Design & Art

Art behinds photography: Cindy Sherman

11 February 2019 By 4 Comments

In 40 years of activity the photographer identify a view of the woman, making pictures with extreme make up, wearing costume outdated or outrageous. She worked for magazine as Vogue, or Maison like Comme des Garcon and Balenciaga. The power of Sherman’s artworks it’s to celebrate the women in art, a male-dominated world.

She is, mostly, the main character of her pictures, reveling that when she pose became someone else, experiencing who is impersonate at that moment. She wants to offer a different point of view of the society.

Sherman, declares categorically to seek ambiguity, her characters, are evoked and parodist, distant, uncomfortable. They don’t allow us to discover their world. Imaginary desires, detachment. Sharman’s photographs don’t need to be understood, they’re producing a unique mental state.


With such grotesque style, a collaboration with Supreme sounds granted. Ambiguous and trash these desks are really cool. For more pictures visit her Instagram profile, here.

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