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 Mark Lombardi  (1951 - 2000)

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Lived/Active: Texas      Known for: abstraction, conceptual drawing

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Banca Nazionale del Lavoro, Reagan, Bush, Thatcher and the Arming of Iraq c. 1979-90 2nd version, 1990
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Living in Houston, Texas until 1993, Mark Lombardi was a Conceptual artist who moved to New York in the mid-1990s. In Texas, he had done relatively simple, abstract pieces and run a small gallery, but in New York his style became much more assertive. He gained recognition for his elegant, Conceptual drawings, often quite large, whose themes were social, governmental scandals which he handled in an investigative way.

Lombardi used dense networks of circles and arcing lines to illustrate financial scandals such as the fallen S & L of Charles Keating in Arizona to that of the Vatican bank in Rome.

In 1998, he had a solo exhibition at Pierogi 2000 gallery and in 1999, at Deven Golden Fine Art. His work was also in the "Greater New York" exhibit at P.S. 1 in 2000.

In 2000 at age 48, he died by suicide, found hanging in his Brooklyn studio.

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