Sherrie Levine stands at the forefront of a group of artists, such as Cindy Sherman, Richard Prince, and Barbara Kruger, whose work has altered the way we distribute, perceive, and study representational images. In conjunction with SHERRIE LEVINE: MAYHEM, a panel of scholars and artists, including David Joselit, Zoe Leonard, and Elisabeth Sussman, will explore how Levine and other artists have generated discourse on authorship, originality, and reproduction, and in turn, instigated new critical approaches to the art historical canon. This conversation will investigate significant shifts in contemporary art practice and theory since the 1970s, and how these shifts influenced a generation of artists for whom the impulse of borrowing, reframing, and reproducing imagery is fundamental.
$8 general admission; $6 senior citizens and students; free for members.
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