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Men in the Cities by Robert Longo
 
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Robert Longo (born January 7, 1953) is an American painter and sculptor. Longo became famous in the 1980s for his "Men in the Cities" series, which depicted sharply dressed men writhing in contorted emotion. Longo uses graphite like clay, molding it to create images like the writhing, dancing figures in his seminal "Men in the Cities" series. His work from the "Men in Cities" series is also prominently displayed in the apartment of Patrick Bateman in the film of American Psycho. Personal favorite ;)
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Robert Longo - Men in the Cities
 
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Robert Longo is one of the most important contamporary painters. With series like "The Freud Drawings", "The Magellan Project" or "Superhereos" he created outstand series of black and white paintings. Last week he opened his new exhibition at the Galerie Hans Mayer in Düsseldorf where he has shown his newest works. But for us he presented his photographs, the series "Men in the Cities" are based on. ---- Robert Longo ist einer der bedeutendsten Maler unserer Zeit. Mit Serie wie "Freud Zyklus", "Das Magellan Projekt" oder "Superhelden" schuf er Meilensteine der Kunstgeschichte. Letzte Woche eröffnete Robert Longo seine Ausstellung in der Galerie Hans Mayer in Düsseldorf, bei der er seine neuesten Arbeiten zeigte. Exklusiv für uns brachte er seine Photografien mit, die er 1980 als Basis für seine Serie "Men in the Cities" nutzte. Ein Film von Ralph Goertz Institut für Kunstdokumentation und Szenografie © IKS / Ralph Goertz www.iks-medienarchiv.de
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LONGO DANCE FILM
 
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This is a dance film based on the series of work 'MEN IN THE CITIES' by the American photographer Robert Longo. Dancers are all aged from 14-18 years old and are either part of Shift Youth Dance Company at (The Place, LCDS), The Place CAT or Laban CAT. Choreographed by Amy Madden & Dancers Credits to George Madden for filming Edited by Amy Madden Dancers - Ed Munro, James Olivio, Claire Niesyto-Bame, Bun Kobayashi, Maya Carroll, John Sawney, Amy Madden, Riley Wolf, Kasi O-J, Alex henderson, Kyra Mills, Dylan Canton and Charlie Hogan Music by Little Dragon
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"Men in the Cities" by Robert Longo.
 
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"Men in the Cities" by Robert Longo. Longo uses graphite like clay, molding it to create images like the writhing, dancing figures.
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Robert Longo | I will Strike the Sun
 
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Exclusive interview with famed powerful American artist Robert Longo. Longo talks about life, politics, Moby Dick and his show at Petzel Gallery. Robert Longo (b. 1953) is an American painter and sculptor. Longo became a rising star in the 1980s for his "Men in the Cities" series, which depicted sharply dressed men and women writhing in contorted emotion. Robert Longo was born in 1953 in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Long Island. He had a childhood fascination with mass media: movies, television, magazines, and comic books, which continue to influence his art. Longo began college at the University of North Texas, in the town of Denton, but left before getting a degree. He later studied sculpture under Leonda Finke, who encouraged him to pursue a career in the visual arts. In 1972, Longo received a grant to study at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence, Italy. Upon his return to New York, Longo enrolled at Buffalo State College, where he received a BFA in 1975. While at Buffalo State, he studied under, and was likely influenced by art professor Joseph Piccillo. At this time he was associated with artist Cindy Sherman, who was also studying art at Buffalo State. While in college, Longo and his friends established an avant garde art gallery in their co-op building, the Essex Art Center, which was originally a converted ice factory; the gallery became Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center. Through his gallery efforts, Longo met many local and New York City artists. Longo eventually moved to New York City to join the underground art scene of the 1970s. Although he studied sculpture, drawing remained Longo's favorite form of self-expression. However, the sculptural influence pervades his drawing technique, as Longo's "portraits" have a distinctive chiseled line that seems to give the drawings a three-dimensional quality. Longo uses graphite like clay, molding it to create images like the writhing, dancing figures in his seminal "Men in the Cities" series. Working on themes of power and authority, Longo produced a series of blackened American flags ("Black Flags" 1989–91) as well as oversized hand guns ("Bodyhammers" 1993–95). From 1995 to 1996 he worked on his "Magellan" project, 366 drawings (one per day) that formed an archive of the artist's life and surrounding cultural images. "Magellan" was followed by 2002's "Freud Drawings", which reinterpreted Edmund Engelman's famous documentary images of Sigmund Freud's flat, moments before his flight from the Nazis. In 2002 and 2004 he presented "Monsters", Bernini-esque renderings of massive breaking waves and "The Sickness of Reason", baroque renderings of atomic bomb blasts. "Monsters" was included in the 2004 Whitney Biennial. In the 1980s, Longo directed several music videos, including New Order's "Bizarre Love Triangle", Megadeth's "Peace Sells" and "The One I Love" by R.E.M. He is responsible for the front covers of Glenn Branca's The Ascension from 1981 and The Replacements' 1985 album Tim, while his work has inspired others such as Circlesquare's music video "Dancers". In 1992, Longo directed an episode of Tales from the Crypt entitled "This'll Kill Ya." He also directed the cyberpunk movie Johnny Mnemonic, starring Keanu Reeves, Dolph Lundgren and Takeshi Kitano, and a short film named Arena Brains. At the time, Longo was quoted as saying, "making a painting is one thing, but making a film kicks your ass." During the late 1980s and early 1990s Longo developed a number of performance art theatre pieces, such as "Marble Fog" and "Killing Angels", collaborating with Stuart Argabright, the guitarist Chuck Hammer and Douglas Sloan. For more than 30 years Longo has been a prominent figure in New York’s cultural scene. His artworks, performance pieces, music performances, films and videos invent, cull, and recycle iconographic images from an expansive cultural visual cache to comment on ideas surrounding image potency, production and circulation. He was among the five artists included in the seminal 1977 Artists Space exhibition “Pictures” and is a key figure of the subsequently named Pictures Generation. Longo has had one-person exhibitions at the Musée d‘art moderne et d‘art contemporain, Nice; Krefelder Kunstmuseum, Krefeld, Germany; the Albertina, Vienna; Isetan Museum of Art, Tokyo; the Deichtorhallen, Hamburg; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and the Menil Collection in Houston. Robert Longo has participated in Documenta, the Whitney Biennial and the Venice Biennale. Robert Longo is represented by Metro Pictures in NYC, Galerie Hans Mayer in Düsseldorf and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris. CREDITS Robert Longo | filmed by Out of Sync | NYC April 2014 Interview | Jesper Bundgaard Camera and edit | Per Henriksen Producer | Out of Sync Artworks courtesy | Robert Longo | Metro Pictures Gallery | Petzel Gallery © Out of Sync 2016
Robert Longo Interview: I am an Image Thief
 
