Behind the Scenes: Anselm Kiefer’s Studio at Barjac
The artist Anselm Kiefer moved to Barjac, near Nîmes in the south of France, in 1992. Over time, his home and studio complex there – built on the site of an abandoned silk factory – expanded to include a series of extraordinary interventions in the landscape. In this video, join Royal Academy Artistic Director Tim Marlow for a look inside the artist’s massive “gesamtkunstwerk.” This video was produced by the Royal Academy of Arts.
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