Louise Lawler — An Arrangement of Pictures

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Lawler’s photos of “art as it is “presented” in private homes, museums, galleries, auction houses, public buildings, and museum and gallery storage areas. From an exhibition of Degas’ masterpieces to an Andy Warhol installation, this book invites you to discover Lawler’s unique vision of modern and contemporary art. She is fascinated by what “happens” to the art object after it leaves the artist’s studio — where it goes, how it’s displayed, how it’s valued, and what it means”


Assouline, New York, 2000. Large tall oversized hardcover with fine, protected jacket. 144 unpaginated pages, chiefly color full page photos. Fine clean copy

First edition – attractive copy

Introduction by Johannes Meinhardt. Interview with Louise Lawler by Douglas Crimp

Louise Lawler — An Arrangement of Pictures