Two major museum exhibitions open in NYC this week. MoMA’s Cindy Sherman retrospective includes her groundbreaking Untitled Film Stills from the late 1970s. The Guggenheim celebrates the six-decade career of the late John Chamberlain, whose assemblage sculptures broke new ground in the realm of abstract sculpture. In honor of Philip Glass’ 75th birthday, The Park Avenue Armory has invited the composer to co-curate a weekend-long program of performances featuring his own music, as well as music, poetry, and performances by the artists that influenced him.
On July 14, SF MoMA will be opening a retrospective of the work of photographer Cindy Sherman. Starting with her series Untitled Film Stills, Sherman’s photographs have consistently challenged the limits, meaning, and power of self-... Read Post
NEW YORK, N.Y.- The Museum of Modern Art will present the exhibition Cindy Sherman, a retrospective survey tracing the groundbreaking artist's career from the mid 1970s to the present, from February 26 through June 11, 2012. The exh... Read Post