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Androgyny

"The symbol is universal. The Androgyne is above philosophy. If one has become the Androgyne one no longer has a need for philosophy." — Marcel Duschamp

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Babylon hath been a golden cup

Simeon Solomon, 1859

Portrait Of Rose Sélavy

Man Ray, 1921

Seated Figure

1850-1925

Self Portrait

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1847

Self Portrait with Black Dog

Gustave Courbet, 1842

Una Troubridge

Romaine Brooks, 1924

What do you want from me?

Claude Cahun, 1928

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