Photograph: Courtesy Sprüth Magers Berlin London and Metro Pictures. The photographs were almost immediately celebrated by critics and curators, establishing her reputation as a leading artist of the ‘Pictures Generation’. Some you win, some you lose. That just seemed hysterically funny – to be like, “Me, me, me, take my picture.”’ Sherman perfectly apes the affected, faux-casual poses and absurd, camera-grabbing outfits characteristic of the format: in one, she wears a sleek black wig and a mint-green Gucci pantsuit emblazoned with eyes and a mouth, with her hands resting in her pockets, and a hint of a smile; in another, four versions of the same woman – a perfectly coiffed blonde wearing an oversized hoodie – test out different poses. Then there was a disastrous relationship with aspiring film-maker Paul H-O, which culminated in a self-pitying documentary he made about being the unsuccessful half of the relationship. She turns to the picture of herself as Marilyn Monroe. Art21 produces features focusing exclusively on contemporary visual art and artists throughout the world, including the Peabody Award-winning biennial series "Art in the Twenty-First Century." Interviews with the artist are exceedingly rare, which perhaps is fitting given how thoroughly she obscures herself in her … At college she studied photography, and failed her first exam. "I was always shooting where I lived, then I was visiting a friend at the beach, so I did some pictures there, then I'd rearrange my apartment to make the bedroom look like a hotel room, and then I wanted to do something outdoors, so with my boyfriend I took some clothes in the suitcase and we drove around the city in his van and I'd say, 'OK, stop over here – that looks like a good location', and I'd get into character and he would take the pictures, and I'd say, 'OK, do close up, or stand over there" Sometimes, she directs others to take photos of her, but by and large she takes them by herself with the help of mirrors. ‘When I’m shooting, it’s such an intense time for me that I need to get away from it and sort of forget about it. Courtesy the artist and Metro Pictures, New York; © Cindy Sherman. Was dressing up a means of escape? Your email address will not be published. Instead, she created a series of terrified, exposed and hunted women. As for her father, he had a hatful of issues. Back then, two things struck me about her – she was an astonishing image-creator (her stills were like complete movies, with their own narratives) and here was a girl who sure liked to dress up. She's a Hitchcock heroine, a busty Monroe, an abuse victim, a terrified centrefold, a corpse, a Caravaggio, a Botticelli, a mutilated hermaphrodite sex doll, a man in a balaclava, a surgically-enhanced Hamptons type, a cowgirl, a desperate clown, and we've barely started. The Cindy Sherman Effect, The Art News, 2012 Cindy Sherman: Me, myself and I, The Guardian, 2012 The Ugly Beauty of Cindy Sherman’s Instagram Selfies, The New York Times, 2016 An Interview with Cindy Sherman, Apollo Magazine, 2019 Cindy Sherman at the National Portrait Gallery, The Times, 2019. "My sister warned me that he had arranged for me to give a talk there about my work and he'd put up fliers saying, 'Charlie Sherman's daughter coming to talk.' Skarstedt Fine Art, 2004. The plans, announced…, The UK government’s proposal to protect every monument in sight is a kneejerk response that will have ridiculous consequences, The inauguration of Joe Biden as president marks a new chapter, but it won’t wipe out the ugly scenes of the storming of Congress, Courtesy the artist and Metro Pictures, New York; © Cindy Sherman. And ever since, she says, she's managed to star in her pictures without giving anything away. I was raised Episcopalian. Few artists embraced their contradictions so easily. I'm looking for clues. Her collection of eccentric outfits was growing, she was still into dressing up, and sometimes she would go out socially "in character". Then the photographs moved into a more intimate relationship between her and the camera: no costumes or props; but Sherman emoting—loneliness, fear, etc. Now, she says, she often accepts fashion and magazine commissions when she hasn’t created new work in a while and needs a burst of inspiration. Explore Tate’s growing collection of British and international art, and our archive of sketchbooks, letters and photographs. He was really racist and he'd talk about the Jews and blacks and Catholics even. Cindy Sherman Cindy Sherman sat down with Derek Blasberg to discuss her critically acclaimed exhibition at London’s National Portrait Gallery, her solitary process, and selfies. ", Did she go round chippily telling her parents it wasn't her fault, and she didn't ask to be born? Since the late 1970s, she has been photographing herself in roles inspired by mass-media stereotypes, but also real people and art-historical imagery. Gretchen had just completed editing a rock video for the thrash band Megadeth’s song, Peace Sells But Who’s Buying, directed by Robert Longo. More wigs, more outfits, more locations. That project has concluded, and works are now being identified by MoMA staff. Required fields are marked *, The work