Larry Krone CV


Born in 1970 in Chicago

Raised in St. Louis

Lives and works in New York City 



Attended New York University  (BS 1993) and The Art Institute of Florence.






Caldera Artist in Residence


MacDowell Colony Fellowship




NYFA Fellowship in Interdisciplinary Arts


Joe’s Pub “Pub Club” Artist in Residence, New York

LMCC Process Space Residency, Governors Island, New York


Millay Colony Residency


MacDowell Colony Fellowship


MacDowell Colony Fellowship


NYFA Fellowship in Crafts

Hot Iron Press Visiting Artist (with the Ford Foundation), New Orleans


Peter S. Reed Foundation


Ceramica Contemporania Factory Residency, Guadalajara, Mexico


Solo and two-person exhibitions


The Best, Best Everything, Sheldon Art Galleries, St. Louis

The Selling Sound of Country Music, projects+gallery, St. Louis

Mean, Vicious, Wild, Whitebox ATX, Austin, TX


Larry Krone: Together Again, Pierogi, New York


Here I Am, PTSL Gallery, St. Louis


Larry Krone’s Contemporary Country Music Museum (New View project space),  curated by  Sue Spaid, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore


Then and Now, Theatrelab/The Secret City, NYC

Stranger in My Mirror, Front Gallery, New Orleans


Larry Krone’s Campfire Exposition, Museum of Contemporary Craft/PICA, Portland

Love is in the Air, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR


Artist/Entertainer, curated by S. Fitzgerald, Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis (cat.)

Love is in the Air, Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis


The Grand Tour, William Shearburn Fine Arts, St. Louis


Crazy, Mark Pasek Gallery, New York (cat.)

Deep (two-person w/ Bruno Pelassy), Mark Pasek Gallery, New York


Patches, Croxhapox, Gent, Belgium


To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before, curated by M. Watkin, Forum for Contemp. Art, STL (cat.)

Larry Krone & Karen Kimmel, Clifford Smith Gallery, Boston

Circular Circle (two-person w/ Dianna Frid), P.S. 122 Gallery, NYC


Wanted:, Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, NYC

I’ll Never Break Your Heart, AUTOMATIC Art Gallery, Chicago

Corinne Carlson and Larry Krone, The Or Gallery, Vancouver


Lonely, Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery, Berlin

Margaritaville, North Gallery, Ringling School of Art & Design, Sarasota, FL


Group Exhibitions


Chosen Family, curated by Sara Reisman, 8th Floor Gallery, NYC


It’s Not You, It’s Me: A Declaration of Independence, curated by Michael Drummond, The Sheldon Art Galleries, St. Louis


Repair and Design Futures, curated by Kate Irvin, RISD Museum, Providence, RI

A Concentration of Power, curated by Alexander Gorlizki, Joost van den Bergh, London


Pierogi 20 Years, Pierogi, Brooklyn

Queer Threads: Crafting Identity & Community, curated by John Chaich, Leslie Lohman Gallery, NYC


