Marco Anelli: Artist Studios New York



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Marco Anelli


The artist’s studio occupies a unique place in the popular imagination. Its environment is both the site of the artist’s creative production, and a deeply private, personal space that nourishes and bears witness to the artist’s working process, in a continuous interplay with its location, layout, interior and ambience. This rare access to the studio by a trusted visitor provides a unique opportunity to experience the lives of artists working in New York, through their methods, materials and influences, contained within the intimate space of the studio, and observed with an acutely sensitive eye. Artist Studios in New York – which Marco Anelli has been exploring since 2011 – leads the viewer into the creative process of internationally famous artists such as Alex Katz, Alfredo Jaar, Cecily Brown, Dan Colen, Elisabeth Peyton, Francesco Clemente, Jack Pierson, Joan Jonas, Joyce Pensato, Jonas Mekas, Jordan Wolfson, Julian Schnabel, Julie Mehretu, Kiki Smith, Lawrence Weiner, Mariko Mori, Marina Abramovic, Matthew Barney, Mickalene Thomas, Nate Lowman, Pat Steir, Rob Wynne, Robert Longo, Stanley Whitney, Tony Oursler, Ugo Rondinone, Urs Fisher, Vik Muniz.

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Weight 1602 g
Dimensions 24.8 x 33 cm
Publisher name Damiani Editore
Publication date 12 August 2020
Number of pages 176
Format Hardback
Dimensions 24.8 x 33 cm
Weight 1602 g


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Marco Anelli is a Roman-born, New York-based photographer. After specializing in black and white photography and printing techniques in Paris, he started working on photographic projects that evolve over long periods of time. In 2010 Anelli took portraits of 1,545 participants in Marina Abramovi?'s performance at the MoMA in New York City (Portraits in the Presence of Marina Abramovi?, Damiani 2010). Building sites and their workers are the subjects of his recent research. In 2015 he completed A Simple Story, his project on the construction of the new Whitney Museum of American Art; and in 2017 he released Building Magazzino (Rizzoli), which documents the construction of Magazzino Italian Art in Cold Spring, NY.