is central to the identity of the cash-strapped school, A decade after the uprisings that led to the downfall of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, the clocks he loved remain, The Syrian-born, US-based artist talks to Gabrielle Schwarz about his sculptural dioramas of cities ravaged by war – and offers a message of hope for the future, Plus: Bozar damaged by fire | and City of London to remove statues with slavery links, Plus: Smithsonian scales back $2bn redevelopment plan | Naomi Beckwith appointed deputy director and chief curator of Guggenheim | and Champs-Élysées to be turned into ‘extraordinary garden’, On Tuesday, the Supreme Court of India dismissed objections to the construction of a new parliament complex in New Delhi. The next youngest was nine years her senior, and Sherman felt she was on her own. Because the sibling closest to her age was nine years her senior, Sherman felt like an only child, sometimes forgotten in the … More generally, the images continue Sherman’s investigation into the representation of femininity in mass media, proving, as she had done so already, the ease with which we conflate fantasy and reality. There’s still a lot I’ve never even read, and some that I’ve tried to read and didn’t even understand.’ Her response to an essay by Rosalind Krauss in a 1993 monograph, for instance, was ‘headscratching, like, “What is she talking about?”’ Among the most outlandish interpretations she has encountered, she says, is a short film – Bertrand Bonello’s Cindy: The Doll is Mine (2005) – that imagines Sherman at work in the studio. Cindy Sherman, Untitled #613, 2019, dye sublimation print, 79 1/4 by 101 3/4 inches; at Metro Pictures. "No, I just feel that wearing make-up in daylight makes me look older. By now, her mother had died, but her father enjoyed her success in typical fashion. Cindy Sherman is far more comfortable in front of a camera than a microphone. I never thought of these characters as being flattering to me maybe because I just didn't think it was me.". Sherman had started out painting, and is still a good copyist. ‘The difference, and I think it’s a big difference,’ she says, ‘is that […] I’m trying to erase myself more than identify myself or reveal myself. ‘When I’d look through [boxes of family photos], I’d always ask my mother “Which one of those is me?” I guess it became interesting to me to pick myself out of a group of people,’ Sherman tells me. Something I'd never want to do." Cindy Crawford looks better than ever at 54-years-old. Who's she talking about? Cindy Sherman was born Cynthia Morris Sherman on January 19, 1954 in New Jersey. 9. Working in photography since the late-1970s, she acts as a chameleon in her own work, disguising herself as an ever changing range of characters. I'm still really competitive when it comes to, I guess, the male painters and male artists. Cindy Sherman takes pictures of herself that make us feel unsettled. I'll be better.' It's a good likeness, I say. She's stylish – black jodhpurs, thick, white sweater, Chanel boots horizontally zipped at the top to make pockets, and a furry handbag that doubles as a great golden bear. Cindy Sherman's first audio interview in 10 years. We are looking through the earliest photographs – her series of movie stills – and she explains exactly how they came about. Galleries 6 Courtesy the artist and Metro Pictures, New York; © Cindy Sherman, Sherman describes her process as largely intuitive: she tests out ideas as they pop into her head, playing around with garments or props until she hits on a promising character. She was a dream for cultural studies professors the world over. ISBN 0-9709090-2-0. ‘I guess technically they’re pictures of me, but not, because I’m doing all these weird things to my face so it doesn’t look anything like me.’ As in all of her work, she wants the artifice to be evident. Aspects of Minimalism at Guild Hall: Dan Flavin's Neons and More. St. Louis, Missouri: Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, 2006. "When I grew up, I was watching all these glamorous women with all their make-up and their pointy tits. But you couldn't get rollers that were big enough, so we'd wash out orange juice cans and even those big tomato juice cans, and wrap our hair around that to make it sort of curly, and I remember trying to sleep with these horrible curlers in my hair. We're just taking a break. I'm sorry! But there was nothing clean or prescriptive about her art. I don't think he'd ever admit it, but I think he does. Sherman worked on the History Portraits (1988–90) during a fellowship in Rome, using cheap fabrics and obvious prostheses to loosely recreate Old Master paintings. "I hardly wear it in the day now." Top image: Cindy Sherman, Untitled #92, 1981, The Eli and Edythe L. Broad Collection, courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures Soon after came Centerfolds (1981) – originally commissioned by Ingrid Sischy for Artforum, but never published – in which she turned the men’s-magazine centrefold format on its head, staging scenes that suggest fear or vulnerability, or even the aftermath of violence. Digital photography and editing tools have also enabled her to work more fluidly: ‘In the past I would shoot, say, two rolls of film, and then I’d take all my make-up off, get out of character, bring it to the lab, and then wait a couple of hours for it to be developed.’ If something went wrong – the image was out of focus, or the lighting was off – she’d have to start all over. She looks much kinder than in many of her photographs. At times, they seem to have been virtually collaborators; silent partners in the work. It will include examples of all Sherman’s major bodies of work – including all 70 photographs from her breakthrough series, the Untitled Film Stills (1977–80), as well as a number of rarely exhibited works from the mid 1970s. Share with your friends. Watch breaking news videos, viral videos and original video clips on CNN.com. After completing a series, Sherman says she often feels she never wants to take another photo. She tells a story about when he was in his nursing home in Arizona and she was planning a visit. "I probably went around going, 'It's OK, I'll fix it. These are mostly left-over reference images for Sherman’s recent Flappers series (2016–18), in which she appears in the guise of ageing former starlets, many of them seemingly unaware that they are past their primes as they pose for glamour shots in flapper dresses with heavy period make-up. Robert Jenrick wants to keep the mob at bay. When she greets me at the door of her SoHo studio one afternoon in April, casually dressed and wearing no obvious make-up, I recognise her features, but not, exactly, her face. ‘Cindy Sherman’ is at the National Portrait Gallery, London, until 15 September. Sherman is one of the world's leading artists – for 30 years, she has starred in all her photographs – and yet the more we see of her, the less recognisable she is. It was just because I wanted to play around with make-up again.’, When Sherman is shooting, she’s entirely by herself, acting as photographer, model, make-up artist, hair stylist, and costumer: ‘It’s just me, and a mirror and a camera and a backdrop, and that’s about it.’ Being alone in the studio allows her to work without inhibitions. The works are printed on metal, using a dye-sublimation process she first employed in the Flappers series. She has painted some of the most famous and beautiful faces in the world such as Gisele Bundchen, Zoe Saldana, Miranda Kerr, Tilda Swinton, to artists such as Cindy Sherman. Sherman has often taken on fashion collaborations, beginning with a series of ads for the boutique Dianne B, which ran in Interview magazine in 1983. There is something profoundly uncanny about seeing Cindy Sherman in person for the first time. I'm not coming there for business, I'm coming there to see you.' My self-esteem still fluctuates." Untitled Film Still #21 (1978), Cindy Sherman. ‘I change these when I’m really working on something, when I need different frames of reference,’ she says, gesturing towards one group of pictures in which 1920s Hollywood actresses feature prominently. The movie stills grew from there. "It wasn't that they didn't like me, but I came along so late and they already had a family. Cindy Sherman’s earliest photographic work displayed her posed tauntingly in sets. In Sherman’s most recent series, which will be exhibited for the first time as part of the retrospective, she takes up a distinctly contemporary type: the fashion ‘influencer’, a ubiquitous presence on style blogs and social media. But at night, when the lights are low, I feel I can get away with it.". She also looks petite – until you notice the big, strong arms: she used to box. "Oh yeah. Cindy Sherman: Centerfolds. "There's a theory that there were so many women photographers at the time because we felt nobody else was doing it. In college, she discovered the half-finished book, and decided to complete it. "For the project I had to confront something difficult. (Their status was cemented in 1995 when the Museum of Modern Art acquired a complete set of the Untitled Film Stills, for a reported $1 million.) Does she tend to document relationships in everyday life? ", Of course, there is more to her work than dressing up. Cindy Sherman, Untitled #465, 2008, colour photograph, 164 x 147 cm, edition of 6.Courtesy the artist; Metro Pictures, New York, and Sprüth Magers, Berlin & London. In 2008, twenty of Cindy Sherman’s History Portraits (1989–1990) were exhibited at Skarstedt Gallery in New York City. Cindy Sherman. "I took one roll of film and maybe six shots, because I didn't know they were going to continue, and they were all supposed to be the same actress but in different stages of her career, so in some of them I thought she's an older ingénue, but she's trying to be the ingénue again. In a 1988 interview, Sherman said the series aimed to encourage audiences to question stereotypical portrayals of women. Edited by Johanna Burton. That’s one of many questions the artist might presume the viewer asks when confronted by these carefully constructed images of mutability. Preview and subscribe here. And easiest of all might be work that evades the “Cindy Sherman is in it” versus “Cindy Sherman is not in it” binary: Evil Twin (2016), exhibited at the Swiss Institute in 2016. Upon viewing the