A striking aspect of Photography Reinvented (a rather stale title to those familiar with contemporary art) is the diversity of artists represented in the show. It's a refreshing palette cleanser after the chronological, canonical march of paintings and sculptures by overwhelmingly white male artists in the rest of the museum. Included in the collection are two pieces by American photographer Cindy Sherman, famous for her Film Stills series from the 1970s. One of these is represented in the collection, along with a later work, "Untitled #211," from 1989. In the brightly colored, circular chromogenic print, Sherman uses her own face and body to reference a 15th-century Italian portrait of a duke and his duchess. Known for her work with costumes and stage makeup, Sherman is seen in profile, and an obviously fake nose and set of false pearls exaggerate the features of the original, a blue satin background replacing the expanse of flatlands and sky of the painting.