I love watching anything that shows an artist working. It’s fascinating to see their process, but also to see the environment in which they create.
BBC Four has a series, What Do Artists Do All Day, that documents a single day of various artists and gives an glimpse into their process.
Recently they showed sculptor Antony Gormley, known for exploring the relationship of the human body and the space it lives in. As much as anything I enjoyed seeing the space he works in – a studio designed by British architect David Chipperfield (who also did the St. Louis Art Museum addition).
All images are screen captures from the show, viewed online via the BBC iPlayer.