In the Wall Street Journal, “Two Artists Go Back to the Drawing Board, Andrea Bowers and Suzanne Lacy at the Drawing Center”

”[…]Visitors to the Drawing Center in SoHo typically come to see works on paper, but for nine days starting Saturday, they will arrive to something else: The artists Andrea Bowers and Suzanne Lacy living in the gallery, as Ms. Bowers gives Ms. Lacy drawing lessons.
"This is not a facade. This is not any kind of posturing. It is a performance, but it’s not a theater event," said Drawing Center curator Claire Gilman. "It really is Andrea teaching Suzanne how to draw."
For the duration of the exhibition, titled “Drawing Lessons,” Ms. Lacy and Ms. Bowers will sleep in tents in the exhibition space, behind where they’ve set up easels and props. They will shower at the gym across the street.
"It’s a little rugged," said Ms. Lacy."

In the Wall Street Journal, Two Artists Go Back to the Drawing Board, Andrea Bowers and Suzanne Lacy at the Drawing Center”

”[…]Visitors to the Drawing Center in SoHo typically come to see works on paper, but for nine days starting Saturday, they will arrive to something else: The artists Andrea Bowers and Suzanne Lacy living in the gallery, as Ms. Bowers gives Ms. Lacy drawing lessons.

"This is not a facade. This is not any kind of posturing. It is a performance, but it’s not a theater event," said Drawing Center curator Claire Gilman. "It really is Andrea teaching Suzanne how to draw."

For the duration of the exhibition, titled “Drawing Lessons,” Ms. Lacy and Ms. Bowers will sleep in tents in the exhibition space, behind where they’ve set up easels and props. They will shower at the gym across the street.

"It’s a little rugged," said Ms. Lacy."