Arguably one of the most appealing stands at this year’s Armory Show, the Mireille Mosler Gallery will exhibit a selection of famous photographs from equally famous photographers: Philipp-Lorca diCorcia, Richard Prince, Andy Warhol, William Wegman, Ed Van Der Elsken and Cindy Sherman. The viewer can see a few photographs from Sherman’s early works not on display at her current show at the MoMA, taken from her students days in Buffalo between 1975 and 1977. We see her style, distinctive for its innovative and theatrical artistry, and the elements that make her photography remarkable: wigs, make-up, mimes, expressions, wild gestures and costumes.
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