Art In America

Louise Lawler

at Metro Pictures,
519 West 24th St.

For her new show, "No Drones," Louise Lawler called on the services of children's book author and artist Jon Buller to create line drawings based on her own photographs of artworks—by Takashi Murakami, Lucio Fontana, Richard Artschwager, Jeff Koons and others—"in their working contexts," as the press release puts it, be it in museum galleries or private homes. The drawings are then printed in vinyl and mounted directly on the gallery walls. The result is a large-scale art history coloring book any adult should be proud to enjoy.

 

 

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