Fine art photographer Cindy Sherman, whose wildly successful career has spanned over 40 years, has recently released a new form of work via Instagram. Her now-public account was originally created as a private profile last October. Now,...Show More Summary
In which we all get in (de)formation, I bring you a moment to revisit the words of poet John Ashbery alongside Cindy Sherman's ever- convex face. Self-portrait in a Convex Mirror, Francesco Mazzola (known as Parmigianino), 1524. Screenshot of Cindy Sherman's recently made-public (and much discussed) instagram account. Show More Summary
Cindy Sherman is posting publicly on Instagram as _cindysherman_ after having her account set to private under a different account name. Many recent images use distortions and filters. (more…)
Other critics responded rapturously after the art star made her Instagram account public, but their nearly unanimous praise is misplaced. The post Why I “Like” but Don’t Love Cindy Sherman’s Instagram Photos appeared first on Hyperallergic.
A look at this week's art news, including Cindy Sherman's recent splash on Instagram, and events and exhibitions from Oklahoma to Buenos Aires.
In an uncharacteristic move, the artist reveals something of herself, and points out the gap between self-portraiture and narcissistic selfie snapping.
Artist Cindy Sherman has had a private Instagram account for some time but suddenly made it public the other day. Scrolling back through the archives, it becomes apparent that Sherman has been playing around with new techniques for altering...Show More Summary
Love emoji, thumbs-up emoji: "Her new mobile selfies are by turns outlandish, hilarious and poignant. They demystify the influences and experiments of a great artist, even as they also point to the gap between Ms. Sherman’s vital, unsettling practice of sideways self-portraiture and the narcissistic practice of selfie snapping."
Artnet News noted yesterday that not long ago, Cindy Sherman switched her Instagram account from private to public — therein unleashing a stampede of new, digitally distorted Cindy Shermans. Despite it lacking the coveted blue checkmark...Show More Summary
A lecture about the history of cats in L.A., a screening of Cindy Sherman's weird thriller Office Killer, Fourth of July fireworks and parades, and more fun stuff to do in L.A. this week. fri 6/30 626 Night Market was created seven years ago as an homage to the nighttime...
The photographer Jake Michaels was inspired by Cindy Sherman’s “Untitled Film Stills” (1977-80) and sought to evoke something similar in modern-day Los Angeles.
The smartly cheeky show at Shulamit Nazarian gallery explores race, religion and gender in the tradition of artists like Cindy Sherman.
'Once Upon a Time,' the three-decade survey of the photographer's work, is her first New York show since her seminal MoMA retrospective in 2012.
She dresses up as Manhattan socialites in the Society Portraits, one of three series spotlighted in this gallery retrospective.
[caption id="attachment_82066" align="aligncenter" width="489"] Thomas Gainsborough, “Mr. and Mrs. William Hallett,” aka “The Morning Walk.”[/caption] Marina Abramovi?, Laurie Anderson, Jasper Johns, and Cindy Sherman are among the artists who’ve signed a petition against the Trump administration’s proposed federal budget. Show More Summary
Paddle8 announced their latest Post-War and Contemporary Auction Featuring a Focus on Women Artists. Works by artists offered in the sale include Joan Mitchell, Mickalene Thomas, Cindy Sherman, Nan Goldin, Jenny Holzer, Shirin Neshat,...Show More Summary
A thirty-five year career in photography has established Cindy Sherman as one of the most influential figures in contemporary art. Since the 1970s, she has created photographic portraits that are predicated on themes of identity, gender and role-play. Show More Summary
Artists including Richard Serra and Cindy Sherman have signed on to the "J20 Art Strike," and some museums are considering it as well. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) says it won't close because "Our entire program and mission, every day, is an expression of inclusion and appreciation of every culture."
Artists like Cindy Sherman, Richard Serra and Joan Jonas are pushing for the closing of cultural institutions in protest of Donald J. Trump’s inaugural.