Max Liebermann: Das Atelier in Wannsee, 1932.

Zie ook de post van 23 maart 2013. (hk)

Mariëtte van Erp


Atelier, 2015. (bron: Mister Motley)





Atelier van Mariëtte van Erp, Gemert. (bron: kunstinzicht)

(bron: mariettevanerp|exto)


Mariette van Erp, Gemert. (bron: Artist In The World, foto: Andre Smits)

> Mariëtte van Erp

Katherine Bradford #5


Katherine Bradford: Red Studio Brooklyn, 2016. (bron: CANADA)

> Katherine Bradford | Instagram

Edith Snoek


Edith Snoek in haar atelier. (bron: Edith Snoek, foto: Andre Smits)

> Edith Snoek

woensdag, november 29, 2017

John Sloan #5


John French Sloan, New York, 1947. (bron: il io angelo, foto: Berenice Abbott)

Ed Ruscha #7


Ed Ruscha in his Studio, Venice, California, 2005. (bron: creative boom, foto: Laura Wilson)

> Ed Ruscha

Ed Ruscha #6


Ruscha in his Culver City studio.


Ruscha in his library.




There is a small orchard and garden behind the studio.


An area of stretching canvas and packing artwork.


The façade of Ruscha's studio. (bron: monocle)

> Ed Ruscha

dinsdag, november 28, 2017

Douglas Gordon #2


Scottish artist Douglas Gordon in his Berlin studio. (bron: Ruthie Abel Projects)


Douglas Gordon in his studio. (bron: artslant, foto: Jennifer Osborne)


"Gordon’s studio looks quite stark and has the appearance of a warehouse or a garage. I can’t see any traditional art supplies laying around – in fact, the space looks quite clean. The first thing that catches my attention is, of course, the taxidermy wolf that sits atop a piano behind Gordon in this photo (zie voor de foto de post van 16 januari 2017 (hk)). The piano may be part of a piece created in 2014 with pianist Helene Grimaud, in which Grimaud played the piano in a massive training hall while the space slowly filled with water. The wolf, however, has long been a fixture in Gordon’s studio. It’s a really interesting fixture – I think it would be great as an inspiration, or possibly as a somewhat unnerving motivator to keep working!

Gordon is somewhat known for his burned portraits, often of celebrities and famous artists. The below picture shows the artist burning what might be piano music. It seems like there’s definitely an element of risk in creating these works, although the floor of the studio seems well suited to this sort of art-making. I’m quite taken with the dark, somewhat aggressive atmosphere that Gordon’s studio cultivates. Like some of our own artists who experiment in film, Gordon has a flair for the dramatic. Perhaps the shelving in the back of the photo is full of chopped up film, or additional portraits for burning."
(bron: artistrunwebsite)

Helen Frankenthaler #8


Helen Frankenthaler in her East 83rd St. Studio, New York. (bron: KCRW, foto: Edward Youkilis)

> Helen Frankenthaler Foundation

maandag, november 27, 2017

(nieuw werk)


Harke Kazemier: Four Attempts to cross the Ocean, 2017.
olie en (kleur)potlood op doek/ oil and (colored)pencil on canvas
150 x 150 cm.

> Harke Kazemier
> Harke Kazemier | facebook

Tal R #9










































Tal R, while he was in the process of making his grand series of nine enormous railcar-paintings, ‘Habakuk’, 2016-2017. Stills from the video "TAL R :" by Kasper Bech Dyg and Marc-Christoph Wagner. (bron video: YouTube)

T/m 21 januari is in Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam de grote overzichtstentoonstelling "Academy of Tal R" te zien met o.a. de Habakuk serie. Tal R is wat mij betreft één van de interessantste schilders van dit moment en daarmee is de tentoonstelling in Rotterdam voor iedere kunstliefhebber eigenlijk een "must see". (hk)

> Tal R

Frank Stella #12














Frank Stella in his studio, Rock Tavern, New York. (bron: Medium, foto's: Patrik Sehlstedt)