work of Cindy Sherman, one may believe that he has stumbled across an artistic prodigy. ", The more controversy the work generated, the higher the price it fetched. I catch myself staring more than once during our conversation, wondering how she manages to transform herself so thoroughly in her photographs that her face seems unfamiliar even though I’ve seen it so many times. Here she has created her "family" by digitally manipulating the faces – her face – so all the characters could be related to each other. Cindy Sherman Takes Selfies (as Only She Could) on Instagram. People think because it's photography it's not worth as much, and because it's a woman artist, you're still not getting as much – there's still definitely that happening. Cindy Sherman (1954 — present) is a contemporary master of socially critical photography who has been fighting sexual objectification or “the gaze” with her art for over 30 years. When she greets me at the door of her SoHo studio one afternoon in April, casually dressed and wearing no obvious make-up, I recognise her features, but not, exactly, her face. In 2018–19, MoMA collaborated with Google Arts & Culture Lab on a project using machine learning to identify artworks in installation photos. Open playback settings menu for autoplay and video quality settings Her studio, however, is much like what I’d imagined: spacious and orderly, but filled with all sorts of oddities. ‘I think of [Instagram] more like a sketchbook,’ she says. There are no prosthetics, no make-up, not much in the way of disguise. "I was pretty distanced from it. It was just something I was working out without being overtly political about it. It's really interesting what you're doing.' She grew up on Long Island and was the youngest of five children. "Or maybe you like this version of me." ‘The thing is to be brave’ – Maggi Hambling toughs it out, Gordon Parks’s photographs bear powerful witness to Black lives in America, The Apollo 40 under 40 podcast: Mohamad Hafez, The week in art news – world’s oldest animal painting found in Indonesia, The week in art news – Indian Supreme Court approves plans for new parliament complex, The invasion of the Capitol fulfilled a warning from history – and will haunt us for years to come. "I'm not about revealing myself," she says. For more than 40 years, Sherman has appeared in nearly all of her work, but never as herself. cindy sherman. ", But by the time she got to college, make-up was a no-no among self-respecting liberated women. It hadn't occurred to me that I was doing anything unusual.". But you can't control how people view your work. The photographs in the album, which is being exhibited for the first time, chart her changing appearance as she ages from an infant to a pre-teen. © Cindy Sherman, Untitled (2010) from Sherman’s latest work. Cindy Sherman: Me, myself and I She is the star of her own photographs but claims they aren't autobiographical. Afterwards, she ‘started ripping out images from magazines of heavy, intense make-up and weird eyebrows. Framed artworks mingle with print-outs and magazine pages tacked haphazardly to the walls. The windowsills are lined with wigs on stands, while shelves display neat rows of boxed costumes, props, mannequin heads, and prosthetic body parts. The collaborations are ‘a way for me to feel like I’m getting kickstarted into getting back to work’. In her review, Charlie Evans-Flagg appreciates the enduring profundity of Sherman's oeuvre. On fakery and the Russian avant-garde, The week in art news – Art Basel postponed to September. Quotations by Cindy Sherman, American Photographer, Born January 19, 1954. Even nicer than Steve Martin, another ex? "My dad was such a bigot. I was only with that person for so long out of guilt, and he played up to it. She laughs. All the photos are untitled – another way of distancing herself from the images. Cindy Sherman talks to Simon Hattenstone about family, break-ups, $1m pictures… and why she can't keep herself out of her art, Untitled Film Still #3 (1977). I think I'm really observant, and thinking how a person is put together, seeing them on the street and noticing subtle things about them that make them who they are. For years, Sydney-based photographer Jem Cresswell has been diving into the ocean to document the otherwise unseen lives of humpback whales, a humbling experience he recounts in the latest interview supported by Colossal Members.He discusses what drew him to the mammalian subject matter and how collaborating with them during a long period has offered insight into their complex … Then, after we were together for a year or two and all these projects fell through and he was acting like I'm such a failure and I was trying to help him – I thought, if he just had some help, he'd blossom and be a nice, decent person. In fact, what’s now my coatroom was her darkroom. Is this Cindy Sherman a boy or a girl? Courtesy the artist and Metro Pictures, New York; © Cindy Sherman. She holds up her hands in surrender. "That was a real fucked-up relationship. Was planning a visit make-up and their pointy tits which the commissioning magazine refused to publish 2006. 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