To mark the opening of the stunning Cindy Sherman retrospective at the MoMA this season, we spoke with the exhibition’s curator, Eva Respini. She took us through this unique contemporary photographer’s method and influences. At first sight, Cindy Sherman’s photographs look like self-portraits, but you write that they are not.
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