Young Francesca Woodman was a photographer ahead of her time. She began in the 1980s, with avant-garde black-and-white nudes while the rest of the photography world obsessed over glossy, vibrant color. Once her work was finally recognized, it became widely influential and has been ever since. But this came years after her tragic death. The child of two talented artists, Francesca defined herself and her art by different standards and made such an impact that it’s hard to believe she did it all in 23 years.