George Condo

George Condo. Photo: Stefan Ruiz

 

The paintings, drawings and sculptural work of George Condo (*1957) offer a virtuosic examination of a wide range of art-historical idioms, which he transforms into his own visual language. He depicts grotesque, tragicomic and sometimes monstrous subjects with stylistic elements from seventeenth-century Venetian or Dutch painting, but also Cubism, Surrealism and Pop Art. The New York-based artist has been associated with the gallery for over three decades, having mounted one of the first solo exhibitions of his career at Galerie Monika Sprüth in 1984.

 

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For all their copious references, Condo’s paintings are not quotations, pastiches or appropriations. They are products of a painterly project that mines the history of art while simultaneously challenging the justification for contemporary painting. The historically coded, painterly idioms he uses extend from the religious light of the Baroque to the iridescent tones of Florentine cangiante, to techniques he finds in Dürer, Rembrandt or Caravaggio. There is also the vocabulary of modernism and abstraction—echoes of de Kooning’s lines, Matisse’s colors and, of course, Picasso. Yet regardless of the formal vocabulary he uses, be it Old Masters or abstraction, Condo’s choice of subject systematically destroys familiar pictorial structures and demolishes the painting’s semantic field. His oeuvre is like a wild, technically brilliant art historical delirium that reconfigures past and present in a complex synthesis. He himself has termed this process “Artificial Realism.”

Condo’s career encompasses not only a variety of formal vocabularies, but also a variety of media, including collage, drawing, and sculpture. Time and again he has returned to the medium of drawing to not only shed new light on the territory between the abstract and the figurative, but also to disrupt preconceived notions about the difference between drawing and painting. Developing a method he calls “psychological Cubism,” he composes his figures and portraits not from the Cubist technique of different perspectives, but rather in a range of simultaneous emotional and psychological states.

One unifying aspect of Condo’s works is their shared dystopian, yet empathic take on humanity and our time. His oeuvre teems with cartoonish portraits, grotesque grimaces, absurd group sex scenes and detached, oddly animated body parts. In his dark, psychological landscapes, beauty and horror usually go hand in hand, and his damaged figures thrive on melodrama, seesawing between seduction and rejection. Bearing traits of both ecstasy and madness, they are forever on the verge of an uncontrollable frenzy. And yet they appear to meet with surprising sanguinity the desolation of their time and world.

 

 

George Condo: The Way I Think
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, November 11, 2017–April 2, 2018
© Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2017

Works
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Shorty and His Gang, 2018

George Condo
Shorty and His Gang, 2018
Acrylic, gesso, metallic paint and pigment stick on linen
254 × 594.4 cm
100 × 234 inches
(in three parts)

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Prismatic Portrait, 2019

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Prismatic Portrait, 2019
Oil on linen
193 × 188 × 3.2 cm
76 × 74 × 1 1/4 inches

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Modern Caveman, 2019

George Condo
Modern Caveman, 2019
Oil and pigment stick on linen
193 × 188 × 3.2 cm
76 × 74 × 1 1/4 inches

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George Condo
Double Heads on Red, 2014

George Condo
Double Heads on Red, 2014
Acrylic, charcoal, pastel on linen
121.9 × 279.4 cm
48 × 110 inches

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George Condo
Green and Purple Head Composition, 2018

George Condo
Green and Purple Head Composition, 2018
Acrylic, charcoal, pastel and pigment stick on linen
208.3 × 198.1 cm
82 × 78 inches

George Condo
George Condo
Birdbrain, 2018

George Condo
Birdbrain, 2018
Oil and pigment stick on linen
289.6 × 289.6 cm
114 × 114 inches

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George Condo
What's the point?, 2018

George Condo
What's the point?, 2018
Oil on linen
289.6 × 289.6 cm
114 × 114 inches

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George Condo
Irish Girl, 2002

George Condo
Irish Girl, 2002
Oil on canvas
100 × 73.7 cm
39 3/8 × 29 inches

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George Condo
Impressions of Goya 3, 2016

