LARRY KRONE
April 2013

NY, NY – Larry is a visual and performing artist whose solo shows include Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn (2013), PSTL Gallery, St. Louis (2013), Contemporary Museum Baltimore’s project space (2011), The Museum of Contemporary Craft project space and Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR (2007), and Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (2006). Group shows include Not-so-Common Threads at Leslie Lohman Gallery (2014), I’m not Like Everybody Else at Teapot Gallery, Cologne, Germany (2012), LOL: A decade of Antic Art at Contemporary Museum, Baltimore (2011), Stage II at The Project Gallery, New York (2009), and Five by Five at the Whitney Museum Philip Morris branch, New York (2002).

     Larry’s performance work has been seen at art and music venues including Joe’s Pub, The Whitney Museum, and PS122 in New York.  He can be seen performing his song “It’s Hard to Live” in the upcoming indie feature film”The Purple Onion”.

     Larry is also actively collaborating with other performers, designing and fabricating costumes and sets, and sometimes appearing in their productions.  Credits include set and costumes for Adrienne Truscott’s …Too Freedom…,  costumes for and performing in Neal Medlyn’s Wicked Clown Love (both at The Kitchen 2012), a featured costume in Adrienne Truscott’s ha: a solo (Danspace Project 2011), contributions to the looks of Our Hit Parade hosts and various performers (Joe’s Pub 2010-2012), and, as  House of Larréon, exclusive designer of gowns and stage costumes for Bridget Everett.

     “Look Book,” a limited edition art book documenting Larry’s costume work since 1997 will be released this fall.

 

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