George Condo, ‘Untitled’, 1987, Doyle
George Condo, ‘Untitled’, 1987, Doyle

Framed: 10 5/8 x 8 7/8 inches.

This is the original mockup for an artist's card published in Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine.

Created for a 1987 issue of Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine, this unique collage by George Condo was reproduced as an artist’s Christmas Holiday card. The series of cards for Interview also included works by Kenny Scharf and Barbara Kruger, all three reproduced on a single perforated cardstock page. —Courtesy of Doyle

Please note that collaged element is affixed with tape that is lifting and has yellowed. Sheet is adhered to backing with Scotch tape. For additional questions, please contact

Signature: Signed Condo and dated 87-12-25

Image rights: Courtesy of Doyle

Published in Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine, circa 1987

About George Condo

George Condo’s work is populated by a cast of characters whose bulging eyes, bulbous cheeks, proliferating limbs, and hideous over- and under-bites set them apart as a singular species. Drawing on vastly diverse painting practices—like Pablo Picasso, Diego Velázquez, Henri Matisse, and Cy Twombly—Condo absorbs a vast range of art-historical sources, yet, at the same, creates a pictorial language characteristically his own, one that investigates the macabre, the carnivalesque, and the abject. He calls his surrealistic style “psychological cubism”, exploiting “our own imperfections—the private, off-moments or unseen aspects of humanity—that often give way to some of painting’s most beautiful moments.” Even Condo’s most abstract works, like Internal Space (2005) with its impenetrable geometric scaffolding of forms radiating from the painting’s center, explore the furthest extremes of the human psyche.

American, b. 1957, Concord, New Hampshire, based in New York, New York