(1946-1989) first became famous, not so say notorious, in the 1970s
and 1980s with his photographs of the male and female nude.
Although some works became more infamous than others, they each
explored beauty and form in a classical way – from his statuesque
nudes to formal portraits of artists and celebrities; depictions of
New York’s S&M underground to delicate flower photographs.
Don’t miss this first ever Mapplethorpe retrospective in Scotland, and
the first in Britain for a decade.
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