"Curator Carol Kino, a contributing editor for Art & Auction who also writes for the New York Times, foregoes the traditional, linear exhibit installation by allowing Lombardi's work to sprawl throughout the space from floor to ceiling, as if the artist's brainstorm has left a tornado track of debris splattered around the gallery. "This is the first time the whole story has been told," Kino said. "I didn't think it would work as a straight installation. I wanted people to see what goes on inside an artist's brain."
"While grotesque, Lombardi's characters are oddly charming. Rather than doom and gloom, the show has a kind of goofy humor that permits the characters to be funny as well as appalling. But wandering through this artist's imagination, the future, instead of bright, looks more like blight."
Dan R. Goddard, San Antonio Express