Upon graduating from Rutgers University with a degree in art history, Dunn moved to Europe to pursue fashion photography. After traveling and shooting extensively for two years, she moved back to New York where she became a successful photographer shooting for magazines such as Spin, Vogue, Elle, Harpers Bazaar and Dazed and Confused.In the mid 1990s, Dunn began to focus much more on filmmaking, first creating small pieces for herself and eventually shooting and directing some of the most classic films of this generation. Her first film, Sped (1997), was created as a series of vignettes on young artists from the worlds of skateboarding and graffiti.
Produced originally as a promotional film for a snowboard company and for a very small. Audience, the film went on to be featured in film festivals worldwide. Her second film, Backworlds for Words (1999), is a documentation of a skateboard ballet, choreographed by artist/professional skateboarder Mark Gonzales for the Stadtisches Museum in Monchengladbach, Germany. The film includes footage of the actual performance as well as candid interviews and documentation of Gonzales performing poetry readings around Germany. In 2000, her photos were included in the Widely Unknown show at Deitch Projects in New York.Other projects with Deitch include co-curating shows entitled Starstruck and Session the Bowl in 2002 which featured her two-channel video installation Social Security. In 2002, she was awarded a residency at the Wexner Center in Columbus, Ohio, where she was commissioned to make a film in conjunction with the design exhibit, Mood River. Come Mute is an autobiographical fable representing the life of a young New Jersey girl as she tries to figure out how to bring creativity to her working class existence. Beautiful Losers was a seminal touring museum exhibition featuring artists that came from and influenced the subcultures of skateboarding, graffiti, punk and hip hop. The artists included were: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Neil Blender, Thomas Campbell, R. Crumb, Henry Chalfant, Larry Clark, Cynthia Connolly, Cheryl Dunn, KAWS, Shepard Fairey, Glen Friedman, Phil Frost, Futura, Mark Gonzales, Keith Haring, Evan Hecox, Wes Humpston, Jo Jackson, Todd James aka REAS, Andy Jenkins, James Jarvis, Chris Johanson, Spike Jonze, Margaret Kilgallen, Harmony Korine, Ari Marcopoulos, Geoff McFetridge, Barry McGee, Ryan McGinley, Ryan McGinness, Mike Mills, Raymond Pettibon, Steve Powers aka ESPO, Pushead, Terry Richardson, Clare Rojas, Rostarr, Craig Stecyk, Ed Templeton, Andy Warhol, Tobin Yelland. These artists'influence is widespread as are their various collaborations which include artists Os Gemeos, Blu, David Ellis, JR, Banksy, James Marshall aka Dalek, KR, Rita Ackermann, Jim Houser, Matt Leines, Chris Lindig, Swoon, Paperrad, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Royal Art Lodge, Space 1026, Dash Snow, and many others. L'item "Cheryl Dunn Drafted Beautiful Losers 2004" est en vente depuis le mardi 9 avril 2019.
Il est dans la catégorie "Art, antiquités\Art du XIXe et avant\Estampes, gravures, lithos". Le vendeur est "uknowchris" et est localisé à/en LABERGEMENT LES SEURRE.
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