Since the beginning of photography artists’ studios have fascinated photographers.
interiors and take portraits of fashionable artists, or focusing on the
creative movement, or seeing the studio as a metaphor for the birth of new
images, since the 19th century photographers have been continually
entering and exploring these spaces where works of art are created. Never
before has an exhibition focused on this photographic view of the studio on
such a large scale and in such a spectacular manner. Far from being an
exhaustive presentation of studio photographs from the beginning of the
practice, this exhibition will examine the persistence of such a fascination. Nearly
300 photographs will allow the public to come closer to the creative process of
the artist from Ingres, Picasso, Matisse, Bourdelle, Zadkine and Brancusi, to
Joan Mitchell, Miquel Barcelo and Jeff Koons.
CURATORS: Delphine Desveaux, In charge of the Roger-Viollet collections;
Françoise Reynaud, Curator of the photographic collections at the Carnavalet
Museum; Susana Gállego Cuesta, Curator of the photographic collection at the
Dans l'atelier, l'artiste photographié, d'Ingres à Jeff Koons <br />du 5 avril au 17 juillet 2016 <br />au Petit Palais <br /> <br />Depuis les débuts de la photographie, les ateliers d’artiste fascinent les photographes. <br /> <br />Plus d'informations : http://www.petitpalais.paris.fr/fr/expositions/dans-latelier