From 1990 to ’92 and with a Hasselblad camera in hand, Laurie Lambrecht
worked in the shadow of Roy Lichtenstein
, snapping photographs as he painted Pop
appropriations of famous works—it was “art about art about art,” she once said
. Compare her image of the late Lichtenstein as he interprets van Gogh’s nearly
inimitable bedroom with his signature comic iconography. “I was reflecting on his work, which was about other people’s work,” she added.