Francesca Woodman was a photographer who was known for her black and white photos, which mainly featured herself and other female models. Most of her work contain nudity and blurred images that have a haunting yet compelling effect on the viewers.
Woodman’s career came to an end too soon when she committed suicide at a young age of 22 in 1981. Her short but solid career will be shared at this exhibit with more than 120 photographs and her short films will be on view as well.
Location: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (1071 Fifth Ave. between 88th and 89th Sts)
When: OPENS Friday 3/16 through 6/13