Shop Talk: Artists and Their Studios

How does an artist’s studio shape thought and practice? What do artists want from the spaces in which they work? How have these places of creativity changed historically? Bringing Henri Matisse’s chromatic powerhouse "The Red Studio" together with all the works portrayed in it, the exhibition "Matisse: The Red Studio" serves as a prompt to reflect on artists’ working spaces. Join us and an exceptional group of artists and thinkers as we talk together about the importance of the studio as both an idea and a place of inspiration and work. Moderated by Ann Temkin, The Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture, and Leah Dickerman, Director of Research Programs