From Hu­man to Di­vine

Harper's Bazaar Art (Indonesia) - - The News -

Stu­dio is a sa­cred place for an artist, a place where a tal­ent flows and turns into an ex­quis­ite mas­ter­piece to be en­joyed by other peo­ple. “I am go­ing to work,” said Pablo Pi­casso while he took a step and left the peo­ple around him, im­ply­ing that no one could dis­turb him when he was work­ing. Re­mem­ber­ing this in­ti­mate mo­ment, it is as­sumed that there were not many peo­ple who had the chance to wit­ness the be­hind the scene process of his art­works. How­ever, some pho­tog­ra­phers of Paris Match suc­cess­fully cap­tured the pre­cious mo­ment. Re­vealed ex­hi­bi­tion which was held in Sof­i­tel Ho­tel Bali gave Bazaar a chance to wit­ness the 30 mag­nif­i­cent pho­to­graphs that cap­ture the scenes where the most pop­u­lar artists of 20th cen­tury were work­ing on their chef d’oeu­vres. Some of them were Pablo Pi­casso, Henri Matisse, Joan Miro, Sal­vador Dali, Jeff Koons, Jean Cocteau, and Keith Har­ing.

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