Lee Miller's "Floating Head Mary Taylor, New York Studio, New York, USA," 1933; Steve. Lee Miller
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Lee Miller’s “Floating Head Mary Taylor, New York Studio, New York, USA,” 1933; Steve Lee Miller

Lee Miller was tough as nails, one of the most daring combat photographers of the World War II era. But she also had an eye for fashion and the experimental; both are on display in this survey of more than 90 images. Miller started out as a model, teaming up with artist Man Ray to break new ground in early 1930s surrealism. But it was her post-war documentation of German concentration camps—as well as Hitler’s former living quarters, where she famously posed in the bathtub—that cemented her place in the photographic pantheon.

Where: NSU Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale, FL, When: Oct. 4–Feb. 28, 2016 For more information: Click Here

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