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Robert Longo

Robert Longo Men In The Cities announcement card (Gagosian 1981), 1981

Offset printed announcement
6 1/4 × 4 in
15.9 × 10.2 cm
This is ephemera, an artifact related to the artist.
$320
Ships from New York, NY, US
Shipping: Free domestic, $35 rest of world
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Arguably Robert Longo’s most influential series, the 60 hyperrealistic drawings in “Men in the …

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Arguably Robert Longo’s most influential series, the 60 hyperrealistic drawings in “Men in the Cities” (1977–83) portray men and women wearing traditional business clothes in exaggerated, contorted poses. Longo found inspiration for “Men in the Cities” in the final scene of the film The American Soldier (1970), in …

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Lot 180
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Robert Longo Men in the Cities:
Rare original 1981 Gagosian Gallery announcement card. A classic, …

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Robert Longo Men in the Cities:
Rare original 1981 Gagosian Gallery announcement card. A classic, much iconic vintage Robert Longo collectible.

Offset printed; 4 x 6.25 inches.
Some spotting and corner wear; post-marked 1981 on verso; otherwise good vintage condition.

Offered by Lot 180 New York

Condition
Minor wear commensurate with age and medium; ortherwise good.
Signature
Not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
Robert Longo
American, b. 1953
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Robert Longo burst onto the New York art scene as a brash 25-year-old with “Men in the Cities,” his …

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Robert Longo burst onto the New York art scene as a brash 25-year-old with “Men in the Cities,” his iconic 1983 large-scale charcoal drawings of businessmen posing in uncanny contortions. “I always imagine that I want to make art that is going to kill you,” he said in 1984. “Whether it’s going to do it visually or …

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About the work

Arguably Robert Longo’s most influential series, the 60 hyperrealistic drawings in “Men in the …

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Arguably Robert Longo’s most influential series, the 60 hyperrealistic drawings in “Men in the Cities” (1977–83) portray men and women wearing traditional business clothes in exaggerated, contorted poses. Longo found inspiration for “Men in the Cities” in the final scene of the film The American Soldier (1970), in …

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Lot 180
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Robert Longo Men in the Cities:
Rare original 1981 Gagosian Gallery announcement card. A classic, …

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Robert Longo Men in the Cities:
Rare original 1981 Gagosian Gallery announcement card. A classic, much iconic vintage Robert Longo collectible.

Offset printed; 4 x 6.25 inches.
Some spotting and corner wear; post-marked 1981 on verso; otherwise good vintage condition.

Offered by Lot 180 New York

Condition
Minor wear commensurate with age and medium; ortherwise good.
Signature
Not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
Robert Longo
American, b. 1953
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Robert Longo burst onto the New York art scene as a brash 25-year-old with “Men in the Cities,” his …

Read more

Robert Longo burst onto the New York art scene as a brash 25-year-old with “Men in the Cities,” his iconic 1983 large-scale charcoal drawings of businessmen posing in uncanny contortions. “I always imagine that I want to make art that is going to kill you,” he said in 1984. “Whether it’s going to do it visually or …

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Robert Longo

Robert Longo Men In The Cities announcement card (Gagosian 1981), 1981

Offset printed announcement
6 1/4 × 4 in
15.9 × 10.2 cm
This is ephemera, an artifact related to the artist.
$320
Ships from New York, NY, US
Shipping: Free domestic, $35 rest of world
Have a question? Read our FAQ or ask a specialist.
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