Sherrie levine

Discover the thought-provoking work of Sherrie Levine and her unique approach to art. Dive into the world of appropriation and the impact of Levine's artwork on contemporary art practices.
Sherrie Levine, "After Walker Evans-2," 1981 Alabama, Berenice Abbott, Walker Evans, Andy Warhol, Man Ray, Fotos, Fotografia, Fotografie, Famous Men

Museums have spent millions on art education trying to reach out to the young and elderly. But if you have a grandmother like mine, the kind who, despite a PhD in another field, immerses herself in your interests, then it doesn't matter how many octogenarian-friendly wall texts or emails LACMA, MOCA or the Getty write.

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Sherrie Levine, After Mondrian, 1989. Woodcut, sheet: 36 1/2 × 25 1/8 in. (92.7 × 63.8 cm) Image: 24 × 18 1/16 in. (61 × 45.9 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase, with funds from the Print Committee 89.26.3. © 1989 Sherrie Levine

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Sabine Schihin
Where Do We Go From Here? Selections from La Colección Jumex explores one of the most important collections of contemporary art in Latin America. The exhibition is co-organized by the Bass Museum in Miami Beach and the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Fundación/Colección Jumex based in Mexico. This will be the first time that this collection is shown in the United States. Museums, Mexico, Ohio, Art, America, Exhibition, Museum, United States, Collections

Where Do We Go From Here? Selections from La Colección Jumex explores one of the most important collections of contemporary art in Latin America. The exhibition is co-organized by the Bass Museum in Miami Beach and the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Fundación/Colección Jumex based in Mexico. This will be the first time that this collection is shown in the United States.

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The Bass