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Does copying other prominent artists such as Jackson Pollock really make you an artist? Find out in our interview with American painter Robert Longo, who calls himself an image thief. When Robert Longo embarked on the project of copying several iconic pieces of art, the artists gave their permission and the museums opened up their doors to him. Each piece was photographed at least fifty times, as Longo sought to capture all the details, trying to understand what was going on and what had happened: “It was like seeing the set for an murder investigation.” “Making art is like this process that is a balance between something that is very personal but also socially relevant,” Longo continues. This is why the pieces of art featured in the show, which is presented in this video interview, represent abstract works, which he has a personal attachment to. The works are from between 1948-1963 (post-World War Two) and embody the freedom of leaving behind Old World Europe as well as the hope of what America could be. Moreover, they parallel Longo’s own life as he was born in 1953. Playing with texture, investigating the performative nature of 20th century painting and translating works into black and white from colour photographs with the use of charcoal, are at the core of what attracts Longo, who likes “the twist of making a charcoal drawing based from a photograph of a painting.” This is furthermore something that he has mastered in such a degree, that it is often hard to tell his drawings from the paintings – or photographs – he is copying: “I finally got really sick of people looking at my drawings and telling me they really like my photographs.” Robert Longo (born 1953) is a New York-born and raised painter and sculptor, who was part of the New York City underground art scene of the 1970’s. It was in the 1980’s, however, that Longo became widely known for his ‘Men in the Cities’ series, which depicted sharply dressed men and women in twisted positions. He has had retrospective exhibitions at places such as the Hamburger Kunstverein and Deichtorhallen, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago and the Isetan Museum of Art in Tokyo. His work is represented in collections of The Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, the Stedelik Museum in Amsterdam, the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Albertina in Vienna and the Ludwig Museum in Cologne. Robert Longo was the recipient of the Goslar Kaiserring in 2005. He is also a co-founder and member of the band X PATSYS, in which one of the other six members is his wife, Barbara Sukowa. He lives with his wife and their three sons in New York. Robert Longo was interviewed by Jesper Bundgaard/Out of Sync at Petzel Gallery, New York. Camera & edit: Per Henriksen, Out of Sync Produced by: Out of Sync and Marc-Christoph Wagner Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2014 Supported by Nordea-fonden
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In Your Eye (Men in the Cities) MTV 1991
 
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In Your Eye Intro (MTV series of shorts). Ripped from VHS in 2014.
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Longo gang longo city
 
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Ccc Kay
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Music Off Canvas + dancer Natasha Hubert 'Men in Cities'
 
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Taking inspiration from Robert Longo's 1979 Men In Cities Series the performance features choreography and music by Natasha Hubert and Music Off Canvas
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Robby Longo
 
