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Cindy Sherman : retrospective

By: Cruz, Amada Jones, Amelia Smith, Elizabeth A. T.

050027987X / 9780500279878
Stock expected by 20/11/2019
31 cm 224p. : ill. (some col.)
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Published on the occasion of an international touring exhibition starting Los Angeles, USA, October 1997.

American artist Cindy Sherman creates staged and manipulated photographs that draw on popular culture and art history to explore female identity.

Her art embodies two developments in the art world: the impact of postmodern theory on art practice; and the rise of photography and mass-media techniques as modes of artistic expression.

This volume, published on the occasion of an international touring exhibition, presents over 200 images from the breadth of Sherman's work, from the "Untitled Film Stills" of the 1970s to series such as "Centerfolds", "Fashion", "Disasters", "Fairy Tales" and "History Portraits".

Essayists Cruz, Jones and Smith offer insights into Sherman's art from several vantage points, positioning it within the trajectory of feminist art history and revealing her influence since the 1970s.


ACX History of art & design styles: from c 1900 -, AGB Individual artists, art monographs, AJ Photography & photographs, JFFK Feminism & feminist theory

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