An inside look at the studio of an artist tells you a lot about them. Observing space says a lot about his personality, his life and his work. It is a place where ideas are born and work grows.
For many artists their studio is a sacred place where not everyone is welcome, where things may not be touched or moved. However, it is fascinating to watch these places. There is something in common in these studios that unites such diverse artists … I think it’s the passion for art and the desire to create. I invite you to take a look …
If you want to see artists’ studios:
– Pinterest: Search in artists’ studios.
– Blog dedicated solely to this subject www.atelierlog.blogspot.nl
– Book: “Casas de artistas. Acá viven-acá trabajan “Mónica Testoni y Florencia Gonzalez Alzaga
In alphabetical order, the studios of Henk Speth, Claude Monet. Miró, André Dubreuil, Giacometti, Chuck Close, Matisse, june Kaneke, Picasso, Frida Kahlo, Francis Bacon, Fred Fowler, Willem de Kooning and Tracey Emin.