Nan Goldin Debuts New Work in “Memory Lost” @ Marian Goodman Gallery

Nan Goldin Debuts New Work in
Late last month Nan Goldin opened a new exhibition, Memory Lost, at Marian Goodman Gallery. Her first solo presentation in New York in five years, the major exhibition presents an important range of historical works together with two new video pieces and the debut of two new series of photographs.

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