Nan Goldin: I'll be Your Mirror
Published to accompany the 1996 mid-career survey organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, I'll Be Your Mirror remains the most comprehensive and critically praised publication on the work of photographer Nan Goldin. Covering two decades of her life and art, from her time in Boston in the 1970s through her move to downtown New York City and her subsequent and stratospheric rise in the art world, Goldin's most memorable work is collected here. Amongst the many powerful images are photographs of friends and lovers sometimes in pain, sometimes in repose; self portraits taken during an abusive relationship, from The Ballad of Sexual Dependency; the transvestite and transgendered kings and queens of The Other Side; and the harrowing and moving documentation of the slow death from AIDS of close friend Cookie Mueller. Scalo Publishers is pleased to offer this seminal book at a new and more affordable price, making this classic title accessible to an even wider audience of Goldin's fans than ever before.
Nan Goldins Photographs
All Yesterdays Parties
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Alf Bold American Art August Sander Ballad of Sexual bathroom beauty Berlin black-and-white Boston Bowery Brian Bruce C-print camera Castelli Graphics Center Cibachrome print Cinema color Contemporary Art Cookie Mueller David Armstrong David Wojnarowicz death Dora downtown drag queens drugs empty exhibition eyes feel filmmaker friends Gallery Gelatin silver print Germany girl glamour Gotscho Heiferman images Institute of Contemporary Joachim Sartorius knew live look Lower East Side Matthew Marks mirror Mudd Club Museum of American Nan Goldin Nan's narrative natural light night Nobuyoshi Araki Paris party Peter Hujar portraits Provincetown Rafik's OP Screening relationships Roommate Screening Room Self-portrait sense sequence Sexual Dependency Aperture Sharon Siobhan slide show snapshot song soundtrack street Super-8 Suzanne taking pictures things Tin Pan Alley Tokyo Love Vivienne Vivienne Dick Warhol Werner Holzwarth Whitney Museum women York