Rashid Johnson, James Turrell, Mike Kelley, Cindy Sherman, and more.
Via the Tumblr "Great Art in Ugly Rooms," here's Basquiat in a fast food restaurant. See also: Cindy Sherman at the laundromat. Be on the lookout for your grandma's living room. --- See more posts by Emma Carmichael 0 comments
Mark Seliger made a name for himself in the nineties with his now iconic portraiture work for Rolling Stone magazine. From that memorable shot of the nude Red Hot Chili Peppers to one of the last portraits of Kurt Cobain, Seliger quickly cemented his status as one of the leading ... More »
BAM, in collaboration with Paddle8, is proud to announce its ninth annual BAMart Silent Auction, which will take place at The Hole gallery (312 Bowery) in Manhattan. Co-chaired by Cindy Sherman, Beth Rudin DeWoody, and Kathy Grayson, this 11-day event begins April 17 at Paddle8.com/auctions/bam and will be on view at the gallery from Tuesday, April 23–Sunday, April 28, 12–7pm.
Just as Pope Francis begins his tenure at the head of the Catholic Church, the announcement comes that the Vatican will finally have its own pavilion at the Venice Biennale. The pavilion’s group exhibition, called “Encyclopedic Palace,”...Show More Summary
The Dallas Museum of Art presents the acclaimed Cindy Sherman exhibition, a comprehensive survey of one of the most significant contemporary artists and arguably the most influential one working with photography. Known for photographing...Show More Summary
Wednesday night, W Magazine and The Dallas Museum of Art hosted a private dinner at The Joule Hotel in Dallas to celebrate Cindy Sherman and her exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art, running from March 17 to June 9, 2013. The dinner immediately followed a preview reception of the exhibition. Show More Summary
This week in Art21 artist news, Cindy Sherman inspires a magazine cover, the Carrie Mae Weems retrospective goes to Portland, and more.
The camera never smiled at her, and she’s not looking at you.
By: Dario Thuburn FLORENCE (AFP).- The new Gucci Museum in Florence opened its latest show this month -- a selection of US artist Cindy Sherman's early works -- in a setting where mediaeval architecture meets fashion history. "For visitors...Show More Summary
In this week's roundup, Alfredo Jaar reconnects the dots of a collective memory, Cindy Sherman presents early work, El Anatsui showcases his pot of wisdom, and more.
From Andy Warhol to Cindy Sherman to James Franco, Jeffrey Augustine Songco considers the development of self-portraiture and its future as an art form.
This story of a Cindy Sherman impersonator reminded me of some graffiti I saw in a bathroom of the Whitney Museum many years ago. My friend Kenny and I had gone there for the Biennial which had an exhibit featuring Keith Haring and others of the neo-taggers (or whatever they were called). The bathroom walls [...]
MINNEAPOLIS, MN.- Throughout her career, American artist Cindy Sherman (b. 1954) has used photography to present a sustained, eloquent, and provocative exploration of the construction of contemporary identity and the nature of representation. Show More Summary
GENEVA.- Cindy Sherman began studying painting in 1972, at the age of eighteen, at the State University of New York, Buffalo. In 1975, she changed her major from painting to photography. She graduated in 1976 and left Buffalo the following year to move to New York City. Show More Summary
Most short lists of greatest living artists will have names such as David Hockney, Gerhard Richter, (BigThink.com’s own) Ai Weiwei, Cindy Sherman, Damien Hirst, or Jeff Koons. But who would put filmmaker George Lucasat the top of that...Show More Summary
This week's roundup has news on Trenton Doyle Hancock, Cindy Sherman, El Anatsui and other artists featured in Art21 documentaries and programs.
by Jonathan Blaustein It was sweating hot on the first Tuesday of October. If you’re planning a trip to San Francisco, keep that phrase in mind. First Tuesday. Because it’s free at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). If you’re the type to get off on saving $18, go then. If you are, [...]
Jill Platner has been in the jewelry business for twenty years, designing wearable metallic sculptures for clients like Arizona Muse, Lenny Kravitz, and Cindy Sherman. In 1992, after studying jewelry design at Parsons, she sold Barneys her thesis collection, and just last month, she mounted an exhibition of actual sculptures in Chelsea, ... More »
A veritable A-list of artists, actors, fashion designers and business leaders streamed into the Hammer Museum in Westwood Saturday to celebrate artists Barbara Kruger and Cindy Sherman, raising a record $2 million for the museum’s exhibitions and programs.