From the feature from artnet News on Marco Anelli’s series “Artist Studios New York”:

For those in love with the mythic lore of the artist’s studio, where cigarette smoke dances and unbridled creativity flows like wine, you’ll get your fix in Anelli’s book, which includes images of Jonas Mekas’s bohemian, book-filled den and the spooky, still-untouched studio apartment of legendary writer William S. Burroughs.

But for the most part, the studios look more modern, more real: they’re spacious and industrial, and often filled with assistants and rows of shelves. Often, they are simply in an artist’s apartment.

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