Unhinged, Pierogi, NYC

Sous nos yeux, curated by Georgia Kotretsos, La Kunsthalle, Mulhouse, France

Folks I Like, curated by Bobby Lucy, Dixon Place Gallery, NYC

Doing Pennants, curated by Paul Evans, 5th Floor Gallery, LA


LOL: A Decade of Antic Art, curated by Sue Spaid, Contemp. Museum, Baltimore

Mixed Messages, curated by John Chaich, la MaMa Gallery, NYC

WILLIAMSBURG2000, curated by Larry Walczak, Art 101, Brooklyn, NY


Last Call, PS122 Gallery, NYC

Ten Years Hunting – [The Trophy Room], Parker’s Box, Brooklyn, NY

The Slinger, Boots Contemporary Art Space, St. Louis

The PDA Show, curated by Laura Sharp Wilson, various sites, Salt Lake City, UT


Stage II, curated by Wayne Northcross, The Project Gallery, NYC


intransit, curated by Omar Lopez Chahoud, Moti Hasson Gallery, NYC

20|08. Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis

40 Artists: Small Scale, Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis


Well Dressed, curated by Meridith McNeal, Nathan Cummings Foundation, NYC

The Sloganeers, curated by Liz Flyntz, DCAC, Washington DC

Red Badge of Courage, curated by Omar Lopez Chahoud, NCA, Newark, NJ

Between What is Said and Not Said, Red Dot Contemporary, W. Palm Beach, FL

The HandMaking, curated by Amy Lipton, Abington Art Center, Jenkintown, PA

Come One, Come All, curated by Summer Guthery & Sophie Landres, 3rd Ward, Bklyn


Pulse Miami Art Fair, Freight & Volume (New York), Miami Beach

You have to be almost gifted to do what I do., Alexander & Bonin, NYC

Things We Love, Clifford Smith Gallery, Boston

10 Curatorial Perspectives, curated by Wayne Northcross, Haven Arts, Bronx, NY


Reconfigure, Pierogi 2000, Brooklyn, NY

My Life Began at Conception, curated by Annika Sundvik, Snakeshow, NYC


New American Story Art, eyewash @ Parker’s Box, NYC

Workspaces and Windows, Jamaica Center for Art & Learning, NYC


Mama’s Boy, curated by Jane Harris, White Columns, NYC

 NADA Art Fair, curated by Mary Spirito, The Lincoln, Miami Beach


Salon Style, Clifford Smith Gallery, Boston

Five by Five, curated by Shamim Momin, Whitney Museum at Philip Morris, NYC

Hash Brown Potatoes, curated by Omar Lopez Chahoud, Smack Mellon Studios, Bklyn

Power Ballads, Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery


The Brewster Project, curated by Christopher K. Ho, Brewster, NY

All American, curated by Ellen Altfest, Bellwether, NYC

Paper, Mark Pasek Gallery


Off the Record (Music in Art), curated by S.Horodner, Bucknell Gallery, Lewisburg, PA

“Representing”: A Show of Identities, I. Schaffner, Parrish Art Museum, Southamptn, NY

I Saw Stars, curated by Leslie Brack, Momenta Art, NYC

Almost Warm and Fuzzy, Tacoma Art Museum, Washington; P.S. 1, N Y (2001)

Sidelong Glance, curated by Omar Lopez Chahoud, im n il, NYC

Superduper New York, Pierogi 2000, NYC

Deterritorialization of Process, curated by Michael Joo, Artists Space, NYC


Souvenirs/Documents, PS122 Gallery, NYC

Art For Park, Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY

Nobodies Home, curated by Peter Scott, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY


Overcoat curated by Jesse Bercowetz, various public sites, NYC

A la fabrica (To the Factory), Fabrica de Ceramica de Tlaquepaque, Mexico

Summer Show, Debs & Co., NYC

Materialism, curated by Katie Gass, The Art Store, NYC

Still, De Chiara/Stewart, NYC

Second New York State Biennial, NYC State Museum, Albany (catalog)

Shake, PS 122 Gallery, NYC

May 17, 1998, curated by Anton Vidokle, Cold Spring, NYC

Whatareyanutz? Curated by Matt Muro, Knitting Factory, NYC

Posted @ Beret, Beret International Gallery, Chicago (on-line catalog, il.)

Fold it Into a Box, Space 2D, NYC


Know New York , Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, Oregon

First Look , Downtown Arts Festival, NYC

Current Undercurrent , Brooklyn Museum, NYC

International Photography Fair, SoHo Grand Hotel, NYC

Existing Things, curated by Anton Vidokle, Paco das Artes, Sao Paolo, Brazil (catalog)

The Power of Words and Signs, Index Gallery, Osaka, Japan/ 8th Floor Gallery,NY

Your Home is an Ideal Place For Crying, Bedroom Gallery Bathroom Gallery, Paris

Benefit Auction, New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC


Suture, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn

 A Labor of Love, curated by Marcia Tucker, New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC

Time Wise, curated by Carin Kuoni, The Swiss Institute, NYC

Romper Room, Threadwaxing Space, NYC / Diverseworks, Houston (1997)

