Always working with photography, the American artist Cindy Sherman is also the sitter in most of her images. These are no self-portraits, though, because she creates characters and narratives depicting diverse stereotypes found in contemporary society. Sometimes, she also recreates historical personas and surreal fictional figures. The exhibition Cindy Sherman – Untitled Horrors explores a dark side of her work, from her earliest series to her recent society portraits and murals.
Moderna Museet, Stockholm, until 19 January 2014.
The Bunker Artspace – Art as autobiography
Given a test run last autumn and reopening on 2 December, The Bunker, a private venue fronting the collection of curator-collector Beth Rudin DeWoody, is a trifecta of firsts; first to give Palm Beach a serious art scene; first to show art as an evolving aesthetic and first of what I anticipate will be the new trend – the show space as self-portrait
Eleanor Pinfield: ‘London – and London Underground - deserves to have the best artists in the world’
Pinfield is Head of Art on the Underground, which has commissioned work by Cindy Sherman, David Shrigley and Assemble, among others. She talks about this year’s lineup of female artists and the desire to bring art to millions of travellers
Reflections on the Self: From Dürer to Struth
This exhibition explores the genre of the self-portrait, looking at the ways in which more than 50 artists from the 1400s onwards have sought to visualise the self
In a mesmerising and disquieting exhibition, Tate Liverpool showcases the prophetic work of video artist Gretchen Bender, who railed against the rise of consumerism and the political appropriation of mass media