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    Never-Before-Seen Photos of David BowiePhotographer Gerald Fearnley captured the singer before stardom and stardust.
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    What’s in a Face?A new art show explores the stories behind the faces we see.
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    See Britain’s Largest-Ever LGBT Art ShowIt marks the 50th anniversary of the U.K.’s Sexual Offenses Act.
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    See Parisian Prints That Changed the Art WorldArt from the Van Gogh Museum can now live on your coffee table.
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    This Artist Wears Milk-Carton Dresses to Meet Strangers on the SubwayMaybe you’ve seen her pet peacock on the G train.
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    See Striking Portraits of Summer NostalgiaPhotos from a new exhibition at Robin Rice Gallery in New York.
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    This Exhibit Spotlights 16 of the World’s Best Female Photographers“Woman With a Camera” at the MCA, Chicago, features works by Laurie Simmons and Catherine Opie.
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    Brides in the 1800s Used These Wedding Cards Like InstagramA new exhibition revisits vintage cabinet cards from the 19th century.
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    Honoré Sharrer’s Surreal Portraits of Women and Working AmericaA new exhibition spotlights her subversive artwork.
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    These Artists Explore the Female Gaze in Erotica (NSFW)A new exhibition at the Untitled Space.
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    Marilyn Monroe and Coco Chanel Appear in This All-Women Exhibition“Women Seeing Women” showcases renowned female photographers and their famous female subjects.
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    Never-Before-Seen Portraits of Patti SmithPhotographer Frank Stefanko captured the artist during her most transformative years.
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    Karlie Kloss Smelled Like Celeb Spirit at the Fragrance Foundation AwardsAdrian Grenier and Katie Holmes partied with perfumers.
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    This Gender-Bending Photographer Defied Nazi RuleFrench artist Claude Cahun pursued her art behind and in front of the camera.
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    Brooklyn Flea Market and Smorgasburg Are Coming to ManhattanStarting this weekend, where Tribeca meets Soho.
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    Frida Kahlo Appears in This Striking New Coffee-Table BookThe book México: 1900-1950 traces the rise of modern Mexican art.