George Condo
Impressions of Goya 3, 2016
Oil on linen
233.7 × 195.6 cm
92 × 77 inches

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George Condo
Your Friendly Neighborhood Robot, 2019

George Condo
Your Friendly Neighborhood Robot, 2019
Oil on linen
198.1 × 254 cm
78 × 100 inches

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George Condo
Red Antipodular Portrait, 1996

George Condo
Red Antipodular Portrait, 1996
Oil on canvas
152.4 × 121.9 cm
60 × 48 inches

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George Condo
St. Patrick’s Day, 2020

George Condo
St. Patrick’s Day, 2020
Oil and pigment stick on canvas
152.4 × 121.9 cm
60 × 48 inches

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George Condo
Pacific Coast Highway, 2012

George Condo
Pacific Coast Highway, 2012
Acrylic, charcoal, pastel on linen
182.9 × 188 cm
72 × 74 inches

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George Condo
Nude homeless man, 2010

George Condo
Nude homeless man, 2010
Oil on linen
127 × 127 cm
50 × 50 inches

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George Condo
God 2, 2014

George Condo
God 2, 2014
Gold patinated bronze
71.1 × 61 × 55.9 cm
28 × 24 × 22 inches

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George Condo
Arrival, 1997

George Condo
Arrival, 1997
Oil on canvas
152.4 × 183 cm
60 × 72 inches

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George Condo
Spanish Head Composition, 1988

George Condo
Spanish Head Composition, 1988
Oil and paper collage on canvas
300 × 250 cm
118 × 98 3/8 inches

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George Condo
Trying to escape from planet earth, 1984

George Condo
Trying to escape from planet earth, 1984
Oil on canvas
150 × 150 cm (framed)
59 × 59 inches (framed)

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George Condo
Shorty and His Gang, 2018
Acrylic, gesso, metallic paint and pigment stick on linen
254 × 594.4 cm
100 × 234 inches
(in three parts)

George Condo
Shorty and His Gang, 2018
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George Condo
Shorty and His Gang, 2018 (detail)

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Shorty and His Gang, 2018
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George Condo
Shorty and His Gang, 2018 (detail)

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Shorty and His Gang, 2018
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George Condo
Shorty and His Gang, 2018 (detail)

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Shorty and His Gang, 2018
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George Condo
Prismatic Portrait, 2019
Oil on linen
193 × 188 × 3.2 cm
76 × 74 × 1 1/4 inches

George Condo
Prismatic Portrait, 2019
George Condo

George Condo
Modern Caveman, 2019
Oil and pigment stick on linen
193 × 188 × 3.2 cm
76 × 74 × 1 1/4 inches

George Condo
Modern Caveman, 2019
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Modern Caveman, 2019 (detail)

George Condo
Modern Caveman, 2019
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George Condo

George Condo
Modern Caveman, 2019 (detail)

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Modern Caveman, 2019
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George Condo
Double Heads on Red, 2014
Acrylic, charcoal, pastel on linen
121.9 × 279.4 cm
48 × 110 inches

George Condo
Double Heads on Red, 2014
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Double Heads on Red, 2014 (detail)

George Condo
Double Heads on Red, 2014
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George Condo

George Condo
Double Heads on Red, 2014 (detail)

George Condo
Double Heads on Red, 2014
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George Condo

George Condo
Double Heads on Red, 2014 (detail)

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Double Heads on Red, 2014
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George Condo
Green and Purple Head Composition, 2018
Acrylic, charcoal, pastel and pigment stick on linen
208.3 × 198.1 cm
82 × 78 inches

George Condo
Green and Purple Head Composition, 2018
George Condo

George Condo
Birdbrain, 2018
Oil and pigment stick on linen
289.6 × 289.6 cm
114 × 114 inches

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Birdbrain, 2018
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George Condo

George Condo
Birdbrain, 2018 (detail)

