Here's the grandfather of it all -- Duchamp's famous urinal, signed "R. Mutt" (a pseudonym that he used and adapted in other works) and displayed lying on its back. It opened the door to using "readymades" -- stuff found or bought from non-art contexts -- as art. The original is lost, but replicas are found in several museums.
Obviously it's a woman, but is it her face or her figure?
Finally, here's one of Hans Bellmer's famous almost-lifesize dolls, disturbing constructions that mocked the Nazis' fixation on physical perfection.