"The photographs in Fader’s I Want to Put You On series are unnervingly clever.Physical identity seems disposable in the images and the subject is both the artist and his friends, suggesting that they are possibly a commentary on their relationship." read more

“New York photographer, Sean Fader, likes to play with himself. Over and over. Working in the style of some other self-focused photographers--Cindy Sherman, Kelli Connell, Aaron Hobson, and Robert Rainey--Sean's work manages to reflect not only himself, but a little bit of all of us. Starting out as an actor, Sean has combined his photographic and photoshop skills to produce his own stage show, and has lots of accolades to show for it. No other cast members need apply.” read more

"In the tradition of Cindy Sherman, Fader re-imagines himself as different characters from a teenager, to a housewife, to a hermaphroditic sophisticate. He's also fond of using his Photoshop skills to create images where he jokes, abandons, and makes out with himself and, stretching the boundaries of self-portraiture into the digital age, he includes a piece featuring his California Googleganger." read more

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