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GUCCI CYBORG: A Chimeric World of Fluid Identities and Trend-Defying Fashion

GUCCI CYBORG: A Chimeric World of Fluid Identities and Trend-Defying Fashion

The Pilgrm hotel in Paddington, London: A Victorian Venue of Avant-Garde Hospitality

The Pilgrm hotel in Paddington, London: A Victorian Venue of Avant-Garde Hospitality

His House and Her House: Wutopia Lab's Urban Renovation Project of Gender Playfulness

His House and Her House: Wutopia Lab's Urban Renovation Project of Gender Playfulness

The Polysemous Femininity of Caroline Walls’ Paintings

The Polysemous Femininity of Caroline Walls’ Paintings

A Family House of Subtle Contrasts in Queens Park, Sydney

A Family House of Subtle Contrasts in Queens Park, Sydney

Robert Heinecken (1931 - 2006), Two Women - T, 1987, dye bleach print of a magazine page, 14 x 11 in. (35.6 x 27.9 cm.) © The Robert Heinecken Trust, courtesy of Cherry
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Double Take

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A re-framing, re-staging and re-presentation of appropriation in photography from the 1960s to the present day.

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