The Antonio Dalle Nogare Foundation invites you to the digital projection of the movie Mapplethorpe: Look at the pictures.
The film will be available online free of charge from 11 AM, Saturday, July 4, to 11 AM on Sunday, July 5. To watch the movie simply click HERE and follow these simple steps:
click on RENT
register or log into your Vimeo account (it is free)
a window for purchase will appear
by clicking on APPLY PROMO CODE in the window please fill in the promo code MAPPLE_BOLZANO
We remind you that the movie will also be available at the Foundation’s premises for those who will take part to the special guided tour Siluetas – Bodies in movement. Participation in the guided tour is free of charge and booking is required by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +39 0471 971 626.
In 1989, on the floor of Congress, Senator Jesse Helms implored America to “Look at the pictures,” while denouncing the controversial art of Robert Mapplethorpe, whose photographs pushed social boundaries with their frank depictions of nudity, sexuality and fetishism — and ignited a culture war that rages to this day. Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures does just that, taking an unflinching, unprecedented look at Robert Mapplethorpe’s most provocative work. From acclaimed filmmakers Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, it is the first feature-length documentary about the artist since his death, and the most comprehensive film on Mapplethorpe ever.
In collaboration with Wanted Cinema.
The movie contains explicit content.