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Nationality  American
Name  Cindy Sherman
Awards  MacArthur Fellowship

Known for  Photography
Education  Buffalo State College
Role  Photographer
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Full Name  Cynthia Morris Sherman
Born  January 19, 1954 (age 61) (1954-01-19) Glen Ridge, New Jersey, U.S.
Notable work  Untitled #96, Untitled #153, Complete Untitled Film Stills, 1977–1980
Spouse  Michel Auder (m. 1984–1999)
Books  Cindy Sherman, History portraits, Untitled Film Stills, Fitcher's bird, John Waters
Influenced by  Diane Arbus, John Baldessari, Jack Smith
Movies  Office Killer, !Women Art Revolution
Artwork  Untitled #96, Untitled #153, Untitled Film Still #16
Similar People  Diane Arbus, Barbara Kruger, Richard Prince, Andreas Gursky, Nan Goldin

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Cynthia Morris "Cindy" Sherman (born January 19, 1954) is an American photographer and film director, best known for her conceptual portraits. In 1995, she was the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship.

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Controversy

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Sherman has been criticized for her early Bus Riders series (1976–2000). American Theatre critic Margo Jefferson has written, "[The African-American figures] all have nearly the same features, too, while Ms. Sherman is able to give the white characters she impersonates a real range of skin tones and facial features. This didn't look like irony to me. It looked like a stale visual myth that was still in good working order."

Books

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  • (1999) Shelley Rice (ed.) Inverted Odysseys: Claude Cahun, Maya Deren, Cindy Sherman. MIT Press; ISBN 0-262-68106-4.
  • (1999) Essential, The: Cindy Sherman. Harry N. Abrams, Inc.; ISBN 0-8109-5808-2.
  • (2000) Amanda Cruz, Elizabeth A. T. Smith. Cindy Sherman: Retrospective (Paperback). Thames & Hudson; ISBN 0-500-27987-X.
  • (2000) Leslie Sills, et al. In Real Life: Six Women Photographers. Holiday House; ISBN 0-8234-1498-1.
  • (2001) Early Work of Cindy Sherman. Glenn Horowitz Bookseller; ISBN 0-9654020-3-7.
  • (2002) Elisabeth Bronfen, et al. Cindy Sherman: Photographic Works 1975-1995 (Paperback). Schirmer/Mosel; ISBN 3-88814-809-X.
  • (2003) Cindy Sherman: The Complete Untitled Film Stills. Museum of Modern Art; ISBN 0-87070-507-5.
  • (2004) Cindy Sherman: Centerfolds. Skarstedt Fine Art; ISBN 0-9709090-2-0.
  • (2006) Cindy Sherman: Working Girl. Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri; ISBN 978-0-9712195-8-8.
  • Johanna Burton, ed. (2006). Cindy Sherman. The MIT Press. ISBN 0-262-52463-5. 
  • (2007) Cindy Sherman: A Play of Selves. Hatje Cantz; ISBN 978-3-7757-1942-1.
  • (2012) Cindy Sherman. Museum of Modern Art: ISBN 0870708120
  • (2013) Cindy Sherman: Untitled Horrors. Hatje Cantz; ISBN 978-3-7757-3487-5.
  • Film and video

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  • Cindy Sherman [videorecording] : Transformations. by Paul Tschinkel; Marc H Miller; Sarah Berry; Stan Harrison; Cindy Sherman; Helen Winer; Peter Schjeldahl; Inner-Tube Video. 2002, 28 minutes, Color. NY: Inner-Tube Video.
  • In 2009, Paul Hasegawa-Overacker and Tom Donahue completed a feature documentary, Guest of Cindy Sherman, about the former's relationship with Sherman. She was initially supportive, but later opposed the project.

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    References

    Cindy Sherman Wikipedia


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