Since the 1960's Nan Goldin's work has confronted social taboos, as she documents her life and the lives, relationships, and experiences of those around her. Her subjects deal with the effects of drugs and AIDS, the intensity of intimate relationships, and the exploration of sexuality. Her work is grabbing, confrontational and real, hiding nothing from the viewer, exposing the complicated and emotional nature of human relationships. Her newest slideshow of photographs will be on view at the Nederlands Fotomuseum until January 2nd. Click the link above to read more about this show and view more images.
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