Author(s): Nan Goldin
Eden and After is a new collection of photographs from one of the most influential photographers working today. For over 30 years, Nan Goldin has created intimate and compelling photographs that tell personal stories of relationships, friendships, and identity while chronicling different eras and exposing the passage of time. Here, Goldin presents photographs of children that capture the energy, emotion, and mystery of childhood. This beautifully produced book features 300 color illustrations and an introduction from Guido Costa, an art dealer and close friend of the artist.
Nan Goldin (b. Washington, 1953) has lived and worked all over the world, amassing an extensive body of work that represents an intimate photographic portrait of our time. Active since the early 1980s her work is featured in the collections of art institutions worldwide including the Tate Modern and SFMOMA. Her photographs have been exhibited at museums such as the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Centre Pompidou, and the Whitechapel Art Gallery.