Some Women by Robert Mapplethorpe

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This collection includes much unpublished work by the well-known American photographer. The subjects include many celebrated women, such as artists, actresses and models, as well as some rarely-seen portraits of children. The writer, Joan Didion, provides an essay on Mapplethorpe's work.
 

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Published October 1, 1989 by Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd. 130 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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Eighty-five black-and-white photographs of women, mostly famous--actresses, singers, artists, models--constitute this large-format book, which, compared with much of the late photographer's oeuvre, is

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Published in 1989 in hardcover, this volume of 86 duotone portraits of famous and non-famous women seems tame and unambitious compared to much of the late photographer's oeuvre. QPB selection. (Apr.)

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Published in 1989 in hardcover, this volume of 86 duotone portraits of famous and non-famous women seems tame and unambitious compared to much of the late photographer's oeuvre.

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