De Parijse ateliers in!

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Daniel Firman in his temporary studio in the Orangerie of a Parisian collector.

Parijse ateliers: duur en petit en daarmee lijkt vaak alles gezegd. Mwah. De afgelopen maanden heb ik hier veel kunstenaars bezocht. Die bezoeken brachten me van hartje centrum tot diep in de banlieue. Verschillende ateliersituaties kwam ik tegen: van poverte – het ontbreken van een atelier – tot extreme luxe – een residency bij een collectioneur.

> Read the full article, written for Dutch art magazine Kunstbeeld, here:

part 1 / 2:
http://www.kunstbeeld.nl/nl/weblog/3018/de-parijse-ateliers-in-deel-1-2.html

part 2 / 2:
http://www.kunstbeeld.nl/nl/weblog/3020/de-parijse-ateliers-in-deel-2-2.html

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Bernard Frize’s studio in the 20th arrondissement, close to Père Lachaise.

 

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Bernard Frize keeps one painting of each series for himself. A depot like a candy store.

Jean-Michel-Othoniel

Jean-Michel Othoniel’s studio is situated in the Marais: the trendy neighborhood where most galleries are situated. © Othoniel Studio

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Morgane Tschiember bought this former factory in La Courneuve-Aubervilliers.

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Two assistants help Morgane Tschiember with her work.

 

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Amélie Bertrand in front of the dynamic studiocomplex Le 6b in Saint-Denis.

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The bulldog guards Eva Nielsen’s house and studio in Montgeron-Crosne, the second ring around Paris.

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Matthieu Cherkit not only lives and works in his parental home in Saint-Cloud, it has also become the subject of his paintings.

Pier Stockholm

The studio has also penetrated the work of Pier Stockholm: ‘Prismatic’, photograph, 2012.

 

 

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