Untitled (Marilyn Monroe)
Untitled (Marilyn Monroe)
Untitled (Marilyn Monroe)
Untitled (Marilyn Monroe)
Untitled (Marilyn Monroe)
Untitled (Marilyn Monroe)
Untitled (Marilyn Monroe)
Untitled (Marilyn Monroe)
Untitled (Marilyn Monroe)
Untitled (Marilyn Monroe)
Untitled (Marilyn Monroe)
Untitled (Marilyn Monroe)

Cindy Sherman

Untitled (Marilyn Monroe) , 1982

Photographs
9" x 15.5" inches
Chromogenic print
$33,000
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About the artist

Cindy Sherman

Cindy Sherman, an American artist born in 1954, is best known for her photographs, particularly photographs of herself, that play with the question and construction of identity and stereotypes in contemporary culture. She is one of the most important artists of the Pictures Generation, a group of artists that came to prominence in the 1970s and responded to the emerging mass media landscape in American society by appropriating images from film, television, advertising, and magazines in their art. Sherman often acts as model, photographer, and director in her work, famously known for transforming herself into women from 20th century pop culture using makeup, costumes, and prosthetics. However, the photographs of herself are rarely classified as self-portraits, rather she has been quoted saying she is trying to have people recognize something in themselves rather than in her. One of her earliest series of photographs, Untitled Film Still, explored stereotypes of women typically found in film from the 1950s and 1960s. She has continued to transform herself, illustrating an array of subjects and stereotypes- from history paintings, to high society, to pornography.

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