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In the Studio by John Elderfield

In the Studio

by John Elderfield

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0714870269, Hardcover)

A publishing collaboration between Gagosian Gallery and Phaidon.

An in‐depth study of painters’ and photographers’ studios with examples from the sixteenth through the twentieth centuries.

Introductory essays and catalogue entries on individual works by two experts in their respective fields – John Elderfield for In the Studio: Paintings and Peter Galassi for In the Studio: Photographs.

An invaluable and unprecedented art historical resource that will also appeal to a general audience.

The slipcased two‐book set accompanies simultaneous exhibitions, one each on painting and photography, at Gagosian Gallery’s New York locations, open February 17–April 18, 2015.

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