Inaugurated in 1976, the Southern California Institute of Architecture's lectures can be accessed online at the SCI-Arc Media Archive. The post Linking Art and Architecture Through Cindy Sherman and Rem Koolhaas appeared first on Hyperallergic.
There’s more to New York City based artist Cindy Sherman beyond her recent Supreme Decks collaboration. As a key figure in the fields of costuming and photography, Sherman’s focus on conceptual portraits redefined image culture in the 1970s. The Long Island native, who originally studied painting, went on to master photography and produce a multitude of […]
Supreme’s latest artist collaborator is the New York City-based legend Cindy Sherman, whose work has redefined image culture since the 1970s. Here, Cedar Pasori gives readers an introduction and deeper insight into the innovative genius behind the art and its captivating creator. “I wish I could treat every day as Halloween, and get dressed up […]
It’s Monday, which means Supreme’s weekly newsletter announcing this week’s collaboration will have already found its way to your inbox. This week, Supreme is highlighting Cindy Sherman’s work from her ‘Grotesque Series’ for the FW17 edition of the brand’s Artist Series skate decks. Sherman is an American photographer whose work is best known for exploring the stereotypes of […]
Cindy Sherman, Laurie Anderson and Jenny Holzer joined more than 7,000 women, including some of the biggest names in contemporary art, to denounce sexual harassment by people who hold positions of power in their milieu. The open letter...Show More Summary
Signed by the likes of Laurie Anderson, Cindy Sherman, and Lynn Nottage, the letter also condemns the publisher of Artforum, Knight Landesman.
Undercover designer Jun Takahashi used his SS18 women’s show in Paris as a chance to pay tribute to Cindy Sherman. The legendary American artist is known for her conceptual self-portraits, and Undercover explored the duality of the artist and artist’s portraits by sending models down the runway in pairs. The collection featured prints taken from […]
Undercover incorporates Cindy Sherman’s aesthetic with more depth than fashion usually manages. Plus: Loewe’s grounded luxury.
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Why the 1957 cult classic “The Lonely Doll” still haunts the imaginations of a generation of women artists, from Kim Gordon to Cindy Sherman.
Vinson Cunningham writes a comparison of Apple’ iPhone X Face I.D. announcement and Cindy Sherman’s Instagram selfies.
A look at this week's art news, including a special Time Magazine project honoring women, and events and exhibitions from Paris to Philadelphia.
Featuring work by Anne Collier, Cindy Sherman, Diane Arbus, and more.
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