Robert Longo Catalogue
Robert Longo
Special Projects
1976
"Artful dodger/L'esapce comme fiction," Hallwalls. Buffalo, New York. USA. 
 
"The Water in the Bucket/The Cloud in the Sky," Visual Studies Workshop. Rochester, New York. USA. 
 
"Temptation to Exist/Things I Will Regret," Artists Space. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1978
"Sound Disatnce of a Good Man," Franklin Furnace. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1979
"Pictures for Music," The Mudd Club. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"An Evening of Performance and Film," Fiorucci. New York, New York. USA. 
 
"Surrender," Moderna Museet. Stockholm, Sweden. 
 
1981
"Empire: A Performance Trilogy," The Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, DC. USA. 
 
1982
"Sound Distance," The Kitchen. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1984
"Sound Distance of Good Man," Corcoran Gallery Annex. Venice, California. USA. 
 
"Surrender," Corcoran Gallery Annex. Venice, California. USA. 
 
1985
"Performance Works 1977-1981," The Brooklyn Museum. New York, New York. USA. 
 
1986
"Golden Palomins' 'Boy (Go)'," Film and video direction. Celluloid Records, produced by Melissa Lewis, edited by Gretchen Bender. 
 
"New Order's 'Bizarre Love Triangle'," Film and video direction. Factory Communications, produced by Michael Shamberg, edited by Gretchen Bender. 
 
"Megadeth's 'Peace Sells'," Film and video direction. Capitol Records, produced by Victoria Hamburg, edited by Gretchen Bender, Pressure Pictures. 
 
1987
"Killing Angels," Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo State College. Buffalo, New York. USA. 
 
"Arena Brains," Film and video direction. 
 
"R.E.M.'s 'The One I Love," Film and video direction. IRS Records, produced by Victoria Hamburg, edited by Gretchen Bender, nominated for Best Director, MTV Awards, 1988, Pressure Pictures. 
 
"Wild Cards," Film and video direction. MTV, Series of Art Breaks, produced by Victoria Hamburg, edited by Michael F.W. Collins, Pressure Pictures. 
 
"World Saxophone Quartet's 'Hattie Wall'," Film and video direction. Elektra/Nonesuch Records, produced by Victoria Hamburg, edited by Michael F.W. Collins, Pressure Pictures. 
 
1988
"Solid Ashes," A collaboration with Janine Brogt and Paul Gallis. Rotterdamse Schouwburg. Rotterdam, The Netherlands. 
 
"Vernon Reid and Living Colour's 'Middle Man'," Film and video direction. Epic Records, produced by Victoria Hamburg, edited by Michael F.W. Collins, Pressure Pictures. 
 
"Ruben Blades' 'Hopes on Hold'," Film and video direction. Elektra Records, produced by Victoria Hamburg, edited by Michael F.W. Collins, Pressure Pictures. 
 
"American Vanity," Film and video direction. 10 minute video starring Eric Bogosian, produced by Victoria Hamburg, edited by Gretchen Bender, Pressure Pictures. 
 
1989
"Dream Jumbo: working the absolutes," Royce Hall, UCLA. Los Angeles, California. USA. 
 
1992
"Lucio Silla," Co-Director, set and costume designer for the Mozart Opera. Mozart Festival. Salzburg, Austria. 
 
"Tales From the Crypt: This'll Kill Ya," Film and video direction. Featuring Sonia Braga, Dylan McDermott, Premier HBO episode for the television series. 
 
"Plan B's 'Life's A Beat'," Film and video direction. Markenfilm. Hamburg, Germany. 
 
"Helmet's 'Give It'," Film and video direction. Featuring Eric Bogosian, Icon Pictures. 
 
1993
"Suicide in Madrid," Set and costume design for the play by Klaus Pole. Schauspielhaus. Zurich, Switzerland. 
 
ELAC (Espace Lyonnais D'Art Contemporain). Lyon, France. 
 
1994
"Art in Embassies Program," U.S. Embassy. Copenhagen, Denmark. 
 
1995
"Johnny Mnemonic," Film direction. 
 
1997
"Heinrich Heine - A Birthday Video," Film and video direction. 
 
1998
"Stills: A Selection from the Marieluise Hessel Collection," (Brochure) Center for Curatorial Studies. Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. USA. 
 
1999
"Dorfman Projects," New York, New York. USA. 
 
2000
"Limited and Unlimited Editions," Artists Space, Benefit exhibition. New York, New York. USA. 
 
2005
"The Patsys," musical installation at WPS1 Art Radio. October 30-February 6, 2006. 
 
2006
"The Movement of Images," Centre Pompidou Editions. Paris, France. (cover design). 
 
2008
"Monsters: A Group Exhibition Curated by Robert Longo," Rental Gallery. New York, New York. Opening Reception: September 7, 6-8 pm. September 7-October 5, 2008. 
 
2010-2011
"The Art of Collaboration with Bottega Veneta," New York, New York. Fall-Winter. 
 
2011
"Conversation: Birth of a Generation: The Art Scene of the 1970s," with Douglas Crimp and Robert Longo, moderated by Anthony Bannon. Metropolitan Pavilion, George Eastman House. New York, New York. October 3, 2011. 
 
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