Reader, curated by Katie Gass, Curt Marcus Gallery, NYC

B.F.K.L.T. , curated by Susie Kravets, Silverstein Gallery, NYC

3rd annual Gramercy Art Fair, Rupert Goldsworthy Suite, NYC

Austerity Measures, 214 Lafayette, NYC

Monchengladbachconcert , Annika Sundvik Gallery, NYC

Fancy, curated by Karen Kimmel, Pilot Arts, NYC

So You Wanna be a Rock & Roll Star, curated by Dominic Molon, MCA, Chicago

A few bright seconds, curated by Bradley Rubenstein, VOID, NYC

Pet Paintings, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston

The Art (S)exchange, Kunst Editions New York Space, NYC

Facades, Relics, and Meditations, Beyond the Horizon Gallery, Nashville


Imaginary Beings, EXIT ART/ The First World, NYC

 On Beyond The Book, curated by Mel Watkin, Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis

Petty Schemes and Grand Designs, 319 Grand Street,NYC

ObcKession, TZ’ART & Co. Gallery, NYC                            

Come (and get it), curated by Catherine Spencer, Radix Gallery, Phoenix

The Drawing Show, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston


Selections Fall ‘94: INSTALLATIONS, The Drawing Center, NYC

Small Works, Sculpture Center, NYC

BLAST Art Benefit, TZ’ART & Co. Gallery, NYC


10″x10″x10″, TZ’ART & Co. Gallery, NYC

Beyond Body: Animate & Inanimate, 494 Gallery, NYC


Performances and Installations


Beyond Repair, RISD Museum, Providence, RI


Who or What I Am, Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater, NYC


Sewin’ Love, Ideas City Festival, New Museum/Joe’s Pub, NYC

Shit, Motherfucker, Goddam, Union Hall, Brooklyn


Drink & Draw with House of Larréon, BRIC Arts Media, Brooklyn

Beauteous Creatures, The Basement Bar, Brooklyn

Radigan Roundup, 12th Street Bar & Grill, Brooklyn


A Taste Of Romance (with Jim Andralis), Sid Gold’s Request Room, NYC

An Evening with Larry Krone and Diamond Stud, Blueberry Hill, St. Louis

Me Loving You, Afterglow Festival, Provincetown, MA

You, Me, and Tonight, White Box ATX, Austin, TX

Queerly Southern, Under St. Marks, New York

Music Moves New York, Joe’s Pub outdoor stage, New York


Larry Krone and Family: Together Again, Joe’s Pub, NYC


Cinco de Frisco, BrainWash, San Francisco

I’m Always Changing, Hunter MFA Building, NYC

Forget my Name, Café Chillo, Brooklyn


Tears Tell the Story, Otto’s Shrunken Head, NYC

Our Hit Parade, Joe’s Pub, NYC


Not Enough Birds!, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore

It’s the Song (with Jim Andralis), The Secret City/Dixon Place, NYC

Our Hit Parade, Joe’s Pub, NYC


The Picture of Dorian Gray, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn

Saturated Laughter, Grace Exhibition Space, Brooklyn

The Art World Home Companion (with Pablo Helguera), Smack Mellon, Bklyn

The Slinger, Boots Contemporary Art Space, St. Louis

Our Hit Parade, Joe’s Pub, NYC


Don’t Tell, with Hand2mouth Theatre, La MaMa, NYC

X-Mas in Nickyland, La Mama, NYC

Our Hit Parade, Joe’s Pub, NYC

Country Cuzins hosted by Lindy Loo, Banjo Jim’s, NYC

All the People You Love hosted by Greg Walloch, Dixon Place, NYC

The Meaning of Stay (Clint Michigan CD Release), Living Room, NYC

HELP!, The Front Gallery, New Orleans, LA

I Never Go Around Mirrors (RefleXXXions), The Project Gallery, NYC


Our Hit Parade, Zipper Theatre, NYC

Neal Medlyn Rises Again, La Mama, NYC

Atlantis, Barracuda NYC

Angel Wings, Barracuda, NYC

Come on Over, Vlada, NYC

Wake up to God, Rodeo Bar, NYC


CMJ festival Kiam Showcase, Living Room, NYC

Act Now!, Judson Church, NYC

TBA/The Works, Someday Bar & Lounge, Portland, OR

It’s Hard to Live, Mo Pitkin’s, NYC

Hillbilly Hayride, Hill Country, NYC

Don’t Please, Sound Fix Records, Brooklyn, NY


Something Beautiful, Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis

I Got It Made, Pete’s Candy Store

You Wanna Make Something of it?, Blueberry Hill, Duck Room, St. Louis

American Made, Tonic, NYC

Art Jam, Galapagos, Brooklyn, NY

Over the Rainbow, Love Can Build a Bridge, Monkey Town, Brooklyn, NY

Y’all Ready for This?, La Mama, NYC

Pray For You, Starlight Bar & Lounge, NYC

Happy Birthday Dear Heartache, Starlight Bar & Lounge,  NYC


Heads Carolina, Tails California, Joe’s Pub, NYC

LOA, Dixon Place, NYC

Getting Rid of Today, Artists Space, NYC

Automatic Vaudeville, Ars Nova, NYC

Our Lives Have Just Begun, Starlight Bar & Lounge, NYC

Jamcrack What? Starlight Bar & Lounge, NYC

Endless Love, Sidewalk Café, NYC


Tumblin Down, Living Room, NYC

In My Next Life, Parker’s Box, NYC

Always, Fez, NYC

Jamcrack, Starlight Bar & Lounge, NYC

Take Me Back, William Shearburn Fine Arts, St. Louis

Take Me Back, Starlight Bar & Lounge, NYC

Larry Krone, Starlight Bar & Lounge, NYC


Meaning of Stay, Starlight Bar & Lounge, NYC

Joystick, Parkside Lounge, NYC


A Night Of Entertainment w/ Guy Richards Smit, apexart, NYC

It’s All Right to Cry, The Living Room, Better Days Project, Hamburg, Germany

I Won’t Take Less Than Your Love, Mercer Union Performance Festival, Toronto

Soundcheck, Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC

More Love Hours (no charge). Whitney Museum of American Art Philip Morris, NYC

The Grand Tour, Shearburn Fine Arts/Blueberry Hill’s Duck Room, St. Louis


I Can’t Do Anything, Iron Horse, Brewster, NY

A Night of Shooting Stars w/ Rodney Graham, Vancouver Performance Festival, BC


An Evening With Larry Krone and Family, Mark Pasek Gallery, NYC

15 Minutes 2000 (The Art of Change) with Danny Tisdale, Franklin Furnace. NY

Only Make Believe, Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY


Commitment, P.S. 122, NYC                                   

 And I Will Always Love You (over and over) (installation), P.S. 122 gallery, NYC

Patches, Croxhapox, Gent,  Belgium


Love Can Build A Bridge, Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis(cat.)

Hecho en Mexico, Fabrica de Ceramica de Tlaquepaque, Mexico

Coat of Many Colors, Clifford Smith Gallery, Boston

Timber, I’m Falling in Love, Angel Orensanz Foundation, NYC


Bathroom Jamboree, Gramercy International Art Fair, NYC

Someday, New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC

Baby, I Lied (installation),Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis


Wanted:, Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, NYC

Don’t Fall In Love With Me, Cafe Noir, NYC


…And I Will Always Love You (installation), TZ’ART & Co. Gallery, NYC


Costumes/Set Design


Hand2Mouth Theater Company’s Dream|Logic (scenic design), Alberta Abbey, Portland, OR


Hand2Mouth Theater Company’s Psychic Utopia (scenic design), NEW, Portland, OR

Bridget Everett/Michael Patrick King/Bobcat Goldthwait’s “Love You More” pilot (featured costume), Amazon network


Amber Martin’s “Janis: Undead” (costumes), The Cutting Room, NYC, and touring


Neal Medlyn’s “In the Champagne Room” (Set and Costumes), New York Live Arts, NYC, and touring

Bridget Everett: Gynecological Wonder (Associate Producer, Gowns), Red Hour Productions, Comedy Central


Neal Medlyn’s “King” (costumes), The Kitchen, NYC, and touring

Bridget Everett’s “Rock Bottom” (costumes), Joe’s Pub, NYC


Adrienne Truscott’s “…Too Freedom…” (costumes and set), The Kitchen, NYC, and touring

Neal Medlyn’s “Wicked Clown Love” (costumes), The Kitchen, NYC, and touring

Mr. Murray Hill’s New Year’s Eve (set), The Knitting Factory, NYC

Jenn Harris’ “Sexy and I Know it” (costume and props), Joe’s Pub, NYC


Adrienne Truscott’s “ha: a solo” (costume), Danspace Project @ St. Mark’s Church, NYC