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Birdbrain, 2018
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George Condo
What's the point?, 2018
Oil on linen
289.6 × 289.6 cm
114 × 114 inches

George Condo
What's the point?, 2018
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George Condo
What's the point?, 2018 (detail)

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What's the point?, 2018
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George Condo
What's the point?, 2018 (detail)

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What's the point?, 2018
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George Condo
What's the point?, 2018 (detail)

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What's the point?, 2018
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George Condo
What's the point?, 2018 (detail)

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What's the point?, 2018
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George Condo
Irish Girl, 2002
Oil on canvas
100 × 73.7 cm
39 3/8 × 29 inches

George Condo
Irish Girl, 2002
George Condo

George Condo
Impressions of Goya 3, 2016
Oil on linen
233.7 × 195.6 cm
92 × 77 inches

George Condo
Impressions of Goya 3, 2016
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Impressions of Goya 3, 2016 (detail)

George Condo
Impressions of Goya 3, 2016
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Impressions of Goya 3, 2016 (detail)

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Impressions of Goya 3, 2016
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George Condo
Your Friendly Neighborhood Robot, 2019
Oil on linen
198.1 × 254 cm
78 × 100 inches

George Condo
Your Friendly Neighborhood Robot, 2019
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Your Friendly Neighborhood Robot, 2019 (detail)

George Condo
Your Friendly Neighborhood Robot, 2019
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Your Friendly Neighborhood Robot, 2019 (detail)

George Condo
Your Friendly Neighborhood Robot, 2019
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George Condo

George Condo
Your Friendly Neighborhood Robot, 2019 (detail)

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Your Friendly Neighborhood Robot, 2019
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George Condo
Red Antipodular Portrait, 1996
Oil on canvas
152.4 × 121.9 cm
60 × 48 inches

George Condo
Red Antipodular Portrait, 1996
George Condo

George Condo
St. Patrick’s Day, 2020
Oil and pigment stick on canvas
152.4 × 121.9 cm
60 × 48 inches

George Condo
St. Patrick’s Day, 2020
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
St. Patrick’s Day, 2020 (detail)

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St. Patrick’s Day, 2020
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George Condo

George Condo
St. Patrick’s Day, 2020 (detail)

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St. Patrick’s Day, 2020
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George Condo

George Condo
St. Patrick’s Day, 2020 (detail)

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St. Patrick’s Day, 2020
George Condo

George Condo
Pacific Coast Highway, 2012
Acrylic, charcoal, pastel on linen
182.9 × 188 cm
72 × 74 inches

George Condo
Pacific Coast Highway, 2012
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Pacific Coast Highway, 2012 (detail)

George Condo
Pacific Coast Highway, 2012
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Pacific Coast Highway, 2012 (detail)

George Condo
Pacific Coast Highway, 2012
George Condo

George Condo
Nude homeless man, 2010
Oil on linen
127 × 127 cm
50 × 50 inches

George Condo
Nude homeless man, 2010
George Condo

George Condo
God 2, 2014
Gold patinated bronze
71.1 × 61 × 55.9 cm
28 × 24 × 22 inches

George Condo
God 2, 2014
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
God 2, 2014 (detail)

George Condo
God 2, 2014
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
God 2, 2014 (detail)

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God 2, 2014
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George Condo
Arrival, 1997
Oil on canvas
152.4 × 183 cm
60 × 72 inches

George Condo
Arrival, 1997
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Arrival, 1997 (detail)

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Arrival, 1997
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George Condo
Arrival, 1997 (detail)

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Arrival, 1997
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George Condo
Arrival, 1997 (detail)

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Arrival, 1997
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George Condo
Arrival, 1997 (detail)

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Arrival, 1997
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George Condo

George Condo
Arrival, 1997 (detail)

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Arrival, 1997
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George Condo
Spanish Head Composition, 1988
Oil and paper collage on canvas
300 × 250 cm
118 × 98 3/8 inches

