Synopses & Reviews
- The most significant book published to date on Nan Goldin (b.1953), one of the most prominent and influential of contemporary photographers
- Contains Goldin's latest work alongside earlier classics, including images from new series such as Elements, 57 Days, Still on Earth and From Here to Maternity, many published here for the first time
- An intimate and compelling photographic portrait, which tells personal stories of relationships and identity, chronicling different eras and the passage of time
- Features previously unpublished works by Goldin, alongside earlier classics
- Photographic sequences are interspersed with texts, poems and lyrics by prominent writers
Texts by Nick Cave, Guido Costa, Enrique Juncosa, Catherine Lampert, Sharon Olds and Richard Price.
- A major collection of work by Nan Goldin, one of the leading chroniclers of our time- An intimate and compelling photographic portrait which tells personal stories of relationships, friendships and identity, but also chronicles different eras and the passage of time- Includes new work from Goldin's series of photographs such as Elements, Heartbeat, Still on Earth and Maternity- Features previously unpublished works by Goldin, alongside earlier classics- Photographic sequences are interspersed with a series of short essays which discuss different aspects and themes in Goldin's work, such as narrative, love, the family and gender politics- The most comprehensive book published on Nan Goldin to date