The Palmer Museum of Art, 2005 First edition Hardcover, 92 pages, 252 x 260 mm Condition: Near Fine
Over the last thirty years, Nan Goldin has attained international fame as a photographer who, building on the tradition of Robert Frank and Diane Arbus, has documented the lives of outsiders. But in Goldin’s case, the outsiders are her friends, whom she depicts with poignant and sometimes brutal honesty.
“We all tell stories which are versions of history—memorized, encapsulated, repeatable, and safe. Stories can be rewritten, memory can’t. If each picture is a story, then the accumulation of these pictures comes closer to the experience of memory, a story without end.” - Nan Goldin
Published on the occasion of a 2005 exhibition of Nan Goldin’s photographs, drawn from the private collection of Gerry and David Pincus and jointly organized by the Palmer Museum of Art at The Pennsylvania State University and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
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