Mary Jane Jacob, Michelle Grabner, "The Studio Reader: On the Space of Artists"
2010 | ISBN: 0226389618 | 328 pages | PDF | 4,5 MB
The image of a tortured genius working in near isolation has long dominated our conceptions of the artist’s studio. Examples abound: think Jackson Pollock dripping resin on a cicada carcass in his shed in the Hamptons. But times have changed; ever since Andy Warhol declared his art space a “factory,” artists have begun to envision themselves as the leaders of production teams, and their sense of what it means to be in the studio has altered just as dramatically as their practices.