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Mark Lombardi: Global Networks by Robert…
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Mark Lombardi: Global Networks (2003)

by Robert Hobbs

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0916365670, Paperback)

In drawings both small and monumental, Mark Lombardi creates visual narratives of the way money flows in our postimperial, transnational economy: from corporations to political organizations, from individuals to various ad hoc groups, most of them acting outside of and transcending national boundaries. Using graphite and colored pencil, and information culled from newspaper accounts, TV and other sources in the public domain, Lombardi has developed a new type of history painting that maps the economic underpinnings of our global society.

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