Marian Goodman Gallery
is pleased to continue our artist-centric newsletter IN FOCUS
, where we delve deeply into one artist on the MGG roster at a time. Aiming to show a fuller picture of the breadth of our artists' careers, we will feature our favorite stories, podcasts, interviews, artists’ writings and videos from the archive, as well as new and upcoming projects.Nan Goldin
(b. 1953, Washington, D.C.) captures a world that is universally human, yet highly personal, in her richly colored photographs. Now living and working between New York City and Berlin, Goldin remains one of the most important and influential artists of her generation, having revolutionized the art of photography through her frank and deeply empathetic portraiture. Over the last 45 years, Goldin has created indelible images of the 20th and 21st centuries. By documenting her life and the lives of the friends who have surrounded her, Goldin gives a voice and visibility to her communities. In 2017, Goldin formed the activist group P.A.I.N.
(Prescription Addiction Intervention Now).
Today, follow along as we venture through the emotional practice of Nan Goldin. ↓