It's a look back at the gang of mostly New York artists who first came of age with TV news and pop culture.
"If you push somebody [in the art world], they might start crying."
'We did better than we expected — and worse than we had hoped.'
For the 1990-era series, Sherman transformed into famous forlorn contessas. Here, she channels a reclining Marie Antoinette.
Sherman continues to impress us.
Paul H-O's identity crisis in the shadow of Sherman, as the less-famous half of an artist couple, spurred the film. The film, in turn, spurred the breakup.
Mercedes Helnwein's immaculately executed drawings play out like dramatically lit, attractively cast indie flicks. To wit: In various works a jaded Lower East Side spinster type acts coy, wears torturously high heels, and poses half-naked with a duck.