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Inside the painter's studio

Autor: Joe Fig
Editorial: New York : Princeton Architectural Press, ©2009.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng) : 1st edVer todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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From the Publisher: "Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work."-Chuck Close. Inside an art gallery, it is easy to forget that the paintings there are the end products of a process involving not only creative inspiration, but also plenty of physical and logistical details. It is these "cruder," more mundane aspects of a painter's daily routine that motivated Brooklyn artist Joe Fig  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Interviews
Persona designada: Joe Fig; Joe Fig
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Joe Fig
ISBN: 9781568988528 1568988524
Número OCLC: 281098957
Descripción: 239 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Contenido: Preface --
Painter's studio: an artist's questionnaire --
Gregory Amenoff --
Ross Bleckner --
Chuck Close --
Will Cotton --
Inka Essenhigh --
Eric Fischl --
Barnaby Furnas --
April Gornik --
Jane Hammond --
Mary Heilmann --
Bill Jensen --
Ryan McGinness --
Julie Mehretu --
Malcolm Morley --
Steve Mumford --
Philip Pearlstein --
Matthew Ritchie --
Alexis Rockman --
Dana Schutz --
James Siena --
Amy Sillman --
Joan Snyder --
Billy Sullivan --
Fred Tomaselli --
Joe Fig interviews Joe Fig --
Acknowledgments --
About the artists.
Responsabilidad: Joe Fig.
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Resumen:

From the Publisher: "Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work."-Chuck Close. Inside an art gallery, it is easy to forget that the paintings there are the end products of a process involving not only creative inspiration, but also plenty of physical and logistical details. It is these "cruder," more mundane aspects of a painter's daily routine that motivated Brooklyn artist Joe Fig to embark almost ten years ago on a highly unorthodox, multilayered exploration of the working life of the professional artist. Determined to ground his research in the physical world, Fig began constructing a series of diorama-like miniature reproductions of the studios of modern art's most legendary painters, such as Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning. A desire for firsthand references led Fig to approach contemporary artists for access to their studios. Armed with a camera and a self-made "Artist's Questionnaire," Fig began a journey through the workspaces of some of today's most exciting contemporary artists. Inside the Painter's Studio collects twenty-four remarkable artist interviews, as well as exclusive visual documentation of their studios. Featured artists were asked a wide range of questions about their day-to-day creative life, covering everything from how they organize their studios to what painting tools they prefer. Artists open up about how they set a creative mood, how they choose titles, and even whether they sit or stand to contemplate their work. Also included are selections of Fig's meticulously detailed miniatures. In this context Fig's diminutive sculptures reproducing minutiae of the studio, from paint-tube labels and paint splatters on the floor to the surface texture of canvases become part of a fascinating new form of portraiture as diorama. Inside the Painter's Studio offers a rare look into the self-made universe of the artist's studio.

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