Artists working from life
- contributors, Caroline Bugler [and nine others].
- London : Royal Academy of Arts, 
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- 159 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits (some color) ; 27 cm
- Includes bibliographical references (page 158).
From Michelangelo's marbles to photographic self-portraits, artists have always been fascinated by their creative encounters with the human body. Often a key part of their early training, drawing and sculpting from life goes on to inform their later work in unexpected and inspiring ways. This illuminating publication brings together interviews with over 15 artists from all disciplines, including painters, sculptors and conceptual artists, working in a variety of different media. Through their in-depth conversations with the artists, writers explore the many ways artists work 'from life': from Jeremy Deller's open life class with Iggy Pop as model to Jonathan Yeo's innovative use of 3D scanners and virtual reality. An introductory essay provides the historical context for a practice deeply rooted in artistic tradition. Generously illustrated with reproductions of the artists' work and photography of their working methods, this book upends all our prior assumptions about 'working from life'.
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- New York, NY : ARTBOOK/D.A.P., [date of distribution not identified]
- Published on the occasion of the special exhibition project 'From Life', held at Royal Academy of Arts, London, December 11 2017-March 11 2018.
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