Sherrie Levine (b. Hazelton, Pennsylvania) grew up in St. Louis and moved to New York in 1975, where she rose to prominence as a member of the Pictures Generation. Levine’s photography, painting, sculpture, and installation frequently reproduce the work of other artists, critiquing those works and the concepts of originality, authenticity, and singularity. She has been the subject of many one-person exhibitions, including at the Hirshhorn Museum, Washington D.C. (1988); the High Museum of Art, Atlanta (1988); the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco (1991); the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia (1992); Portikus, Frankfurt (1994); Museum Haus Lange, Kunstmuseen Krefeld, Germany (2010); and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2011-12). A one-person exhibition of Levine’s work is currently on display at Xavier Hufkens Gallery in Brussels. Levine lives and works in New York.