In July of 1981, American photo-printer Teresa Engle was finishing up a year long darkroom internship with French photographer Lucien Clergue in Arles, France. Robert Mapplethorpe was presenting his work in a large-scale exhibition as part of the annual Rencontres d’Arles photography festival and was visiting for the opening events. Early in the week, Teresa was briefly introduced to Robert...
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