George Condo
Spanish Head Composition, 1988
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Spanish Head Composition, 1988 (detail)

George Condo
Spanish Head Composition, 1988
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Spanish Head Composition, 1988 (detail)

George Condo
Spanish Head Composition, 1988
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Spanish Head Composition, 1988 (detail)

George Condo
Spanish Head Composition, 1988
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George Condo
Trying to escape from planet earth, 1984
Oil on canvas
150 × 150 cm (framed)
59 × 59 inches (framed)

George Condo
Trying to escape from planet earth, 1984
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Trying to escape from planet earth, 1984 (detail)

George Condo
Trying to escape from planet earth, 1984
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Trying to escape from planet earth, 1984 (detail)

George Condo
Trying to escape from planet earth, 1984
George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Trying to escape from planet earth, 1984 (detail)

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Trying to escape from planet earth, 1984
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Current and Upcoming

Pablo Picasso & Les Femmes d’Alger
Museum Berggruen, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin – Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin
March 26–June 27, 2021

In the winter of 1954–55, Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) realised a long-held desire. The 73-year-old painted a response to Eugène Delacroix’s famous work Women of Algiers, of which he produced two versions as a memento of his 1832 journey to North Africa.
Alongside paintings and works on paper from the Femmes d’Alger series, the exhibition will also feature works that inspired Picasso, as well as some that he himself inspired.

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George Condo
Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie / Jens Ziehe / Succession Picasso / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2019
Exhibitions at Sprüth Magers
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George Condo
George Condo and the Unappeasable Eye
June 2–July 19, 2020

George Condo’s recent painting Smiling Female Portrait (2020) depicts a woman with four eyes, each one with a different expression. Her left eye gazes contentedly into the outside world, while her right bursts with cartoonish surprise. A third eye seems to extend from her cheek, expressing a curiosity all its own, while the bulbous eye at the top her head apprehends the space above with a wide-eyed glare.

George Condo
What's the point?
April 9–June 1, 2019
Los Angeles

What’s the Point of consistency in art?

Every time I put a brushstroke down on a canvas I ask myself, “What’s the Point?

What’s the Point of each and every mark going onto the painting? It is important for an artist to ask themselves that question. I am intentional with every move I make as a painter. Even if it appears to be random or an accident, or just a part of a painting that seems less important than another, it is not and cannot ever be.

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George Condo
George Condo

George Condo
Entrance to the Void
April 20–June 11, 2016
Los Angeles

In Entrance to the Void, George Condo condenses the disparate styles of his previous artistic periods into individual paintings that broach the void between figuration and abstraction. Moreover, his new body of work becomes a philosophical exercise in counteracting ideas of ‘nothingness’ through the visual consolidation of a personal, and in this case, artistic history. Condo’s exhibition at Sprüth Magers in Los Angeles marks over three decades with the gallery since his very first solo show at Monika Sprüth Gallery in Cologne, 1984.

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George Condo
Paintings and Sculptures
April 27–June 22, 2013
Berlin

Condo has been connected with the gallery for almost thirty years now. In February 1984, when he lived for a short time in Cologne, the Monika Sprüth Galerie hosted one of the first solo exhibitions of the artist's career. Today Condo is considered to be one of the pioneers of the international revival of figurative painting. With a sensibility schooled in Pop Art, he single-handedly reintroduced the pictorial language of the Old Masters into the discussion concerning contemporary art.

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George Condo

George Condo
Drawings
October 12–December 11, 2011
London

George Condo emerged out of the dynamism of the New York art scene of the early 1980s, swiftly establishing himself as an unparalleled draftsman with an at once distinctive and arresting painterly style. Condo travelled to Europe where he associated with the Mülheimer Freiheit cohort of Cologne, a collective of so-called ‘Young Wild Ones’, with Walter Dahn and Jiri Georg Dokoupil being amongst the most influential painters on Condo.

