Laurie Simmons: How We See at The Jewish Museum, March 13 – August 9, 2015

“The seven new works in Laurie Simmons: How We See draw upon the “Doll Girls” community, women who alter themselves to look like Barbie, baby dolls, and Japanese Anime characters through make-up, dress, and even cosmetic surgery.” — The Jewish Museum

Laurie Simmons

Installation view of Laurie Simmons: How We See. © The Jewish Museum, NY. Photo by: David Heald. Art © Laurie Simmons, courtesy the artist and Salon 94.

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Laurie Simmons. How We See/Tatiana (Pink), 2015. Pigment print, 70 × 48 inches (178 × 122 cm). © Laurie Simmons, courtesy the artist and Salon 94.

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Laurie Simmons. How We See/Edie (Green), 2015. Pigment print, 70 × 48 inches (178 × 122 cm). © Laurie Simmons, courtesy the artist and Salon 94.

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Laurie Simmons. How We See/Ajak (Violet), 2015. Pigment print, 70 × 48 inches (178 × 122 cm). © Laurie Simmons, courtesy the artist and Salon 94.

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Laurie Simmons. How We See/Lindsay (Gold), 2015. Pigment print, 70 × 48 inches (178 × 122 cm). © Laurie Simmons, courtesy the artist and Salon 94.

Images courtesy The Jewish Museum