You know the saying “history repeats itself”?

Well, art exhibits don’t. Catch these biggies before they’re gone.

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"Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs"

The MoMA blockbuster wraps up on February 10. (Cue childhood-art-class memories.)

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"Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe"

From feeling like a kid to feeling like a lady, you have until February 15 to get to the Brooklyn Museum to visit this crowd-pleaser.

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"Annie Leibovitz: Pilgrimage"

Atypical material (landscapes, interiors, objects) from the famed photographer is at the New-York Historical Society through February 22.

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"Kara Walker Afterward"

Saturday is the last day to see behind the scenes of the Domino Sugar Factory installation at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. gallery in Chelsea.

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"Mac Conner: A New York Life"

Extended by two weeks, the City Museum’s nostalgia-inducing retrospective on the ’50s illustrator now closes February 1.

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"Wang Jianwei: Time Temple"

The first stateside show from the critically acclaimed (and boundary-pushing) Chinese artist bows out February 16 at the Guggenheim.

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"Cubism: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection"

February 16 is also the last showing of the philanthropist’s groundbreaking gift to the Met. (The Picasso game is strong.)

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