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Sherrie Levine, Salubra 7, 2007

Events Hall Art Foundation Exhibition: Sherrie Levine

8 Jun - 1 Dec

The Hall Art Foundation is pleased to announce an exhibition by American artist Sherrie Levine to be held at its galleries in Reading, Vermont from 11 May – 1 December 2024. Spanning over 30 years of her work, this survey includes photographs, paintings, and sculptures from many of Levine’s most acclaimed series which are central to her ongoing inquiry into notions of ownership, authorship, originality, and authenticity.

Levine rose to prominence as a member of the Pictures Generation, a loose group of artists based in New York in the late 1970s and early 1980s including Cindy Sherman, Robert Longo, David Salle, Richard Prince, and Barbara Kruger, among others. In varied ways, these artists all created work by appropriating and reusing existing images from popular culture, questioning the way that meanings become assigned to images, and how or why certain kinds of images are considered “art”. While many of her colleagues utilized images from popular culture and the mainstream media in their work, Levine borrowed her images directly from high art sources, and importantly, often from reproductions of artworks (in the form of bookplates and posters, for example), which are often the most common way that one experiences a well-known image.

Dates & Times

8 June - 1 December 11:00am to 4:00pm

Saturdays & Sundays
10am docent-led tours; 11am – 4pm self-guided tours.
Advance reservations recommended, but not required. 
General admission: $15 Adults; $5 Kids 12 and under. 

The Hall Art Foundation is a museum of contemporary art with a sculpture park and café. Exhibitions are held seasonally, from May through November. 


Hall Art Foundation

544 VT Route 106
Reading, VT 05062
United States

Sherrie Levine, Salubra 7, 2007
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