Studio visit

Maul, Tim

[Paris] : Onestar Press, 2000

Tiré du site Internet de Onestar Press: "Historically, artists studios in Manhattan range from cavernous silver factories to rented rooms where dust breeds.This photographic tour allows us to scrutinize an artists "workspace" in the absence of both the artist and art. An obsessive portrait in pictures imposes a narrative where we "visit" and "look" and possibly find evidence that a book cannot... Plus

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    Tiré du site Internet de Onestar Press: "Historically, artists studios in Manhattan range from cavernous silver factories to rented rooms where dust breeds.This photographic tour allows us to scrutinize an artists "workspace" in the absence of both the artist and art. An obsessive portrait in pictures imposes a narrative where we "visit" and "look" and possibly find evidence that a book cannot be judged by its cover. TM 5/00".