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DeGoey+Longo+Gabrieli
 
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Niki DeGoey ©, 2011 inspired by, & Robert Longo © - Men in the City, 1979. Musik - Humanité, Variations d'Ondes pour Piano, Arnaud GABRIELI ©, Automne 2000.
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Robert Longo Dance
 
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Robert Longo
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MEN IN THE CITIES web(2)
 
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"MEN IN THE CITIES" -ESTACIONAMIENTO- Ruby Gámez muestra uno de sus grandes trabajos. Obra basada en los dibujos de Robert Longo "Men in the Cities". Teoría de Gravedad, danza contemporánea. Dir. Aurora Buensuceso. Danza Urbana / Monterrey, Mx.
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Роберт Лонго и Кейт Фаул о выставке «Свидетельства»
 
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Выставка «Свидетельства» стала результатом исследования, предпринятого Робертом Лонго и главным куратором «Гаража» Кейт Фаул. Работая над проектом, Лонго дважды приезжал в Россию: художник встретился с ведущим специалистом по Эйзенштейну, Наумом Клейманом, и посетил Российский государственный архив литературы и искусства, чтобы изучить архив Эйзенштейна и отобрать рисунки для выставки, консультировался с кураторами Государственного центрального музея современной истории России и Эрмитажа, стремясь понять роль Гойи в русской культуре, прежде всего в связи с событиями русской революции. Экспозиция в «Гараже» включила более тридцати крупноформатных рисунков Лонго, созданных им в течение последних пяти лет, сорок три рисунка Эйзенштейна из Российского государственного архива литературы и искусства и сорок девять офортов Гойи из собрания Государственного центрального музея современной истории России. Музей современного искусства «Гараж» 30 сентября 2016 – 5 февраля 2017 http://garagemca.org/ru/event/francisco-goya-sergei-eisenstein-robert-longo-proof
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Circlesquare - Dancers
 
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Dancers is the first single off Circlesquares new album, Songs About Dancing and Drugs. We directed, shot and edited the video inspired by Robert Longos series, Men in the Cities. The video features dancers Miles Faber and Vincent Noiseux (from So You Think You Can Dance Canada), Julie Chapple and Alison Denham. http://circlesquare.ca
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Robert Longo| Let The Frame of Things Disjoint | 2017
 
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Robert Longo speaks about his solo exhibition 'Let The Frame of Things Disjoint', on view at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London, from 14 Sept. to 11 Nov. 2017. Video by Christopher Symes, Tinywolf.uk.
cities of men, cities of ash
 
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a short film.
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Man in Vacuum // Dirty Beaches sweet 17 mix
 
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Inspired both by Robert Longo's "Men in the Cities" series of paintings and by Brion Gysin/ William Burroughs's explorations, this was originally created as a projection for a local club. Man in Vacuum: Harry de la Gore Song: Sweet 17 by Dirty Beaches
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Longo Solo
 
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Max Rob Longo The Pub
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Men in Cities Natasha Hubert & Music Off Canvas
 
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Men in Cities danced by Natasha Hubert & played by Music Off Canvas. Inspired by Robert Longo's artwork 'Men In Cities'. The idea of a subtle control and restriction in conforming to the working norm that causes unease and self deterioration. Performed at Kings Cross St Pancras International. Sponsored by Music Orbit and Camden Theatres.
Experimental Practice - Men in the Cities
 
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The experiment of Live camera and projectors. Casting: Chia-Min Hung Scenography: Congcong Cao Editing: Congcong Cao
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Clip de la 16e Biennale de la Danse
 
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Identité visuelle de la 16e Biennale de la danse Design : Claire Rolland - Images : Robert Longo, "Men in the cities", Courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures, New York Musique : "Run boy Run", performed by Woodkid, (p) 2012 Green United Music, avec l'aimable autorisation de Green United Music Réalisation clip : Pioucube Merci aux artistes et compagnies : Lloyd Newson/DV8 physical theatre / Jiri Kylian NDT / Compagnie XY / Jan Fabre Troubleyn / Dada Masilo / Patricia Apergi / Soweto's Finest / Benjamin Millepied - L.A. Dance Project
Robert Longo | The Destroyer Cycle
 
