The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is presenting an astonishing exhibition entitled Faking It: Photography Before Photoshop. The high priestess of the genre is Kathy Grove. We discussed her work last December in our Who’s Who column. Kathy Grove recreates icons of photography and painting, excluding any masculine presence, and by reworking the appearance of female subjects to make them attractive. Here are a few examples of her work currently on display.
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