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Stephen Petronio presents
American Landscapes

Stephen Petronio Company will be presenting their 35th Anniversary Season with the world premiere of Stephen Petronio’s American Landscapes. The dance is a series of shifting pastoral, emotional and social canvases that reflect the complicated beauty that coexists in these United States. American Landscapes is a collaboration curated by Jill Brienza, with the musical duo of Jozef Van Wissem and Jim Jarmusch, visual design by New York artist Robert Longo, and lighting by Ken Tabachnick.

The program will also feature two new works for their Bloodlines project: Coverage Revisited (1970), by Rudy Perez, one of the singular artists of color of the Judson Dance Theatre; and Tread (1970), a third work by Merce Cunningham and is part of the official Cunningham Centennial programming.

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Anderson Ranch Arts Center's
2018 Summer Series

Photo credit: Martin Kunz

Anderson Ranch’s popular Summer Series: Featured Artists & Conversations fosters a broader understanding of contemporary art and art making. Featured events include lectures, conversations, panels and Q&A formats. Presentations are focused on artists’ work and topics relevant to the contemporary art community.

New York Magazine's 50th Anniversary
Public Art Project

Robert Longo’s New York Magazine cover, shown along with eight others, is on view at Bryant Park during the month of July 2018. The work is part of the magazine’s 50th anniversary public art project, featuring original artwork by 50 renowned artists celebrating the spirit of New York. Other participating artists include Alex Katz, Yoko Ono, Barbara Kruger, Marilyn Minter, Judy Chicago, Mickalene Thomas, George Condo, Kerry James Marshall, Mel Bochner, Nate Lowman, and Shirin Neshat.

Creative Time's
"Pledges of Allegiance"

Robert Longo Flag Unfurled for Creative Time’s “Pledges of Allegiance” Public Art Project

Read Article Hamptons Art Hub, Susan Hodara, 9/25/2017

Robert Longo Installation Will
Come to Hunter College

New York Times, Andrew R. Chow 8/30/2017

Robert Longo will present a public work above Lexington Avenue in Manhattan.

Robert Longo and Henry Rollins
Take Stage (PHOTOS)

The Huffington Post, Eric Swenson 05/19/2016

The Un-Private Collection : Robert Longo + Henry Rollins : Tuesday, May 17 | 8 p.m. Orpheum Theatre, Downtown L.A.

In their continuing series of live streaming art talks, The Broad held another public conversation (Un-Private Collection) at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown L.A. The one hour talk was between renowned artist Robert Longo and musician and writer Henry Rollins.