Exclusive designer for Bridget Everett, international cabaret performer, actor and comedienne


Kenny Mellman, Bridget Everett, Neal Medlyn  “Our Hit Parade” (costumes), Joe’s Pub, NYC


Kenny Mellman’s “I’ve got a Bulletproof Heart” (costume), Speigeltent, Melbourne, Australia


Costume designer for my own cabaret duet act with Jim Andralis


Larry Krone and Family (costumes and sets) 




Mentor, Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program, New York Foundation for the Arts

Panelist for Marketing seminar, New York Foundation for the Arts

Panelist for DIY seminar, New York Foundation for the Arts


Mentor, Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program, New York Foundation for the Arts


New Art in The Neighborhood, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

Innovations in Textiles 10 Lecture, The Sheldon Art Galleries, St. Louis


Queer Threads walkthroughs with Todd Oldham and Costello Tagliapietra, Leslie Lohman, NYC


Artists’ presentation to Visual AIDS boards, La MaMa La Galleria, NYC


NYFA fellowship lecture, Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY

Juror for the Grebstein Award at Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY


Visiting Artist Lecture, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, OR

Pop! Crash! Boom! Panel discussion for PICA’s TBA:07, PNCA, Portland, OR


Visiting Artist Lecture and MFA student advisory, Webster University, St. Louis

Visiting Artist Lecture and MFA student advisory, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

New Art in The Neighborhood, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

Adult & Teen Workshop, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis


Artists and Youth (Youth Insights program),  Whitney Museum of Am. Art                                                                                                                                                                        

Visiting Artist Lecture, School of Education, NYU, NYC


Gallery Walk, P.S. 1, NYC

Visiting Artist Lecture, I.S. 49/Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn


Artists’ Talk, Artists Space, NYC

Visiting Artist Lecture, Parsons School of Art & Design, NYC


Visiting Artist Lecture, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, NYC


Visiting Artist Lecture, Webster University, St. Louis

New Art in the Neighborhood, Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis

Returning Artist Series, University City School District (several educational

workshops and lectures at all grade levels throughout the district), St. Louis

Gallery Walk, De Chiara/Stewart, NYC


Doll Workshop, New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC

Presentation to Docents and Security Staff, New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY


Gallery Talk, Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis

Visiting Artist Lecture, Webster University, St. Louis


Artists’ Talk, The Drawing Center, NYC




T. Lee Brown, The Nugget Newspaper, “Sequins and Masculinity: the art of Larry Krone,” Feb. 19


Alexis Soloski, NY Times, “Bridget Everett Gets Fitted for a Flaming ‘Tina Turner’ Dress,” Nov. 23

Jill Krementz, New York Social Diary, “…the Launch of Ursula,” Dec. 7


EDNA – A Journal of The Millay Colony for the Arts, Issue 7, p. 24, 25

2016, “11 of Bridget Everett’s Open Tabs,” July 1

Scott Free, Homolatte Podcast, “David Clement/Larry Krone/Jim Andralis,” July 19

René Treviño, BmoreArt, “Loud, Proud, Warm, and Fuzzy,” Jan 14 (il.)

Todd Oldham, John Chaich, Queer Threads catalog


Larry Krone, Look Book, (self published; Todd Oldham, Shanta Thake, Bridget Everett contributors)

Julie Seabaugh, The Village Voice online, “Designer Larry Krone’s New Book is a Love Letter…”, Dec 1, “Larry Krone’s LOOK BOOK Launch at 42West in NYC,” Nov 12

Stephanie Simon,, “Your Weekend Starts Now,” Nov 12

T. Michelle Murphy,, “10 Things to do in NYC this Week,” Nov. 12-18, Nov 12

Brooke Foster, RFT online, “Larry Krone: The Best, Best Everything,” Oct 1

Aine O’Connor, St. Louis Public Radio, “St. Louis Native Larry Krone Examines…,” Oct 2

Wayne Northcross, New York Observer online, “…Glamorous Hilarity for a Good Cause,” Apr 8

Curtis Wong, Huffinton Post, “…’Look Book’ Spotlighting Costumes and Couture,” Apr 16, “House of Larreon: the fabulous Fashion of Larry Krone,” Apr 20

