Art Studio America
Contemporary Artist Spaces
- ISBN 9780500970539
- 32.00 x 25.00 cm
- With 597 illustrations
- First published 2013
This follow-up to the immensely successful Sanctuary surveys 115 American artists and the current American art scene
While the world may know their work well, these artists have rarely, if ever, allowed their personal landscapes to be seen in such an intimate manner.
‘… this extraordinary book gives a rare insight into the thoughts, dreams and ideas of the artists in the landscapes in which they work’ – Artdaily.com
‘An impressive, large format tome … its scope is breathtaking’ – theglassmagazine.com
‘An outstanding collection of candid portraits … exceptional … manufactured to the highest standards one expects from Thames & Hudson’ – f22 Magazine
‘At 600 pages, this book could easily break a bone if dropped, yet the size is indicative of the trouble it has taken Hossein Amirsadeghi to compile – and I for one am grateful for the commitment’ – The Art Newspaper
See the gallery from the book in the Financial Times Magazine
Essays by Robert Storr, Mark Godfrey and Ben Genocchio supplement the specially photographed artists’ profiles, which cover such established figures as Marina Abramovic, John Baldessari, Francesco Clemente, Chuck Close, John Currin, Rachel Feinstein, Jeff Koons, Richard Prince, Julian Schnabel, Kiki Smith and Bill Viola, as well as the up-and-coming new guard.
See the full list of artists
Hossein Amirsadeghi is a writer, publisher, editor and documentary film maker, and the driving force behind Sanctuary, Different Sames, New Vision, Istanbul Contrasts and Frozen Dreams, all published by Thames & Hudson. Maryam Eisler had executive editorial roles for Sanctuary, Unleashed and Art and Patronage.
Also of interest
Sanctuary: Britain's Artists and their Studios
Anselm Kiefer Studios
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Making Contemporary Art: How Today's Artists Think and Work
Commissioning Contemporary Art: A Handbook for Curators, Collectors and Artists
Show Time: The 50 Most Influential Exhibitions of Contemporary Art