One of the most influential photographers of our time, Nan Goldin is widely known for her deeply personal photographs that unflinchingly document her life and the people in it. The fifteen images included here span Goldin’s shift from black-and-white to color photography and were all made in and around Boston, prior to her move to New York in 1978. Featuring images of her friends, including the photographer David Armstrong and the writer Cookie Mueller, these works offer up scenes of camaraderie, love, and everyday life and reveal the breadth of Goldin’s vision even at a young age.
September 11 – October 9, 2021
Matthew Marks Gallery (LA)
7818 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA, USA