Caitie Hawthorne, Bedford & Bowery, “For MMNY, Joe’s Pub Brought Out the Country, Klezmer…”

EDNA – A Journal of The Millay Colony for the Arts, Issue 5, p. 57


Holland Cotter, The New York Times, “Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community, Feb 20

Kathleen Hanna,, Artist of the Week Larry Krone, Sept 3

Larry Krone [on] Buzz Slutzky, Uncompromising Tang, May 3

Sharon Butler, “These Threads are Queer,” Two Coats of Paint, March 6

Erin Rachel Hudak [on] Larry Krone, Uncompromising Tang, Feb 5

Buzz Slutzky, “Working it & Paying to Watch,” Helix Queer Performance Network, Jan


Jane Harris, “Country Time,” Art in America, Dec 30

Bradley Rubenstein, “Larry Krone + Bradley Rubenstein,” Culture Catch, Oct 31

Bradley Rubenstein, “Watch That Man: Interview with Larry Krone,” ArtSLANT, Sept 30


Laura Elizabeth Barone, “Larry Krone: Here I Am at PSTL,” Temporary Art ReviewMay 3

Jessica Baran, “Here I Am Closes,” The Riverfront Times, May 10

Ivan Talijancic, “A journey through the looking glass with Adrienne Truscott at The Kitchen in New York,” bachtrack, Dec 13

Andrew Boynton, “CAN YOU STARE AT ME FOR A LONG TIME?” The New Yorker, Dec 21

Claudia La Rocco, “Ennobling Many Forms of Work and Creation…,” New York Times, Dec 10

Liz Filardi, “Neal Medlyn’s Post-Ironic ICP Portrayal,” Un_Collapse, Feb 6


Alex Ebstein, Shenanigans, Baltimore City Paper, July 20

Holland Cotter, “MIXED MESSAGES: A(I)DS, Art + Words,” New York Times, June 23

Seth Clark Silberman,“Learning to read Mixed Messages for Visual AIDS,” The Archive 39 (il.) Logan Hill, “Hypothetical Gaga,” New York Magazine online, May 9 (2 illustrations)

Sandy Hill, Mountains (il.)


Bradley Rubenstein, “Every Picture Tells a Story,” Dusty Wright’s Culture Catch

Steven Kaplan, “Helguera’s Art World Home Companion,” What Goes Around Comes Around


Paddy Johnson, “Stage II at The Project Receives Undue Love,” Art Fag City, Feb. 4

Marisa Olson, “In the Round,” Rhizome at the New Museum, Feb. 3

Brandon Anschultz,  “Larry Krone,” Boot Print (Volume 2/Issue 1)

This Week in New York, (photo & blurb for Forever and Ever at The Project Gallery), 1-21-09


Shamim Momin, Adam Weinberg, The Whitney Museum at Altria: 25 Years

Elisabeth Kley, “Gotham Art & Theater,” Artnet, Aug. 4


Mel Watkin, “Larry Krone: Artist/Entertainer,” Art in America

Sue Spaid, “The HandMaking” (catalog essay), Abington Art center

David Banyan, “TBA: 07” (catalog essays), PICA

Sheila Hamilton, “Larry Krone & Rinde Eckert,” KINK FM radio spot, Sept 6

Anthony LeTigre, “Urban Cowboy…in a Dress,” Just Out (Portland, OR), Sept 7

Michael Wilson, “An Affair to Remember,”, Sept 21

Stephen Marc Beaudoin, “TBA Diary…,” Willamette Week Online, Sept 17

Luciana Lopez, “TBA Review…,” The Oregonian Online, Sept 16

Chas Bowie, “Larry Krone and Holcombe Waller…,” Portland Mercury Online, Sept 14


David Bonetti,“Stereotypes, cultural cliches take a hit.,”St. Louis Post Dispatch, Sept 24

David Bonetti, “Krone’s Art is at home in salons or saloons,” St.L Post Dispatch, Sept 21

Robert Duffy, “Artist/Entertainer” and “New Work” Riverfront Times, Sept 20

Teresa Callahan, “Love is in the Air,” West End Word, Sept 27-Oct 3

Mr. Night, “Can you Feel the Love?” The Riverfront Times, Sept 6

Lindsey St. Clair, “Larry Krone,” St. Louis Magazine, Oct.

