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Marking his international gallery debut, "So Far So Goude," photographs and drawings by Jean-Paul Goude, is at Hasted Hunt, 529 W. 20th St., Jan. 4-Feb. 17. The exhibition is being produced in conjunction with Goude's book of the same name, a retrospective of his work from the '60s to the present, published by Assouline in 2005. Goude, whose ad work includes classic campaigns for Kodak and Chanel's Egoiste, probably remains best known as the man who "created" Grace Jones, two of whose images are in this showcase. This lead image, however, is "Linda Evangelista for Christian Lacroix," 1999. In the PDF: "Blue-Black in Black on Brown, New York," 1981; "Grace in a Cage, New York," 1978; and "Queen of Seoul, Paris," 1994. All images courtesy Jean-Paul Goude/Hasted Hunt Gallery NYC. See HastedHunt.com for more.