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In Robert Longo's exhibition "The Destroyer Cycle" at Metro Pictures, Longo considers world events through the lens of American media with twelve new, large-scale charcoal drawings. The painstakingly rendered works are visualizations of power, protest, desperation, futility, and aggression that together create a searing portrait of our time. Robert Longo (b. 1953) is an American painter and sculptor. Longo became a rising star in the 1980s for his "Men in the Cities" series, which depicted sharply dressed men and women writhing in contorted emotion. "The Destroyer Cycle" continues Longo’s ardent examination of how to re-engage pictures through drawing. For each exhibited work, Longo has developed a technique that reflects the medium of the drawing’s source image. Untitled (Prisoners, Kandahar Airport) captures the graininess of the original infrared telephoto image of prisoners being transported to a CIA black site, as well as the dot pattern of the photograph’s reproduction in a newspaper. Similarly menacing, but using very different subject matter, Untitled (Teletubbies) is based on a still from the surreal children’s TV series that first aired in the UK in 1997. Reflecting already outdated video technology, Longo meticulously rendered the pixilation of the low-quality video still, scrambling the baffling resonance of these alien, cult figures. Other works are a reminder that political acts are not always visible. Untitled (X-Ray of Venus with a Mirror, 1555, After Titian) portrays an x-ray image of the titular painting that Longo accessed at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. The x-ray reveals that the original composition of the painting—a male and female figure, clothed, in embrace—has been altered to focus on a single naked goddess and her reflection. Part of a series of art historical x-ray drawings, these works manifest another, often hidden kind of truth for Longo, while also offering a metaphor for the status and meaning of images in an age of “alternative facts.” Intended as the close of the exhibition and sprawling across three panels is Untitled (Raft at Sea). A composite image partially sourced from the cover of a Doctors Without Borders publication, the drawing depicts refugees on a raft amidst the vast, turbulent Mediterranean Sea. Its striking perspective positions the viewer as if looking up at the boat from the water. Last year the Garage Museum in Moscow presented a major exhibition of Longo’s works alongside etchings by Francisco Goya and sketches and films by Sergei Eisenstein. An iteration of the exhibition, titled Proof, will open at the Brooklyn Museum on September 8. Later that month Longo also opens an exhibition at the Sara Hildén Art Museum in Finland. Longo has had one-person exhibitions at the Musée d‘art moderne et d‘art contemporain, Nice; Kunstmuseen Krefeld, Germany; Albertina, Vienna; Isetan Museum of Art, Tokyo; Deichtorhallen, Hamburg; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; and the Menil Collection, Houston. He has been included in Documenta 7 and 8, the 1983 and 2004 Whitney Biennials, and the 47th Venice Biennale. Robert Longo is represented by Metro Pictures in NYC, Galerie Hans Mayer in Düsseldorf and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris. CREDITS Robert Longo | filmed by Out of Sync | NYC May 2017 Interview | Jesper Bundgaard Camera and edit | Per Henriksen Producer | Out of Sync Artworks courtesy | Robert Longo Text | Metro Pictures © Out of Sync 2017
Hans Longo Jenry Ford
 
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Every One Trailer
 
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Chris Goode (Men in the Cities, Monkey Bars, STAND) directs the English premiere of Jo Clifford's astonishing play. At Battersea Arts Centre 2-19 March 2016 www.bac.org.uk/everyone
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5 Ben Longo
 
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МОСКВА. ПАРК ГОРЬКОГО. GARAGE. ROBERT LONGO
 
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Привет всем, друзья! Не желаете прогуляться со мной на выставку "Свидетельства", в центр современного искусства Гараж, что в Парке Горького, в Москве? Немного о выставке: Выставка «Свидетельства», включающая произведения Франсиско Гойи (1746–1828), Сергея Эйзенштейна (1898–1948) и Роберта Лонго (род. 1953), позволяет проникнуться уникальным ви́дением трех художников, выразивших общественные, культурные и политические проблемы своего времени. Будучи представителями разных эпох и живя на разных континентах, художники стали свидетелями бурной смены времен, пережив хаос революции, гражданских волнений и войн. Несмотря на то, что Гойя служил церкви и королю, Эйзенштейн — государству, а Лонго появился на художественной сцене в период господства современных моделей арт-рынка, признание каждому принесла независимая художественная практика, бросающая вызов ожиданиям и запросам общества. В поисках новаторских техник и технологий герои «Свидетельств» обращались к различным медиа — от традиционной живописи и гравюры до скульптуры, кино и перформанса, но основным инструментом визуализации идеи для каждого из них всегда оставался рисунок. С помощью черно-белого языка и лаконичных графических средств художники раскрывают сложные взаимоотношения между властью и обществом, выходя за рамки документального повествования для создания эмоционально-психологических образов своих героев. http://garagemca.org/ru А вот здесь можно присоединиться ко мне во время прогулки по моему городу Тула - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7nIMr4nFzM Осенняя прогулка по Москве: район Патриарших - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gp16yBn1mhg Подписаться на мой канал - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL_V7ArwUoZMcT4dEOeaSMw Подписаться на мой канал - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL_V... Много моих статей о натуральной косметике c iHerb - http://kattya-katerina.livejournal.com/ Я в Инстаграм - ivanka_terinova Композиция "Meditation Impromptu 03" принадлежит исполнителю Kevin MacLeod. Лицензия: Creative Commons Attribution (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). Оригинальная версия: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100161. Исполнитель: http://incompetech.com/ Композиция "Meditation Impromptu 02" принадлежит исполнителю Kevin MacLeod. Лицензия: Creative Commons Attribution (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). Оригинальная версия: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100162. Исполнитель: http://incompetech.com/
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GLENN BRANCA the spectacular commodity 1981
 
