Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Robert Longo (born 1953) is an American artist, filmmaker, photographer and musician. Longo became first well known in the 1980s for his Men in the Cities drawing and print series, which depict sharply dressed men and women writhing in contorted emotion. He lives in New York and East Hampton.
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Q1250139
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Introduction
American painter, sculptor, performance artist best known for his complex art works featuring sculptural, photographic, and painterly techniques. His work often allegorizes city life and tensions between the individual and totalitarian social systems.
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Painter, Performance Artist, Photographer, Sculptor, Video Artist
Name
Robert Longo
Ulan
500004035
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Works

12 works online

Exhibitions

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