Photographer Francesca Woodman’s career took off after her suicide, after she threw herself out of a New York City window at 22. It’s hard to separate her work from her fate. She’s the Ian Curtis of photography, that young departed that leaves behind something to be unravelled, cult-adored, spied for clues like an archivist voyeur. Her surreal, sensuous, isolated self-portraits are on view starting this Sunday at the Guggenheim Museum. This is the most comprehensive exhibit of her short-lived, prolific practice yet, featuring 120 vintage photographs and rarely seen short videos“Francesca Woodman,” Mar 16  – Jun 13, Guggenheim, NYC