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Early Work of Cindy Sherman

by Edsel Williams

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Catalogue published in conjunction with an exhibition at Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, August 18 - October 1, 2000. Comprised of 32 black-and-white photographs by Sherman. With a foreword by Edsel Williams. Includes an audio CD, "The Cindy Sessions" by The Glove Compartment (Gian Carlo Feleppa), set inside the rear cover.
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This volume contains two early photographic series--Bus Riders and Murder Mystery People--by Cindy Sherman, shot in 1976, soon after she graduated from art school. It is accompanied by a CD of found sound-based music by The Glove Compartment, aka Gian Carlo Feleppa.

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