NAN GOLDIN "AMANDA IN THE LOCKER ROOM"
In the early nineties, as Goldin's career began to gain momentum, she received a DAAD grant from the German government for a stay in Berlin.
This was only a short time after reunification and Berlin was relatively unchartered territory relative to today. Some of her best images are attributed to this period in the legendary city.
Nan Goldin's body of work is consistently personal - she documents the romance, tragedy, triumphs and adventures of her friends and lovers.
This intimate and unselfconscious portrait is a stellar example of Goldin's work; yet it also posses a lightness and softness that is infrequently seen.
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"Amanda in the Locker Room, Berlin 1993"
C print photograph
Signed by the artist.
From an edition of 100, printed 1996
23"W 19”H (photograph)