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Rosie by Robert Mapplethorpe
Transcript of Rosie by Robert Mapplethorpe
Mapplethorpe's work is obscene and meant to be pornographic
Mapplethorpe cared about surface appearances, the subject matter was only meant to produce an aesthetically pleasing image. My Argument Work is neither pornographic or about surface appearance.
Trying to make a name for himself - experimenting
Differs greatly from his other works Context Description Analysis Conclusion Mapplethorpe's photograph was an innocent portrait of a child - not graphic or mere surface
Trying something new - and trying to make an impression during a time of changing art Any questions? In the 70s, changing art scene in NY
Trying to do something new and distinct
Not against a studio backdrop
In her own element (and parents present)