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Icelandic-born musician Björk released a fresh new album, Vulnicura, earlier this year and is now celebrated in a self-titled exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. One of the most original and influential female artists of our time, the multimedia display chronicles her impressive work in a full-scale retrospective. Known for her bold sound, experimental melodies and avant-garde style, Björk first made her mark as the lead singer of the alternative rock band The Sugarcubes before her career as a solo artist took off. The commemorative exhibit is curated from 20 years worth of material and includes imagery, costume, film and sound.

Post, 1995. Photography by Stéphane Sednaoui. Image courtesy of Wellhart Ltd & One Little Indian.
Post, 1995. Photography by Stéphane Sednaoui. Image courtesy of Wellhart Ltd & One Little Indian.

Björk runs until June 7, 2015 at MoMA in New York.