Walther Konig, 1993 First edition Hardcover, 48 pages, 268 x 180 mm Text in German Condition: Very Good
Nan Goldin is usually known for her photographs of people, especially close friends whose lives she chronicles. However in Vakat she excludes people completely for the first time. Yet despite the stifling emptiness of her rooms, we sense the presence of people with their baggage of dreams, fears, and memories.
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