Louise Lawler. "I can see the whole room...", (1984 / 1999). Edition of 5 and 1 artist’s proof.

ADC staff
Tremaine Collection / Miller Co. art & design
15 March 2019 | Updated 13 April 2019

Louise Lawler
"I can see the whole room...", (1984 / 1999)
Cibachrome print
Print size: 28 3/8 x 24 in. (72.1 x 61 cm)
Edition of 5 and 1 artist’s proof.

Artworks shown in the photo: to the upper left, Roy Lichtenstein’s I can see the whole room… and there’s nobody in it!, (1961); to the upper right, Robert Rauschenberg’s Windward, (1963); to the left of the fireplace, presumably Lucas Samaras’s Box #51, (1966)

Location: the Tremaine house, Madison, CT

To learn more about Louise Lawler’s "I can see the whole room...", (1984 / 1999), click the link(s) to articles and exhibition compilations with documentation below.

Louise Lawler. The Tremaine pictures. List of photoworks (2007)

→ artdesigncafé - art
ADC staff - 15 Mar 19

Louise Lawler. The Tremaine pictures. List of photoworks (2007) The photoworks include views of several iconic artworks. The descriptions below highlight which works they are, with links to information sources. Louise Lawler’s The Tremaine pictures show at BFAS Blondeau Fine Art Services,...

Tremaine Collection artworks and designs in exhibitions (compilation; 1945-present)

→ artdesigncafé - art
ADC staff - 16 Jun 16

Tremaine Collection artworks and designs in exhibitions (compilation; 1945-present) Starting with their Miller Company Collection of Abstract Art, Burton Tremaine and Emily Hall Tremaine, known for her great eye, built a collection of works which were featured in hundreds of exhibitions. After...