Into the Studio

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Kate Bryan

From Alberto Giacometti and Francis Bacon to Ai Wei Wei and Jeff Koons, Into the Studio leads readers into the spaces both past and present in which the world’s great artworks are born. Whether paint-splattered and dishevelled (Bacon) or light-filled and immaculate (O’Keeffe), each of these rooms played or still plays an invaluable role in the creation of our most revered works. And each reveals much about the artist themselves, their chosen medium and tools, and their daily approach to creating (whether during the day/night, with collaborators or in solitude). Archive imagery will accompany text that combines both historical research and present day conversation with practicing artists (Gilbert & George, Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst) to provide an illuminating account of the creative process.
 

PRICE: $35.00 / Can$42.99 / £25.00

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FORMAT: Hardback

ISBN: 9780711242616

SIZE: 8.268 in x 9.843in / 210mm x 250 mm

PUBLISHED: October 12, 2021

Kate Bryan is an arts broadcaster, curator, mentor and writer. She is Head of Collections for Soho House & Co. globally and has written and presented television programmes for Sky Arts, Sky Arte Italia, BBC Two and BBC Four. She is a judge on the annual Sky Arts competition programmes Portrait Artist of the Year and Landscape Artist of the Year, and the author of The Art of Love (White Lion Publishing, 2019).

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