writes: “Now on show at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the deeply personal narratives go back to the late 1970s and 1980s, a time in which the artist’s life was dominated by drug use and domestic violence. With the reinstallation of the museum’s second floor contemporary galleries, about 700 snapshot-like portraits of her partner and herself sequenced against an evocative soundtrack take in the large-scale gallery space, allowing deep encounters between artist and visitors.” The show runs at the MOMA until February 12th, 2017. For more, go to [Aesthetica].
Photo Credit: Nan Goldin, “Nan and Brian in Bed” (1981). Courtesy of MoMA.