A Vienna exhibition of Cindy Sherman’s early work coincides with the enormous retrospective currently at the MoMA in New York. The smaller of the two focuses on her early works. Although her celebrated series Untitled Film Stills (1978-1980) could certainly be considered early Sherman, her innovative and theatrical style, wigs, make-up, mime, gestures, expressions, costumes and everything that makes her work exceptional, was already on display during her student days in Buffalo, from 1975 to 1977.
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