For more than 30 years now, Cindy Sherman has been enacting a gamut of female roles and identities. Cindy Sherman: The Early Works, 1975–1977 gathers all of the artist’s work from this decisive period, in which Sherman was formulating her conceptions of gender and identity construction. With nearly 300 plates, including numerous previously unknown photographs, plus scholarly research by editor Gabriele Schor, this substantial volume adds a wealth of new information to our understanding of Sherman’s oeuvre.
Hardback. 375 pages.