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From darkness to light, a favourite tune out of "The Ascension" ! What to say about this amazing record, i discovered it back in 1982 and from then it's been one of the cornerstone of my music world. It is filled with blasting layers of electricity and pounding drums, mixed like an endless symphony... and Robert Longo art-work is just a must... Definitely way ahead of its time ! http://www.glennbranca.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glenn_Branca "Men in the Cities" exhibition by Robert Longo (1979) : http://robertlongo.com/work/gallery/1118
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Why Cities?
 
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In which John discusses the agricultural revolution, the development of permanent settlements, and whether cities were good news. SOURCES BELOW. Hank is publishing a novel next year! https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/19/books/youtube-star-hank-green-first-novel.html But before then, we are going on tour to celebrate my new novel, Turtles All the Way Down: http://www.turtlesallthewaydownbook.com/#tour SOURCES: Hunter-gatherers have less famine than agriculturalists: http://rsbl.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/10/1/20130853 This gets into some of the archeology and analysis of human remains that indicates that hunter-gatherers lived on average longer and healthier lives than agriculturalists. The Case against Civilization inspired this video and includes the statistics about how much hunter-gatherers work in food acquisition and domestic labor: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/09/18/the-case-against-civilization This article also explores some of the complexities of agriculture's development: http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2016/07/15/485722228/where-did-agriculture-begin-oh-boy-its-complicated The book discussed in "The Case against Civilization" is called AGAINST THE GRAIN, and while I disagree with a lot that's in it, I also think it's an interesting read and outlines both its case for why cities developed and other people's cases. I also leaned on the book SAPIENS by Yuval Noah Harari for some of the theories about why cities developed. Our World in Data is an amazing resource for understanding long-term trends in human history. That's where I got the graph about the dramatic reduction in absolute poverty the world is experiencing: https://ourworldindata.org/extreme-poverty/ And also the graph about the declining number of hours worked: https://ourworldindata.org/working-hours/ And lastly, the median U.S. household income really is higher (even after adjusting for inflation) than it ever has been before: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Household_income_in_the_United_States ---- Subscribe to our newsletter! http://nerdfighteria.com/newsletter/ And join the community at http://nerdfighteria.com http://effyeahnerdfighters.com Help transcribe videos - http://nerdfighteria.info John's twitter - http://twitter.com/johngreen John's tumblr - http://fishingboatproceeds.tumblr.com Hank's twitter - http://twitter.com/hankgreen Hank's tumblr - http://edwardspoonhands.tumblr.com Preorder John's new book, Turtles All the Way Down, out October 10th 2017! You can find links to both the signed and unsigned editions here: http://bit.ly/turtlespreorder and information on how to (probably) get a signed copy here: http://probablysignedturtles.com
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Alexi Hall SOUND STILLS
 
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Robert Longo a New York photographer used innovative methods in his 'Men in the Cities' series, by coaxing a reaction from his suit-clad businessmen models and photographing them in emphatically contorted body positions. This series captured my imagination and became the inspiration for the project Sound Stills. Stemming from recent work I had previously worked on with sound, and research I had conducted, I found that reactions to sound had not been documented before and were difficult to capture in a conventional still image. Therefore, I prophesied reactions to sound captured on film, could potentially lead to an innovative set of images if successfully orchestrated. As a response to my images I wanted the viewer to question what it was that provoked the subject's reaction. This project spanned over 5 months from December 2011 until April 2012, I had many ideas on how I could achieve my ideas, but settled on designing and making my own sounds with the assistance of sound engineer Ned Patten. Using research conducted by Halpern, Blake and Hillenbrand, (2006) and Oehler and Reuter (2011) I sought out what types of noises produced an adverse reaction. These noises were then recorded and distorted in post-production by adjusting the pitch, tone, timbre and loudness. This creates distressing sounds which are bordering on unbearable when listened to. The sounds, once edited were broken up into seven stages. This was done to segregate similar sounds into sections and also to keep the subjects engaged. Each model was then filmed, in a location based around the centre of Leeds. By using minimal equipment and a relatively simply set-up I ensured the operation was portable, and this allowed access to varied locations. This in turn produced a diverse set of models, which I hoped would increase how well the audience related to the subjects in the work.
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Art for Babyhood 009t / Johang Mhung 2012 / Proposal from Psychotechnic
 
