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STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE: THE BLEMA AND H. ARNOLD STEINBERG COLLECTION

Cindy Sherman
UNTITLED FILM STILL NO. 17
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STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE: THE BLEMA AND H. ARNOLD STEINBERG COLLECTION

Cindy Sherman
UNTITLED FILM STILL NO. 17
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Cindy Sherman
生於1954年
UNTITLED FILM STILL NO. 17
signed, dated 1978 and numbered 3/3 on the reverse
silver gelatin print
30 by 40 in. 76.2 by 101.6 cm.
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來源

Metro Pictures, New York
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 1985

展覽

Rotterdam, Museum Boijmans-van Beuningen; Madrid, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia; Bilbao, Salá de Exposiciones Rekalde; Baden-Baden, Staatliche Kunsthalle, Cindy Sherman, March 1996 - March 1997, cat. no. 13, illustrated (another example exhibited)
New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Cindy Sherman: The Complete Film Stills, June - September 1997, n.p., illustrated (another example exhibited)

出版

Cindy Sherman, Cindy Sherman, New York 1984, cat. no. 15, illustrated 
Rosalind Krauss, Cindy Sherman 1975-1993, New York 1993, p. 27, illustrated
Karen Thomson, Ed., The Blema and H. Arnold Steinberg Collection, Montreal 2015, cat. no. 120, p. 116, illustrated in color

相關資料

“The stills are dense with suspense and danger and they all look as if they were directed by Alfred Hitchcock. The invariant subject is The Girl in Trouble, even if The Girl herself does not always know it…The girl is always alone, waiting, worried, watchful, but she is wary of, waiting for, worried about, and her very posture and expression phenomenologically imply The Other: the Stalker, the Saver, the Evil and Good who struggle for her possession...Each of the stills is about The Girl in Trouble, but in the aggregate they touch the myth we each carry out of childhood, of danger, love, and security that defines the human condition.”
Arthur C. Danto in Cindy Sherman: Untitled Film Stills, New York 1990, pp. 13-14

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