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Cindy Sherman

  1. 100 scares
    A Beginner’s Guide to Women’s Horror FilmmakingThis A to Z list reflects the scope and longevity of women filmmakers and their work in horror.
  2. art and design 2016
    5 Lessons in Today’s Art Market From a Sotheby’s AdvisorSotheby’s Amy Cappellazzo has made a very nice career out of pricing pigment.
  3. Can a Show As Dreary As This One Be Good for the Whitney? Yes.Each time someone recognized me, they came up to me, flummoxed, asking, “What is this stuff supposed to be about?”
  4. seeing out loud
    Jerry Saltz on James Franco’s ‘New Film Stills’In his repeated efforts to be an artist, Franco is only making bad art.
  5. art candy
    Preview the Met’s Fab New Show, ‘The Pictures Generation’It’s a look back at the gang of mostly New York artists who first came of age with TV news and pop culture.
  6. chat room
    Guest of Cindy Sherman Co-director Paul H-O on Dating Sherman and Fighting Julian Schnabel“If you push somebody [in the art world], they might start crying.”
  7. basel blog
    Aftermath: The Big Sales and Breakout Stars of Art Basel Miami Beach’We did better than we expected — and worse than we had hoped.’
  8. art candy
    Photographer Cindy Sherman Does Her Best Kirsten DunstFor the 1990-era series, Sherman transformed into famous forlorn contessas. Here, she channels a reclining Marie Antoinette.
  9. art candy
    Photographer Cindy Sherman Sports Latest DisguiseSherman continues to impress us.
  10. news reel
    Cindy Sherman Disavows ‘Guest of Cindy Sherman’Paul H-O’s identity crisis in the shadow of Sherman, as the less-famous half of an artist couple, spurred the film. The film, in turn, spurred the breakup.
  11. art candy
    Making Cindy Sherman ProudMercedes Helnwein’s immaculately executed drawings play out like dramatically lit, attractively cast indie flicks. To wit: In various works a jaded Lower East Side spinster type acts coy, wears torturously high heels, and poses half-naked with a duck.
  12. art candy
    Factory Boy