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Nan Goldin

September 12, 1953 -


Nan Goldin is an American photographer whose work captures intimate, vulnerable, and emotional moments. Many of her subjects are LGBTQ individuals, and through their experiences, her work also explores social histories like the HIV crisis and opioid epidemic. To Goldin, photography is both a political tool and a way to honor personal relationships between the photographer and the sitter. Her incredibly successful and prolific career has led her to earn a spot at the 1985 Whitney Biennal, as well as many exhibitions in museums in the United States and abroad.

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