Shannon Fitzgerald, Carin Kuoni, “Artist/Entertainer,”Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

Elisabeth Kley, “Just Bead It!” ArtNews, p.115 (il.)


Frances Sorensen, “Larry Krone,” Transister Radio, WPS1 internet radio


Holland Cotter, “Art in Queens,” New York Times, Nov. 12

Leigh Jerman, “Homo on the Range,” Village Voice, Dec. 15-21, p.16 (il.)

“He’s A Little Bit Cunty.” H/X, Dec. 31, pp. 14, 15 (il.)

David Spiher, “Taking a Run at a Male Cliche,” Gay City, Jan 22-28

Ariella Budick, “Artist-Sons Feature Mothers,” NY Newsday, Jan 10


Michael Joseph Gross, “St. Dolly and Her Flock,” The New York Times, Jan 26


“Back to the Basics,” BTTB 93.0 fm, Hamburg, Germany  November 26, 2002

Byron Kerman, “Country Gold Lame,” Riverfront Times , May 22-28, p. 33, il.

Hillary Wicai, “N Y Artist Returns Home to St. Louis…”KWMU St. Louis, aired May 24 Tony  Renner, radio interview, KDHX St. Louis viewer supported radio, aired May 24

Jeff Daniel, “A Quibble About Scribble,” St. Louis Post Dispatch, Feb 10, pp. F1, F10

Jeff Daniel, “A Response to Scribble,” St. Louis Post Dispatch, Feb. 17, p. F4


“Retorn al Pais de les Meravelles/L’art contemporanii la infancia,” Fundacio “La Caixa”,

Barcelona, (exhibition catalog), p. 70, (il.)

Elisabeth Kley, “Larry Krone,” Performing Arts Journal, Vol.. 23 (PAJ 67-69), (il.)

Jane Harris, “Larry Krone at Mark Pasek Gallery,” New Art Examiner, April, p. 55, (il.)


Holland Cotter, “Larry Krone, ‘Crazy’,” The New York Times, Dec. 1, p.E35

Robert Mahoney, “Larry Krone, ‘Crazy’,” Time Out NY, Nov. 30-Dec. 7, p.92 (il.)

James Hyde, “I Saw Stars,” The Burlington, September

Calvin Reid, “The East Village Revisited,”  Artnet, Aug. 22

Paul Laster, “Brooklyn Spice,” Artnet, June 29

Holland Cotter, “I Saw Stars,” The New York Times, May 19, p. E34

Phyllis Braff, “Representing,” The New York Times, March 19, p. 22

Robert Mahoney, “Deterritorialization of Process,” Time Out NY, March 9-16

Holland Cotter, “Deterritorialization of Process,” The New York Times, Mar. 17, p. E37

Kim Levin, “Deterritorialization of Process”, The Village Voice, “ShortList”, Feb. 29, p. 70

Michael Joo, “Deterritorialization of Process,” Artists Space Newspaper, Feb./Mar., p. 3 (il.)

“Best Bet,” The Southampton Press, March 5

Katie Gass, Ingrid Schaffner, “Representing”… catalog essay, March (il.)


Andrew Weinstein, “Nobodies Home,” zingmagazine, summer

PS 122 Gallery, Souvenirs/Documents catalog (il. P.41)

Cindy Shafer, “His…Art Come from Unusual Items.” Ludington Daily News, 9/2, p. 5 (il.) (MI)


Jeff Daniel, “Mane Event,” St. Louis Post Dispatch, Dec. 11,  pp.E1, E8 (il.)

Ivy Schroeder, “The Cowboy Way,” Riverfront Times, Dec. 16-22, p.36 (il.)

Ivy Schroeder, “1998: The Year in Art,” Riverfront Times, Dec. 30-Jan. 5 (1999), p. 26

Chris King, “Hair Stylist,” Riverfront Times, Nov. 11-17, pp.68, 69 (il.)

Mel Watkin,“A Few Words To Our Audience,” (cat. essay, il.), Forum for ContempArt, StL

Nancy Kranzberg, radio interview, KDHX FM St. Louis, Nov. 25

Maryanne Dersch, Cityscape,“UCHS Alumni Wants Students to See Art Everywhere,”Aug,p.7 (il.); “UCHS Alumnus Shares Talents With Young U. City Artists,” Nov, p.7 (il.)

