Cheryl (artist collective)

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Cheryl is a four-member, semi-anonymous, cat-masked artist collective based in Brooklyn, New York, known for its video art, museum installations, participatory events and dance parties. Cheryl originated in July 2008 in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn. Since then, Cheryl has regularly produced thematic art/performance/dance events and installations in New York and in Europe.

Cheryl is best known for its thematic video work, often paired with an upcoming event of the same theme. Cheryl's work has been showcased through various installations and events with the Museum of Modern Art, MoMA PS1, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Palazzo Strozzi, the Jewish Museum (New York), and the Bruce High Quality Foundation among others.

Cheryl has been featured in/on The New York Times, New York magazine, The New York Observer, Out magazine, V, W, Time Out, Black Book magazine, The Village Voice, Flavor magazine (Paris), Glamour (France), NBC and RAI among other outlets.

The Cheryl blurb[edit]

The four elements of CHERYL are fake blood, glitter, shoulder pads, and hair extensions.


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