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Johang Mhung produced by Johnny Mnemonic Johnny Mnemonic is a 1995 cyberpunk film, loosely based on the short story "Johnny Mnemonic" by William Gibson. 
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The film portrays Gibson's dystopian view of the future with the world dominated by mega-corporations and with strong East Asian influences. 
The film has garnered a cult following over the years for its dystopian and cyberpunk themes.
The film was directed by Robert Longo on location in Canada, with Toronto and Montreal filling in for the film's Newark, New Jersey and Beijing settings. 
A number of local monuments, including Toronto's Union Station and Montreal's skyline and Jacques Cartier Bridge, feature prominently.
The film was premiered in Japan first on April 15th 1995 with a longer version (103 mins) that is closer to the director's cut and features a previously 
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Finally uses terrific ways, His archives show quite different appearance from any other Artists doing, because of have to do many kinds of creative media influence..
TV, Advertisement, Publishing, Architecture, Product Design, Governmental Space Statin development, Musical, Movie, Motor car racing, Walt Disney Production and more! 
Now technology changes many Art, but still controld by human being and electric power.
Kazumasa Tsuihiji uses not only oldies painting on canvas.but also uses electronic parts, car parts, Waste of living, Nature plants, fabrications 
and all of objects selected by his own special Artistic eyes.
His resume like next page.

Johnny Mnemonic is the Artist name of Kazumasa Tsuihiji tribute for cyberpunk film JM that created by great painter Mr. Robert Longo.
He suddenly dropped extra famous MEN IN THE CITIES, 1979, and play with Julian Schnarbel, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat and another golden 80's.
Views: 143 c2c964
Bryan Roberto Longo da Silva .
 
01:07
Meu irmão gato , querendo falar já ! (:
Views: 67 Nandaa040793
Proof: Robert Longo
 
01:26
Bringing together the work of three innovative chroniclers, Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longo offers insight into the energy, empathy, and creativity with which these artists recounted and reimagined their realities. Hear Longo discuss his own artistic process and motivations. Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longo SEPTEMBER 8, 2017–JANUARY 7, 2018 https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/proof_goya_eisenstein_longo
Views: 5558 Brooklyn Museum
Longo project
 
07:13
Views: 317 Kyuho Shin
Robert Longo in "Reflections" by Matt Black
 
05:37
The director visits the New York artist in the latest installment of his "Reflections" series. Longo, the director behind music videos for New Order and R.E.M., and the cyberpunk feature "Johnny Mnemonic," starring Keanu Reeves, reveals that his preferred medium is still charcoal. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1n1kpgE Watch more art videos here: http://bit.ly/art-videos _______________________________________ Subscribe to NOWNESS here: http://bit.ly/youtube-nowness Like NOWNESS on Facebook: http://bit.ly/facebook-nowness Follow NOWNESS on Twitter: http://bit.ly/twitter-nowness Daily exclusives for the culturally curious: http://bit.ly/nowness-com Behind the scenes on Instagram: http://bit.ly/instagram-nowness Curated stories on Tumblr: http://bit.ly/tumblr-nowness Inspiration on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/pinterest-nowness Staff Picks on Vimeo: http://bit.ly/vimeo-nowness Follow NOWNESS on Google+: http://bit.ly/google-nowness
Views: 6440 NOWNESS
'Luminous Discontent': Robert Longo’s monochrome vision
 
12:31
Subscribe to France 24 now : http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Our guest made his name in the 1980s New York art scene with his charcoal renderings of men and women falling. Now, Robert Longo takes us on a visual journey from earthly struggles to the nirvana of artistic creation. His new show at the Thaddaeus Ropac gallery in Paris tackles politics, violence and beauty; it’s a chance to worship at the altar of fine art from the man who says "art is my religion". Visit our website : http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel : http://f24.my/youtubeEN Like us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/France24_en
Views: 2397 FRANCE 24 English
Video Robert Longo - NDM
 
00:28
Estudio 2 2017-2 Diseño Uniandes
Views: 25 Natalia Dussan
Down To The Sickness (robert longo)
 
01:31
Prueba Fotografia (Roberto Longo)
Views: 41 Jhonnatan Cambra
ROBERT LONGO - being an artist, by Paul Tschinkel - artnewyork.org/store
 
02:55
This documentary looks at the extraordinary career of artist Robert Longo. Grouped with the "Pictures Generation", that includes Cindy Sherman, David Salle, Jack Goldstein, Barbara Kruger, among others, Longo makes powerful work that reintroduces recognizable imagery and meaningful content into art. Culled from popular media images found in magazines, movies, photography and television, Longo makes work that connects with the art audience in a visceral and direct fashion. His work brings to mind modern day icons and what Carl Jung calls the collective unconscious. Included is a lengthy interview with the artist and interview segments by critic/poet Richard Malazzo, Cindy Sherman and Helene Winer, his long time dealer at Metro Pictures. 52 minutes
Views: 2095 Paul Tschinkel
The Patsy's - Oosterhout 13.12.09 (6)
 
