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Cindy Sherman Photograph "In a Pensive Sort of Mood, 11/1/2017" Giclee Limited Edition Print

Cindy Sherman Photograph "In a Pensive Sort of Mood, 11/1/2017" Giclee Limited Edition Print

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CINDY SHERMAN
"In a Pensive Sort of Mood, 11/1/2017"
Photographic Giclee Print
Limited Edition, from States of Change 2020

Matted and ready to frame with a Charles Scott Gallery Certificate of Authenticity

States of Change was a unique offering of Photographic art by photographers looking to support voting rights in 2020. The art was listed as an "open edition" but their offering was limited to an availability time period of only 5 days from October 13 to October 18, 2020. In that time, they sold approximately 10,000 of the approximately 170 photographs offered - if that number were evenly distributed across the 170 photographs offered that means there would have been only 59 of each photograph sold! That's an incredibly low edition size.

Unsigned, Un-numbered
Edition: Open (but likely only approx. 59 sold during this offering)
Photographer: Cindy Sherman
Issued: 2020
Size: 10" x 12" unmatted, 11" x 14" matted
Material: Canson Platine Fibre Rag 310. This is a premium 100% cotton paper that offers the look and aesthetic of the original darkroom baryta fiber print and complies with the ISO 9706 standard for maximum longevity.

We will mount this gorgeous piece of art in an acid-free, 4-ply paper mat that measures 11" x 14" - so you can just buy your own frame and hang it in your home gallery. We only use archival/acid-free materials in mounting your artwork. NOTE: in most cases we have not yet mounted the art in a mat, so if you wish to have us leave it unmounted let us know IMMEDIATELY when you make the purchase, as we will often mat it within minutes.

Cynthia Morris Sherman (born January 19, 1954) is an American artist whose work consists primarily of photographic self-portraits, depicting herself in many different contexts and as various imagined characters. Her breakthrough work is often considered to be the collected "Untitled Film Stills", a series of 70 black-and-white photographs of herself evoking typical women roles in performance media (especially arthouse films and popular B-movies). In the 1980s, she used color film and large prints, and focused more on costume, lighting and facial expression. Sherman was the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship in 1995. She received an honorary doctorate degree from the Royal College of Art, London, in 2013.

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