Photography by Pepe Cáceres
Illustrated by Daniel Chaskielberg
Designed by Andrés Sobrino
Prólogo: Antonio Dal Masetto
9.4 x 11.8 inches
Bilingual Spanish and English
kumquat.com.ar _publisher_ibooks_books_contact us HOMES AND STUDIOS OF ARGENTINA´S FINEST PAINTERS Text by Alejandra Longo Photography by Pepe Cáceres Design by Andrés Sobrino Prologue by Antonio Dal Masetto Hardcover 9.4 x 11.8 inches 192 pages ISBN 987-98460-0-1 Spanish / English HOMES AND STUDIOS OF ARGENTINA´S FINEST PAINTERS coverHOMES AND STUDIOS OF ARGENTINA´S FINEST PAINTERS, inside pagesHOMES AND STUDIOS OF ARGENTINA´S FINEST PAINTERS, inside pages This book’s goal is then to explore and discover some of the little secrets hidden in the studios´ of thirty of the finest Argentine painters. All these artists were chosen not only because of the quality of their work and because of their local or international fame, but also because of the bright spirit their homes and studios reflected upon those who visited them. The book is essentially a compilation of pictures since the overall idea is to reveal through images the artists´ personalities and share with them some of the intimacy of their homes and studios. As a perfect mix of art and living, each painter’s soul gets unfolded in any and all of the pictures.
The book’s main objective is to be able to penetrate each artist’s human shield and his natural reluctance to show himself in the intimacy of his workplace and to find out about his most loved objects in a way as close to reality as possible.
Carlos Alonso, Libero Badii, Jacques Bedel, Luis Benedit, Silvina Benguria, Miguel D´arienzo, Jorge Demirjián, Ana Eckel, León Ferrari, Rosana Fuertes, Nicolás García Uriburu, Mónica Girón, Carlos Gorriarena, Guillermo Kuitca, Pablo Larreta, Raúl Lozza, Marta Minujín, Adolfo Nigro, Luis Felipe Noé, Perez Celis, Rogelio Polesello, Liliana Porter (NY), Leopoldo Presas, Carlos Regazzoni, Josefina Robirosa, Guillermo Roux, Antonio Seguí (París), Clorindo Testa y Luis Wells.