George Condo
Family Portraits
January 30–April 1, 2010
Berlin

George Condo, who in 1984 had his first solo exhibition at the Monika Sprüth Galerie in Cologne, resided at the beginning of the 1980s for an extended period in Cologne and moved within the context of the 'Jungen Wilden'. The style of this group of young painters, to which such artists as Walter Dahn and Jiri Dokupil belonged, was typified by an emphatically painterly and expressive character which deliberately distanced itself from the artistic movements in vogue at that time, such as Minimalism and Concept Art.

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George Condo
Drawings
October 18–November 22, 2008
Berlin

Condo’s work is marked by the unification of perceived contradictions; it combines the formal language of classical painting such as Diego Velazquez and Pablo Picasso with the aesthetics of modern cartoons and mass media. While Condo refrains from citing images directly, subtly integrating art historical references into his own image world, his work is unique. Condo contaminates the legacy of the art historical canon through dark humor and the grotesque.

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George Condo
March 16–May 7, 2005
Munich

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Religious Paintings
October 13–November 13, 2004
London

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April 24–June 19, 2004
Cologne

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September 14–October 27, 2001
Munich

George Condo
March 23–June 19, 1999
Cologne

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November 7, 1997–January 24, 1998
Cologne

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November 15–December 21, 1991
Cologne

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Neue Arbeiten
February 19–April 30, 1988
Cologne

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Neue Arbeiten
March 24–April 20, 1985
Cologne

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Bilder-Zeichnungen
February 15–March 13, 1984
Cologne

Press

‘Everything That Could Go Wrong, Did Go Wrong’: George Condo on the Difficult Path to His Most Personal Exhibition to Date Artnet, article by Pac Pobric, December 3, 2019

For His First Public Sculpture, George Condo Matched His Concept With Its Grand Location
Observer, article by Helen Holmes, October 30, 2019

A Sun God? A Cyborg? No, It’s a George Condo Creation
The New York Times, review by Hilarie M. Sheets, October 29, 2019

George Condo Tells Art & Object “What’s the Point?”
Art & Object, article by Jordan Riefe, April 26, 2019

George Condo Gets to the Point at His New Los Angeles Exhibition
LA Weekly, review by Jordan Riefe, April 17, 2019

Raf Simons and his friend, the artist George Condo, on Warhol and the rest of the world
Interview, interview by Nick Haramis, September 11, 2018

Mondo Condo: Exploring the Extreme of George Condo’s Work
Ran Dian interview by Chris Moore, March 20, 2018

Picasso’s Woman in a Red Armchair 1932: An appreciation by fellow artist George Condo
TATE, text by George Condo, March 7, 2018

George Condo with Joachim Pissarro
The Brooklyn Rail, interview by Joachim Pissarro, November 2017

George Condo
Vanity Fair, article by Dorian May, November 2017

The Artificial Realism of George Condo
BmoreArt, article by Jordannah Elizabeth, May 15, 2017

George Condo Interview by Maurizio Cattelan
Kaleidoscope, interview by Maurizio Cattelan, Spring 2017

Kalkulierte Konfrontation
Schirn Mag, review by Julia Schmitz, March 29, 2017

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George Condo Confrontation
Kunstforum International, review by Michael Nungesser, January – February 2017

George Condo, Modern Art’s Wild Man of Borneo, „Just Loves to Paint – And (Doesn’t) Have Much Else to Do.“ Modern Matter, review by Philippa Snow, Summer 2016

George Condo’s Jazz Inspired Paintings at Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles
Huffington Post, review by Lita Barrie, June 8, 2016

George Condo – This pleasure is precious
Flaunt, interview by Matthew Bedard, May – June 2016

Artnet Asks: George Condo Sees Faces and Screaming Heads Everywhere
Artnet, article by Emily Nathan, October 14, 2015

Interview with George Condo
Purple Fashion, interview by Oliver Zahm, Spring – Summer 2015

Artist George Condo’s Instrument Collection
The Wall Street Journal, article by Megan Conway, January 23, 2014