Pablo Helguera, “Fabricating is Believing,” A la fabrica catalog essay

Victor Ortiz Partida, “Ceramica para un arte nuevo,” Siglo 21, Sept. 10, p.2 (il.) (Guadalajara)

Gerardo Beorlegui, “Seis artistas van A la fabrica,” Publico, Sept. 10, Arte &Gente p.2 (Guadalajara)

Jennie Weimer, “Finder: Still,”  ArtwURL

Christopher Millis, “Thayer Fare,” Boston Phoenix, May 29-June 4, p.11

Linda Weintraub, “2nd NY State Biennial Exhibition” (cat. essay, il.), New York State Museum 


Whitney Scott, “Destination: Brooklyn, New York Post, Sept. 8

Stuart Servetar, “Fancy: Curated by Karen Kimmel,” zingmagazine, summer,p.247(il.)

Randy Gragg, “Body and Droll,” The Oregonian, July 25 (Portland)

Jean Dykstra, “First Exit to Brooklyn,” Art & Auction

Sylvia Hochfield, “Dennis Cate’s Eiffel Tower Collection,” ARTnews, July

Elisabeth Kley, “Larry Krone at Lombard-Freid,” Artnet (il), February


Susan Snodgrass, “Chicago in Brief,” C (il), July-September. p. 49 (Toronto)

“Monchengladbachconcert,” Night, No. 30, p. 3 (New York)

“But I Know It When I See It,” Penthouse, November, p.30

Matt Pincus, “Trashy Art,” New York, July 15, p.11

Abby Ehmann, “Hair Razer Larry Krone,” Paper Magazine on-line, November

Calvin Reid, “Reid Me,” ArtwURL (il), December

Bill Arning, “Sleeping With the Avant Garde,” Time Out New York

Michael Bulka, “Larry Krone at AUTOMATIC,” New Art Examiner (il), May (Chicago)

Fred Camper, “Gallery Tripping: The Power of The Lyric,” The Chicago Reader (il), 3/15,p.11

Victoria Lautman, “Larry Krone’s CTA Project,” Artistic Licence (WBEZ FM Chicago), Mar. 21

Ira Dreyfuss, “Larry Krone at The New Museum,” Associated Press Radio, aired Mar. 19

Christopher Chester, “Artists Use Odd Materials in ‘A Labor of Love’,” Associated Press

Debra Parr, “City Focus: St. Louis,” ARTnews, March, pp. 43, 44

Roberta Smith, “Fine Art and Outsiders: Attacking the Barriers,” The N Y Times, 2/9, C18

Howard Halle, “Going Into Labor,” Time Out New York, Jan. 31-Feb. 7, p.23

Elizabeth Hess, “Needles and Pins,” The Village Voice (New York), Feb. 6, p.69

Carol Strickland,“‘A Labor of Love’ Focuses on the Artist’s..,”Christian Science Monitor, Feb 12

Leah Garchik, “Made by Hand, A Labor of Love,” San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 22

April Kingsley, “A Labor of Love at The New Museum,” REVIEW, April 1

Marcia Tucker, “A Labor of Love,” (catalog), New Museum of Contemporary Art (il)


Mel Watkin, “On Beyond the Book” (catalog), Forum for Contemporary Art (il)

R. Duffy, “Shelves Full of Art: Work That Knows No Bounds,” St. L Post Dispatch,Oct19, p.4D

Eddie Silva, “Book Smart” The Riverfront Times (St. Louis), Nov.29-Dec.5, p.40

Kim Levin, “ObcKession,” The Village Voice (New York), July 4, Choices P.9

Ulmann Hakert, “Larry Krone,” Zitty (Berlin), Apr. 8, p.158 (il)

Harald Fricke, “Kunst in Berlin jetzt,” Die Tageszeitung (Berlin), Apr. 8, 9

H.C. Freyberger, “The Drawing Center,” Rokugatsu no Kaze (Tokyo), Jan., pp.20-23  (il)


Holland Cotter, “Art In Review,” The New York Times, Sept. 23, p. C35

Kim Levin, “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice (New York), Oct. 4, p. 73