Though I was initially skeptical, Larry Krone’s To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before completely disarmed me.
The “hair pieces,” the Western cactus lamp, the country songs and the cowboy outfits all look like byproducts of a long and arduous search for authenticity, in love, in emotion, in country music.
Larry Krone – the costumed artist assuming an adopted role.
The artists in this group show are united in their low-tech, even homely approach to what was once the high-concept terrain of the systematic in art.
Larry Krone takes a star turn with a personal fashion statement.
Larry Krone grew up in St. Louis, and though he now lives in the East Village, he’s still wild about country and western music.
Larry Krone’s first New York solo in four years is about fashion and celebrity but with some refreshing zigs and zags.
this sounds “Crazy,” but it really did work
Larry Krone fuses Americana and a wild imagination to yield some of the weirdest artworks around
St. Louis artists keep their roots at home but find inspiration – and fellow aspirations – in the experience that is New York City.
Larry Krone grew up in University City then trekked to Manhattan to become the ultimate urban cowboy artist.
Glitzy costumes awkwardly hidden under workaday uniforms are perfect metaphors for many of Krone’s favorite themes.
A compilation of highlights from reviews appearing in The New York Times.