Tizians Hund und ich
Welt am Sonntag, article by Tim Ackermann, June 2, 2013

George Condo »Mental States«
Kunstforum International, review by Christian Huther, April – June 2012

Condo
Interview, interview by Adam Kimmel, February 2012

Two London shows for US artist George Condo
Wallpaper*, article by Caroline Roux, October 11, 2011

George Condo
Artforum International, review by David Rimanelli, April 2011

A Mind Where Picasso Meets Looney Tunes
The New York Times, review by Holland Cotter, January 27, 2011

Herr der glotzenden Fratzen
Welt am Sonntag, interview by Tim Ackermann, January 31, 2010

Können vor Lachen
Monopol, article by Ben Lewis, February 2009

George Condo Memory is the Medium
Whitewall, article by Carlo McCormick, Summer 2008

Time’s Fool
Frieze, article by Jennifer Higgie, May 2007

George Condo
Kunstforum International, review by Claudia Posca, September – October 2005

Michael Stoeber über George Condo
Artist Kunstmagazin, article by Michael Stoeber, March 2005

George Condo, The Condo Effect
Another Magazine, article by Mark Sanders, Autumn – Winter 2004

Reflex auf Pop-Kultur
Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, review by Enno Stahl, May 15 – 16, 1999

George Condo
Bomb, interview by Anne Bonney, Summer 1992

George Condo
Artforum International, review by David Rimanelli, September 1991

George Condo
Artscripe, review by Merlin Carpenter, Summer 1989

George Condo: …sein eigenes Ding durchziehen
Kunstforum International, interview by Friedemann Malsch, June – July 1988

Cover: George Condo
Artforum International, January 1988

Lust an Ironie und Täuschung
art Das Kunstmagazin, review by Anja Löser, April 1987

George Condo
Flash Art, reveiw by Lucie Beyer, May 1984

25 Bilder von George Condo
Wolkenkratzer, review by Jutta Koether, April – May 1984

 

Biography

George Condo (*1957, Concord, MA) lives in New York. Selected solo exhibitions include Cycladic Art Museum, Athens, and Maritime Museum, Hong Kong (both 2018), Phillips Collection, Washington D.C (2017, traveled to Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark), Staatliche Museen zu Berlin – Museum Berggruen, Berlin (2016), New Museum, New York (2010, traveled to Hayward Gallery, London (2011), Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam (2011), and Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt (2012). Selected group exhibitions include Venice Biennale (2019, 2013), 13e Biennale de Lyon (2015), Whitney Biennial (2010, 1987), Grand Palais, Paris (2015), Kunsthalle Zurich (2012) and Kunstmuseum Luzern (2008).

Education
1976–78 University of Massachusetts Lowell
Teaching
2004 Visiting Lecturer on Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard
Awards, Grants and Fellowships
2018 BOMB Magazine 2018 Anniversary Gala Honoree
2013 New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture Honoree
2008 National Artist Award, Anderson Ranch Arts Center
2008 Annual Artist’s Award from ArtsConnection, New York
2005 Francis J. Greenberger Award
1999 Academy Award in Art, the American Academy of Arts and Letters
Public Collections
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo
Citigroup Art Advisory Service Collection, New York
Deste Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Athens
Dakis Joannou Collection Foundation, Athens
Doron Sebbag Art Collection, ORS Ltd., Tel Aviv
Fonds National d’Art Contemporain, Ministère de la Culture, Paris
Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain, Ile de France, Paris
Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain, Auvergne
Kunsthalle Bielefeld
Moderna Museet, Stockholm
Museu d’Art Contemporani, Barcelona
Norton Gallery, Palm Beach
Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt
Stedeljik Museum, Amsterdam
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Tate, London
The Broad Art Foundation, Los Angeles
The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
The Judith Rothschild Foundation, Tel Aviv
The Karpidas Family Collection, Dallas
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
The National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
The Olbricht Collection, Berlin
The Pisces Collection, Donaueschingen
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York