Rafael Jablonka presents the new solo exhibition of U.S. artist Sherrie Levine (born in 1947, Pennsylvania) in his gallery space in Cologne. This is the first time that Levine’s entire 24-part series “African Masks after Walker Evans” is presented to the public in Germany. Sherrie Levine received widespread acclaim in 1979 for her series “After Walker Evans,” in which she re-photographed 24 of Walker Evans’s photographs out of an exhibition catalogue, depicting the impoverished rural population in Alabama at the end of the 1920s.
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