nan Goldin professed that photography was a stand in for memory, she unabashedly photographing drag queens, drug addicts, and night time lurkers that made up her circle of friends

nan Goldin professed that photography was a stand in for memory, she unabashedly photographing drag queens, drug addicts, and night time lurkers that made up her circle of friends

Nan Goldin  Car With Smoke, New Hampshire, 1979

Drugs, Sex, Art: Nan Goldin

Nan Goldin's "One month after being battered". Goldin seems to like the idea of capturing her mood at certain periods of life in her self portraits, rather than the "make-up" of her identity. She often uses assisting colours in her self portraits, to enhance the feelings she is experiencing.

Nan Goldin's "One month after being battered". Goldin seems to like the idea of capturing her mood at certain periods of life in her self portraits, rather than the "make-up" of her identity. She often uses assisting colours in her self portraits, to enhance the feelings she is experiencing.

500 Channels and Nothing to Watch: Recovering from Depression

500 Channels and Nothing to Watch: Recovering from Depression

" So yeah no man left blind , no man left behind! " her voice whimpers whipping her salty tears out from under her knows with her rost. Shruggging. She reaches to turn of the camera. Wishing it was easier yet wishing there was less to this.- New book?

“Léa Seydoux, photographed by Nan Goldin for V magazine, winter 2013. ”

“Léa Seydoux, photographed by Nan Goldin for V magazine, winter 2013. ”

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