Mark Lombardi

Feature

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Mark Lombardi was obsessed with financial chicanery, and with drawing the lines in which power flows. When he died in 2000, he left 14,000 index cards with entries on everything from multinational corporations to arms dealers to his own friends. But why are his huge, detailed drawings so difficult to decode? Produced by Ilya Marritz

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Ilya Marritz

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