Just Kids

By Patti Smith

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This thought-provoking memoir, written by punk-rock high-priestess, Patti Smith, chronicles her years in New York City and her symbiotic relationship with artist Robert Mapplethorpe. Coupled with her musings on the artist’s life, this provides a great read for those interested in the power of perception and the role of the artist. 

Great for: 

  • artists of any medium
  • those interested in 1960s-era New York City
  • a tale of deep friendship and mutual inspiration

If you liked the book, rent the movie(s): Searching for Sugar ManThe Last Waltz, Beasts of the Southern Wild

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