Assemblage of two works in Longo’s exhibition: Untitled (After Pollock, Convergence, 1952), 2020. Charcoal on mounted paper, 84 1/8 x 140 inches. Untitled (Field of Cotton, Alabama), 2019. Charcoal on mounted paper, 88 1/4 x 70 inches.
ROBERT LONGO: A HISTORY OF THE PRESENT
August 7- October 17, 2021
Curated by Christina Mossaides Strassfield,
Museum Director/Chief Curator
August 7, 6-8PM: Meet Robert Longo in the Galleries
August 17, 7PM: Robert Longo and Shirin Neshat in Conversation
Artists Robert Longo and Shirin Neshat will discuss the process of visual artists making and directing films
August 17, 8:30PM: Screening of Johnny Mnemonic Introduced by Robert Longo
New black & white conversion of the 1995 action drama starring Keanu Reeves
August 31, 7PM: Robert Longo Documentary Film by The Artist Profile Archive
Followed by a Q&A with Robert Longo, Filmmaker Sophie Chahinian, and moderated by Christina Mossaides Strassfield
September 25, 3PM: Gallery Tour with Christina Mossaides Strassfield
Visita a GuildHall.org para ver un tour virtual en español.
8/7-9/6: Thursday to Monday, 12-5PM, Saturday, 12-8PM
9/10-10/17: Friday to Sunday, 12-5PM
Free Admission is generously funded by Dime Community Bank and Landscape Details.
Principal Sponsor: Lucio and Joan Noto
Lead Sponsors: Susan and Olive Numeroff in memory of Marvin Numeroff, Fern and Lenard Tessler, Alison and Donald Weiss, and public funding provided by Suffolk County
Co-Lead Sponsors: Bloomberg Philanthropies, Jacqueline Brody, Robert Lehman Foundation, Metro Pictures, Elin and Michael Nierenberg, Dayna and Steve Novenstein, and Pace Gallery
Additional Support: Shari and Jeff Aronson, Carol and Arthur Goldberg, Agnes Gund, and Deborah and David Roberts
Guild Hall’s museum programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, an anonymous donor, Peggy J. Amster, Crozier Fine Arts, and funding from The Michael Lynne Museum Endowment, and The Melville Straus Family Endowment.
Theater Programming supported in part by the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, Barbara Slifka, The Schaffner Family Foundation, Straus Family Foundation, Brown Harris Stevens, Michael Balmuth, Blythe Danner, Lang Insurance, and funding from The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming and The Melville Straus Family Endowment.
Cover: Assemblage of two works in Longo’s exhibition: Untitled (After Pollock, Convergence, 1952), 2020. Charcoal on mounted paper, 84 1/8 x 140 inches. Untitled (Field of Cotton, Alabama), 2019. Charcoal on mounted paper, 88 1/4 x 70 inches.