Hong Kong Dominoes (2017) by Sherrie Levine is a series of 12 identical paintings of a Chinese domino set. Photo: Courtesy of Sherrie Levine and David Zwirner
Hong Kong Dominoes (2017) by Sherrie Levine is a series of 12 identical paintings of a Chinese domino set. Photo: Courtesy of Sherrie Levine and David Zwirner
Art

Is copying art? US photographer draws on Henri Matisse, Renoir and Andreas Feininger in her Hong Kong show

  • Currently exhibiting at David Zwirner Gallery, Sherrie Levine shot to fame in the 1980s when she photographed other people’s photos and called it art
  • Both her and her images are obstinately silent on what they are supposed to mean, which is perhaps why her works remain so intriguing throughout the years

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Hong Kong Dominoes (2017) by Sherrie Levine is a series of 12 identical paintings of a Chinese domino set. Photo: Courtesy of Sherrie Levine and David Zwirner
Hong Kong Dominoes (2017) by Sherrie Levine is a series of 12 identical paintings of a Chinese domino set. Photo: Courtesy of Sherrie Levine and David Zwirner
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