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Studio Sunday: Lara Schnitger

A photo of Lara Schnitger in her Los Angeles studio


Lara Schnitger was born in the Netherlands and has traveled throughout the world exhibiting her work. She is best known for sculptures made from fabrics, including found textiles. Schnitger currently divides her time between Los Angeles and Amsterdam. The studio pictured above is the artist’s Los Angeles space.


Schnitger’s studio is quite big, and here has a definitely warehouse-type aesthetic, with bare white walls and a high…

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Studio Sunday: Polly Morgan

A photo of Polly Morgan at work in her studio


This Sunday, let’s take a look inside the home studio of Polly Morgan. Morgan is a sculptor based in London. Taxidermy animals form the basis of Morgan’s sculptures, which tend to have a surreal yet allegorical sense about them.


Morgan’s studio might seem a little unnerving to some. As much of her work revolves around the medium of taxidermy, her studio is at any given time, full of animal remains. Morgan has a number of…

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Studio Sunday: Barnett Newman

A photograph of Barnett Newman in his studio


This Sunday, let’s step inside the studio of Barnett Newman. Newman is best known as a major artist of the American abstract expressionism movement, and one of the first artists to delve into color fields as a style of painting. Newman’s works are mostly vast in size, with the entire canvas often covered in a single color of paint, occasionally broken up by vertical lines that the artist called “zips.”


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Studio Sunday: General Idea

A photograph of General Idea's Toronto studio space


This Sunday, let’s look inside the studio and meeting space of Canadian art collective General Idea. General Idea comprised three artists: Felix Partz, Jorge Zontal and A.A. Bronson. They were active as a collective between 1968 and 1993, working in Toronto and New York.


Artistically, General Idea were highly conceptual, using formats like postcards, stamps, posters, balloons, often associated with advertising and popular media,…

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Studio Sunday: Jeanne Mammen

An image of Jeanne Mammen's home studio


Jeanne Mammen, our Studio Sunday artist this week, was a German artist who was active during the Weimar period of the early-20th century, which was marked by the production of slightly surreal and grotesque figurative painting and drawing. Mammen’s work often featured female figures and imagery of everyday life in Berlin.


Mammen’s work was denounced by Nazi’s during the Second World War, leading the artist to stop exhibiting…

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Studio Sunday: Francesco Climente

A photo of Francesco Climente in his New York studio


Our Studio Sunday artist this week is Francesco Climente. Climente was born in Naples, Italy, in 1952 and has spent much of his career working in both New York and Varanasi, India. His artwork tends to be introspective, exploring the artist’s own evolving sense of self and encouraging viewers to do the same.


The studio pictured above is expansive, and surprisingly sparse. Given Climente’s vast range of influences I might have…

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Studio Sunday: Henri Matisse

A photo of Henri Matisse's studio


This week’s Studio Sunday artist is Henri Matisse. Matisse was a French artist, known in his earlier years as a highly experimental painter and later upheld as one of the forefathers of modern art. The artist spent most of his life living and working in the city of Nice.


Matisse’s studio space here has a lovely, homey feeling to it. The photo is completed with the artist’s wheelchair, right where it probably would have sat…

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Studio Sunday: Philip Guston

A photo of Phillip Guston's art studio


Philip Guston was an American painter who was one of the leaders in the move from abstract expressionism into neo-expressionism. Guston’s works were, fittingly, often loosely figurative and borrowed imagery and stylistic mannerisms from the cartoons and pop-art of the 1960’s.  


Guston’s studio looks rather stark in these photos. Perhaps it’s just the nature of the black and white images, but the space seems to be kept…

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Studio Sunday: Andy Goldsworthy

A photo of Andy Goldsworthy working on a large clay ball


Studio Sunday artist Andy Goldsworthy is known for his site-specific works of land art. Goldsworthy currently lives and works in Scotland, often working outdoors in the environment that he is opting to manipulate for a given art piece.


Goldsworthy is pictured here working on a specific project with a number of assistants. The project, called the Alderney Stones project, encompasses a number of artworks that take the form of giant…

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Studio Sunday: Deborah Kass

A photo of Deborah Kass' art studio


Our Studio Sunday feature this week is Deborah Kass. Kass is a contemporary American artist who utilizes mixed media and appropriative imagery to explore pop art, art history and identity.


Kass’ studio looks beautiful in this photo – well lit, and clean with nice wood flooring. I like the way that the artist’s works fit into the space, as well. At first glance, this studio space almost looks like just a living room in…

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Studio Sunday: Rob Pruitt

A photo of Rob Pruitt in his studio


This week, let’s take a look inside the studio of Rob Pruitt. Pruitt works across a wide variety of media, to the point where he isn’t particularly associated with one artistic material. The artist currently lives and works in New York City, and has had his work shown locally and internationally.


Rob Pruitt’s studio looks very efficient, and is lit more like a warehouse or factory than an artist’s studio. Naturally the…

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Studio Sunday: Hans Hartung

A photo of the studio interior of Hans Hartung


Hans Hartung was a German-French abstract painter who was best known for large canvases composed of dynamic abstract lines and splatters that he painted with an airbrush tool. Hartung shared this studio space and property in Antibes, France with his wife and fellow artist Ava Bergman.


Hartung’s studio has the most natural light I’ve ever seen in a studio space. With tall ceilings and an entire glass window wall, the space…

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Studio Sunday: Mari Andrews

A photo of Mari Andrews' sculpture studio


It’s studio Sunday, and we’re looking inside the studio space of Mari Andrews. Andrews is an American sculptor known for her wall-hanging sculptures that incorporate traditional construction materials as well as natural objects and detritus.


Given how well Andrews’ practice lends itself to experimentation, it’s no surprise that one wall of her studio is completely covered in these strange, intriguing sculptural objects.…

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Studio Sunday: Claire Basler

A photograph of Clare Basler's art studio


Claire Basler is a French painter known for her flowy, magically realistic paintings of flowers and foliage. The artist is located in Paris, where she lives in a formerly abandoned chateau that’s been converted into a home and art studio.


The artist’s studio is charmingly filled with living plants. They seem to serve as a reference and inspiration, as well as a simple way of cheering up the space. Basler reportedly creates the…

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Studio Sunday: Paul Cezanne

A photo of Paul Cezanne's preserved studio


On today’s studio Sunday let’s look inside the former workspace of famed French artist Paul Cezanne. During his lifetime, Cezanne was known for his post-impressionistic paintings of 19th-century life in France as well as still-lifes. Cezanne’s former studio, built at the artist’s request on an isolated hill just outside of Aix-en-Provence, France, is now preserved as a museum exhibit dedicated to the artist.


While it’s…

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