Nan Goldin, I’ll Be Your Mirror 1st edition 1997

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Nan Goldin, I’ll Be Your Mirror 1st edition 1997

90.00

Nan Goldin. I’ll be Your Mirror. Published by Whitney Museum of American Art, New York 1997. This book presents the first 25 years of the artist's work, beginning in the early 1970s with the party years in Boston and New York and moving on to the euphoria and despair of widespread drug abuse, the burgeoning AIDS crisis, the collective will to survive, and the inevitable passage of time. Goldin's compelling photographs, including her deep and complex midlife portraits, take us to the core of our human condition. They tell a personal story about relationships and identity, chronicling Goldin's search for community, her struggle against death and loss, and the expansion of her friendships to Europe and Asia. With essays by Elisabeth Sussman, David Armstrong, Werner Holzwarth, Darryl Pinckney and many others.

Dimensions: H 28 cm x W 21 cm x D 4 cm

Condition: Fine

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