Sartorial | The Art Of Looking Like An Artist
By Katarina Pantelides
160 pages, 5.75” x 8”, Hardcover
Published x Laurence King
Ever wondered why Yayoi Kusama dresses in dots or dreamt of asking Picasso: why the Breton tee?
Enter sARTorial, a fun guide to the signature looks of 60 key artists from the 19th century to today. Short texts unpack the style essentials from icons such as Claude Monet to millennials including Tauba Auerbach, revealing how they construct their looks and why it reflects the works they create.
Featuring fantastic images of the artists in all their splendour, sARTorial is essential reading for anyone looking to decode the ‘drobe, and gain valuable insight into the cult of the artist.
Katerina Pantelides studied Russian ballet and the body at the Courtauld Institute of Art, where she also taught. She has written style-related pieces for several publications.