Thursday, November 16 | 7 PM
Listen in on influential art historian, author, and curator Douglas Crimp as he discusses nine artists—including Cindy Sherman, Lorna Simpson, and Greer Lankton—who explore femininity as a construct. The Fanny Knapp Allen Professor of Art History at the University of Rochester, Crimp curated the 1977 Pictures exhibition that largely defined the Pictures Generation of artists, which included Robert Longo, Sherrie Levine, and later Sherman. A touchstone among them, Sherman plays a role in Crimp’s recent memoir, Before Pictures.
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