02:46
filmed by BeastieBas
Views: 189 BandDisplayed
STAND Jan's story
 
01:06
Gwyneth Strong introduces you to mother, writer and sticky toffee pudding maker Jan whose story is featured in STAND, an inspiring show that tells the tales of courage and conscience from everyday people. What makes a person take a stand? Is it the sudden impulse of a single moment, or one small part of a lifelong commitment? What makes a person elect to stand up and be counted? And would you do the same? Following Chris Goode's award-winning Monkey Bars and Men in the Cities, STAND presents real life stories of courage and conscience from ordinary people who stood up for something, or someone, they believed in. Six people chose to act; and six actors, telling their stories in their own words. Stories about justice and sustainability, about friendship and risk, about bravery and kindness. Extraordinary moments from everyday life. 20 Apr - 9 May | 7:30pm Price: £15, £12 concs https://www.bac.org.uk/stand
Views: 274 baclondon
Art for Babyhood 005t / Johang Mhung 2012 / Proposal from Psychotechnic
 
00:41
Johang Mhung produced by Johnny Mnemonic Johnny Mnemonic is a 1995 cyberpunk film, loosely based on the short story "Johnny Mnemonic" by William Gibson. 
The title character, a man with a cybernetic brain implant designed to store information, is played by Keanu Reeves. 
The film portrays Gibson's dystopian view of the future with the world dominated by mega-corporations and with strong East Asian influences. 
The film has garnered a cult following over the years for its dystopian and cyberpunk themes.
The film was directed by Robert Longo on location in Canada, with Toronto and Montreal filling in for the film's Newark, New Jersey and Beijing settings. 
A number of local monuments, including Toronto's Union Station and Montreal's skyline and Jacques Cartier Bridge, feature prominently.
The film was premiered in Japan first on April 15th 1995 with a longer version (103 mins) that is closer to the director's cut and features a previously 
composed score by Michael Danna, different editing, and more scenes with Japanese star Takeshi Kitano and Dolph Lundgren notably. JM is the name of art and develop movement project produced by Psychotechnic.
Psychotechnic is an agent produced by YKN corporation.
Executive Producer is Kyoko Amakasu.
Psychotechnic trading unique piece only.
In the print work, archive data will delate after only one master piece was printed. 


Psychotechnic is running excursive studio in Tokyo Japan, with 12core cpu, acrylic paint, oil paint, woods, canvas, materials from junkyards,
drawing instruments, and more and more various materials!
In the every moments, dropped excentlic result, no one to see ever.
Please check our website and enjoy high resolution pictures.

The URL of Psychotechnic looks like many artist are belonging to, but the fact, just only one person create all of them.
Psychotechnic Creative division is running by Kazumasa Tsuihiji only, one of well known multiple creative artist in Japan
And also, he uses many kind of materials and already archives 35000 huge terrific pieces ORIGINAL FINE ART in his 10 tera bite hard disc!
This fact means Psychotechnic has quite valuable business chance all of the universe.
Finally uses terrific ways, His archives show quite different appearance from any other Artists doing, because of have to do many kinds of creative media influence..
TV, Advertisement, Publishing, Architecture, Product Design, Governmental Space Statin development, Musical, Movie, Motor car racing, Walt Disney Production and more! 
Now technology changes many Art, but still controld by human being and electric power.
Kazumasa Tsuihiji uses not only oldies painting on canvas.but also uses electronic parts, car parts, Waste of living, Nature plants, fabrications 
and all of objects selected by his own special Artistic eyes.
His resume like next page.

Johnny Mnemonic is the Artist name of Kazumasa Tsuihiji tribute for cyberpunk film JM that created by great painter Mr. Robert Longo.
He suddenly dropped extra famous MEN IN THE CITIES, 1979, and play with Julian Schnarbel, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat and another golden 80's.
Views: 44 c2c964
ARTWORLDGEEK's INSPIRED BY: Robert Longo
 
01:23
Lil' Timmy Rose looks at Robert Longo In "ARTWORLDGEEK's INSPIRED BY...," Lil' Timmy Rose (avatar for artist Tim Roseborough) discusses a work that inspires his art practice. In this episode, we’ll look at an untitled drawing from the “Men in Cities” series, by the artist Robert Longo. Subscribe to our YouTube channel, and follow us on social media and the web at: @artworldgeek
Views: 0 artworldgeek
Robert Longo
 
05:10
Views: 8516 Paul H-O
ROBERT LONGO | INTERVIEW - BEAUTY, BEAST AND SERVANTS | GALERIE THADDAEUS ROPAC | SALZBURG | 2014
 
