For our annual photo issue, Cindy Sherman, the shape-shifting artist, shares two images from her archives.
Now you can replace your emojis with the many faces of the master conceptual artist.
We take a look at some iconic artists from numerous disciplines who have left an enduring and indelible mark on today’s creators.
This is the acclaimed artist’s first retrospective in Los Angeles in nearly 20 years.
Old works resurface after a young artist finds Sherman's "Bus Riders" series problematic.
UK artist Eleanor Macnair’s Play-Doh history of photography ensures you’ll never see these classic images the same way again.
The actress teams up with artist Julian Rosefeldt to transform into everything from a homeless man to a news anchor.
While an art student at Buffalo State College in 1975, Cindy Sherman photographed herself on the cover of Vogue as Jerry Hall, the supermodel girlfriend of Mick Jagger.
'Once Upon a Time,' the three-decade survey of the photographer's work, is her first New York show since her seminal MoMA retrospective in 2012.
"After 9/11, it was really hard for me to think about going to work again, and maybe it will be a similar thing here too."
Actors John Barrowman and Noel Clarke have been accused of sexual misconduct.
Anyone who knowingly “aids or abets the performance or inducement of an abortion” could be held liable under a new Texas bill.