Cindy Sherman Retrospective Monograph

A monograph of artist Cindy Sherman's provocative and curiously irreverent work. Sherman's photographs are self-portraits in which she dons elaborate personas. In playful, vivid images that allude to film and violence, she investigates the construction of gender, identity, and visual culture. The book features 279 illustrations, including 145 full-color images of Sherman's work since 1970. A fascinating monograph to add to your library.

220 pages. Soft-cover. Published by Thames & Hudson.

9.25 in. width
12 in. height
.75 in. thickness

Condition notes:
In overall good condition. General wear throughout, including scratches to cover, bumped edges, and some discoloration in inside pages.

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