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An interview with Robert Longo about his works presented in the exhibition "Beauty, Beast and Servants" at the Haus für Mozart, Salzburg, in collaboration with the Salzburg Festival during summer 2014.
Robert Longo | Luminous Discontent | Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Paris 2016
 
04:44
Robert Longo constructed the exhibition for the gallery space with a collision of epic images. Luminous Discontent, investigates through scale and the medium of charcoal, how a belief in the unseen breeds an opposition of forces, trust and skepticism, hope and fear. Through Longo’s work, light illuminates our history and reflects back to us our chaotic present. Video by Nikolai Saoulski Who You Art for Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac © 2016
Guest of CIndy Sherman - Trailer
 
02:30
Guest of Cindy Sherman takes an eye-opening look at what happens when a skeptical outsider finds himself romantically involved with the ultimate insider. Paul H-O became a fixture of the New York art scene in the 1990s with his public access show GalleryBeat. Armed with a video camera, he attended art gallery openings, amusing some with his candid, witty assessments of their work, but also winning many fans. Among the latter was Cindy Sherman, the press-shy artist who is internationally acknowledged as one of the worlds most gifted and significant visual talents. Cindy invites Paul to her studio for a series of exclusive interviews and through these videotaped encounters, he gains unprecedented insight into her artistic process and a romantic relationship blossoms. Their initial bliss ends when Paul finds himself wracked with anxiety about his own personality becoming subsumed by his role as Cindy's guest at the celebrity-studded openings and dinners she regularly attends. Filmed over 15 years and including interviews with a veritable who's who of the art and entertainment world (including Ingrid Sischy, John Waters, Robert Longo, Carol Kane, David Furnish, Danny DeVito, and Molly Ringwald), the film paints a vivid picture of the New York art scene that is also a witty, illuminating look at celebrity, male anxiety, and art.
Views: 40773 GuestOfCindySherman
Art for Babyhood 006t / Johang Mhung 2012 / Proposal from Psychotechnic
 
00:41
Johang Mhung produced by Johnny Mnemonic Johnny Mnemonic is a 1995 cyberpunk film, loosely based on the short story "Johnny Mnemonic" by William Gibson. 
The title character, a man with a cybernetic brain implant designed to store information, is played by Keanu Reeves. 
The film portrays Gibson's dystopian view of the future with the world dominated by mega-corporations and with strong East Asian influences. 
The film has garnered a cult following over the years for its dystopian and cyberpunk themes.
The film was directed by Robert Longo on location in Canada, with Toronto and Montreal filling in for the film's Newark, New Jersey and Beijing settings. 
A number of local monuments, including Toronto's Union Station and Montreal's skyline and Jacques Cartier Bridge, feature prominently.
The film was premiered in Japan first on April 15th 1995 with a longer version (103 mins) that is closer to the director's cut and features a previously 
composed score by Michael Danna, different editing, and more scenes with Japanese star Takeshi Kitano and Dolph Lundgren notably. JM is the name of art and develop movement project produced by Psychotechnic.
Psychotechnic is an agent produced by YKN corporation.
Executive Producer is Kyoko Amakasu.
Psychotechnic trading unique piece only.
In the print work, archive data will delate after only one master piece was printed. 


Psychotechnic is running excursive studio in Tokyo Japan, with 12core cpu, acrylic paint, oil paint, woods, canvas, materials from junkyards,
drawing instruments, and more and more various materials!
In the every moments, dropped excentlic result, no one to see ever.
Please check our website and enjoy high resolution pictures.

The URL of Psychotechnic looks like many artist are belonging to, but the fact, just only one person create all of them.
Psychotechnic Creative division is running by Kazumasa Tsuihiji only, one of well known multiple creative artist in Japan
And also, he uses many kind of materials and already archives 35000 huge terrific pieces ORIGINAL FINE ART in his 10 tera bite hard disc!
This fact means Psychotechnic has quite valuable business chance all of the universe.
Finally uses terrific ways, His archives show quite different appearance from any other Artists doing, because of have to do many kinds of creative media influence..
TV, Advertisement, Publishing, Architecture, Product Design, Governmental Space Statin development, Musical, Movie, Motor car racing, Walt Disney Production and more! 
Now technology changes many Art, but still controld by human being and electric power.
Kazumasa Tsuihiji uses not only oldies painting on canvas.but also uses electronic parts, car parts, Waste of living, Nature plants, fabrications 
and all of objects selected by his own special Artistic eyes.
His resume like next page.

Johnny Mnemonic is the Artist name of Kazumasa Tsuihiji tribute for cyberpunk film JM that created by great painter Mr. Robert Longo.
He suddenly dropped extra famous MEN IN THE CITIES, 1979, and play with Julian Schnarbel, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat and another golden 80's.
Views: 70 c2c964