Cindy Sherman became famous by taking her own picture, but keeping herself out of it. Countless other selves, some of them male, occupied her body, allowing Sherman to avoid the camera even as she filled its lens. The artist's elusive, mercurial presence is part of her early work's enduring power and fascination. Refusing autobiography, squelching vanity, she disappeared into her own cinematic fictions, and inhabited each new role as both everywoman and no one: the stranger... More >>>