Culture Watch: Howard Singerman's 'Art History, After Sherrie Levine'
University of Virginia art historian (and former MOCA editor) Howard Singerman writes the first full monograph about Sherrie Levine, whose 1980s photographs of Walker Evans’ famous photographs of Great Depression-era subjects stood traditional notions of originality on their head.
Can poverty characterize ideas as well as people? Levine's photographs "after Evans" raised questions about art history "after Levine."
–- Christopher Knight