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On View: Gender-Fluid Art

As a young woman, the artist Gluck rejected her family name, along with the dress and confines of her gender. With short hair and sharply cut suits, she cut a dash through the London art world of the 1920s and '30s. This week, the London gallery that mounted her first exhibition in 1926 draws together works from across Gluck's career and explores her legacy in the 21st century.

Pippa Stockdale, the managing director of London's Fine Art Society, was inspired to theme a show around Gluck af

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