A Problem of Catharsis and Urban Space: Ondi Timoner’s Mapplethorpe

By Mina Radovic. Robert Mapplethorpe is one of New York’s famous black-and-white photographers of the 1970s: coming out after the Warhol generation and in touch with the underground, Mapplethorpe is remembered for his distinct use of monochrome composition, imbued with a sense of rigid formalism coupled with controversial and often bare body subject matter. Ondi … Continue reading A Problem of Catharsis and Urban Space: Ondi Timoner’s Mapplethorpe