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From Studio to Cinema: Andy Warhol/Larry Clark/Cindy Sherman
(American, 1954- )
Gilbreath-McLorn Museum Fund
From Studio to Cinema linked photography, performance art, pop art, and contemporary cinema and explored the influence of film on art created in the 1960s through the 1980s. The interactive exhibit, Silver Clouds, by Andy Warhol reflected the artist’s interest in blurring the lines between traditional art, performance, and popular culture. Photographs by Larry Clark, borrowed from private collections in Los Angeles, Calif., captured the raw subculture of narcotic users. Photos from his famous Tulsa series were included. Works by post-modern artist Cindy Sherman, lent by the International Center for Photography in New York and other university museums, incorporated qualities usually associated with conceptual and performance art and demonstrated the strong influence of film on her work.
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