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Cindy Sherman, More or Less

Carol Vogel’s profile/summary of Cindy Sherman’s career in advance of her retrospective at MoMA will appear in the New York Times on Sunday. You can read it now:

“She’s undoubtedly one of the most influential artists of our time,” said Eva Respini, associate curator of photography at MoMA, who has spent the last two years organizing Ms. Sherman’s retrospective. “She is always addressing issues at the heart of our visual culture. In this world of celebrity makeovers, reality TV and YouTube, here is an artist whose different modes of representation seem truer now than when they were made.”

Philippe Ségalot, a Manhattan dealer who bought his first work by Ms. Sherman for his own collection in the ’80s, said: “I’ve always been amazed how she could take what seems like such a simple idea and keep reinventing it. Cindy is one of the few artists who has been consistently great throughout her entire career.”

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artmarketmonitor.com | 19.05.2017 20:02



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