D. Dominick Lombardi
D. Dominick Lombardi (Bronx, New York 1954) is a visual artist, writer and art critic; the U.S. editor of dArt international magazine; as well as a curator. He was an art critic for The New York Times from 1998 to 2005.
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D. Dominick Lombardi was born into the family of an Italian-American carpenter in the Bronx, NY in 1954. He worked in the family carpentry shop as a teenager. He is a regular contributor for Huffington Post and a curator for Galerie Protégé, Lichtundfire and Walter Wickiser Gallery in New York City. He was a curator and a curatorial advisor for the Lab Gallery (2004-2006), producing over 60 exhibitions in three years with a cycle of 10 day exhibitions.
Lombardi taught Life Drawing, Painting, and Beginning Drawing as an Adjunct Art Professor at Westchester Community College from 1988-2015. His additional affiliations in the field included: Board Chair, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, NY, 1996–98, where he initiated the first Westchester Biennial in 1998, a position he left later that year when he began writing for The New York Times; Member of the International Association of Art Critics, 2001–2007; and Art Advisor for Pfizer at Doral Arrowwood Educational Center, Purchase, NY, 1997–1998.
Lombardi has been exhibiting since 1977 in various venues, for example the Stamford Museum in 1997, the Stamford Branch Gallery in 2000, the Blue Star Contemporary Art Center in 2008, at Florida Atlantic University in 2009, and at Artlexis in Brooklyn in 2009. Lombardi's art has been reviewed in various publications.
Lombardi is known for the Post Apocalyptic Tattoo series which spanned the decade between 1998 to 2008 which culminated in two one-man shows. The first exhibition in 2008, was held at Blue Star Contemporary Art Center in San Antonio, TX, titled “The Post Apocalyptic Tattoo: A Ten Year Survey”. The second exhibition was held at the Housatonic Museum of Art in Bridgeport, CT, opened in September 2009.
In addition to his art, Lombardi has had articles been published in The New York Times, ARTslant, Art in Asia (S. Korea), Public Art and Ecology (China), Art Experience NYC, Sculpture, Sculpture Review, d’ART (U.S. Editor), Art Papers, Art Lies, ARTnews, & magazine, Art New England and culturecatch.com among others. His reviews and feature articles for The New York Times appeared between 1998  and 2005. Also, Lombardi has curated a variety of exhibitions in museums and galleries across the U. S. including Monkey Spoon and Anonymous among others.
- D. Dominick Lombardi. "Sense and Sustainability" (PDF). Media.icompendium.com. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
- "D. Dominick Lombardi". Huffingtonpost.com. 1998-01-18. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
- William Zimmerman (1998-01-18). "ART; The 20th Century, Two Viewpoints in Sculpture and Collage". The New York Times. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
- William Zimmerman (2000-08-13). "ART; Form, Color and More From 25 Artists". The New York Times. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
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- Robert C. Morgan. "WM | whitehot magazine of contemporary art". Whitehotmagazine.com. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
- "The Artist's Lament: The Workspace Gallery · New York, New York". Zingmagazine.com. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
- Wilson, Michael (January 15, 2009). ""D. Dominick Lombardi's drawings and sculptures create imaginary mutations in which incongruous components are forced together and familiar icons are warped beyond recognition."". New York: Time Out. p. 53. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
Review: Apocalyptic Pop
- Robert C. Morgan. "WM | whitehot magazine of contemporary art | December 2009, D. Dominick Lombardi @ The Housatonic Museum of Art". Whitehotmagazine.com. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
- "D. Dominick Lombardi". ArtSlant.com. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
- D. Dominick Lombardi (2005-05-01). "Art Reviews - The Colors of Nature, The Lines of Mathematics - Review". The New York Times. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
- D. Dominick Lombardi (1998-12-27). "Prendergast's Private World". The New York Times. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
- The New York Times, 5/1/2005, WE section p.8 "The Colors of Nature, The Lines of Mathematics"
- "Monkey Spoon - Art Review". Culturecatch.com. 2011-07-25. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-12-25. Retrieved 2014-12-06.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)