THE STORY AND LIFE ABOUT CINDY SHERMAN By, Demarco taylor jr

This work that Cindy Sherman did is a photograph by Cindy Sherman in 1981. And is known as the part of her Centerfold series.

This photo is about Cindy Sherman in 1985. And this is a 2010, a print was auctioned for $2.7 million, making it one of the most expensive photographs ever sold at that time.

WHERE IS THE ARTIST FROM:Cindy Sherman is from Glen Ridge, NJ. She was born on January 19, 1954, and is still having a good life. And she is 63 years old. And her education came from the State University of New York College at Buffalo (1972–1976).

A SIGNIFICANT TIME IN HER LIFE THAT WAS IMPORTANT: One significant time in her life was that In 1995, she was the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship. Another thing way is because she won awards on MacArthur Fellowship and Hasselblad Award. And something to help her in her life was that she was Influenced by Barbara Kruger, John Baldessari, Robert Longo, Lynda Benglis, Jack Smith.

OVERALL MEANING OF HER ARTWORK:The overall meaning of her artwork is showing her skills in American photographer and film. Another thing would be known for her conceptual portraits. And last would be Cindy Sherman is a contemporary master of socially critical photography. She is a key figure of the "Pictures Generation," a loose circle of American artists who came to artistic maturity and critical recognition during the early 1980s, a period notable for the rapid and widespread proliferation of mass media imagery.

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