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Nan Goldin, The Other Side
Nan Goldin, "Roomate in her chair, Boston", 1972, 17 7/8 x 12 1/8", silver gelatin print; © Nan Goldin, courtesy of Nan Goldin and Marian Goodman Gallery.

Nan Goldin: The Other Side

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Marian Goodman presents “The Other Side,” an exhibition of photographs by Nan Goldin at the Paris bookshop. The exhibition offers a series of black-and-white photographs portraying the artist’s friends from the early 1970s. These portraits mark Goldin’s debut in photography, helping to shape her artistic career. In 1978 Goldin moved from Boston to New York and went on to photograph the LGBTQ+ communities in Paris, Berlin, New York, and Asia. The acclaimed slideshow The Other Side (1994-2019), created by Goldin as a tribute to beauty, courage and freedom, includes some of the photographs from this period of time, that document the daily lives of her friends and the club world from 1972 to 2010. 

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