In her Society Portraits from 2008, Sherman continues her investigation into distorted ideas of beauty, self-image and aging. Set against opulent backdrops and presented in ornate frames, the characters seem at once tragic and vulgar, as each struggles with the impossible standards of beauty that prevail in a youth- and status-obsessed culture.


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