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NAN GOLDIN

 

C and So competing for the Oscar, Second Tip, Bangkok, 1992, colour photograph/Museum Quality Print, paper size 6 x 6 inches /15.24 x 15.25 cm., hand signed by the artist, 1992 (printed 2020)

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The transgender rights movement has been a crucial part of the ongoing street protests. I feel lucky to have lived long enough to have witnessed this sea change in visibility and acceptance of Trans people in our culture. In the early ’90s, I traveled to Bangkok to photograph the world of queens known as ‘ladyboys.’ Second Tip was their home and sanctuary. Every week, they held lavishly produced beauty contests, wearing showgirl costumes and lip-synching to Madonna. I wonder how today’s movement would have affected their lives.
Nan Goldin

 

Sunny at the spa, distortion, L'Hotel, Paris, 2010, colour photograph/Museum Quality Print, paper size 6 x 6 inches /15.24 x 15.25 cm., hand signed by the artist, 2010 (printed 2019)

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Sunny and I were at L'Hotel doing a fashion shoot for Vogeue Paris. Sunny was more beautiful than the model. This picture was taken long before I ever held a digital camera. The intimacy between us allowed the camera the freedom to access the magic. My favourite photos of mine are the mistakes.
Nan Goldin.

 

SOUNDWALK COLLECTIVE & NAN GOLDIN
The Women’s March, 1789
, record with soundtrack to Nan Goldin’s The Women’s March, 1789, produced and composed by Soundwalk Collective for Nan Goldin, contains a black 180g heavyweight vinyl housed in a linen laminated sleeve, includes a fine art print (colour photograph) by Nan Goldin titled Africa, Pavillon Dufour, Versailles (2018/2019), signed and numbered by Nan Goldin, all sleeve photography taken by Nan Goldin, includes extracts of the Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen, Olympe de Gouges, a statement by Nan Goldin, a statement by Hala Wardé and an interview with Stephan Crasneanscki, 30 x 30 cm. /inches, edition 250, photograph signed and numbered by Nan Goldin, 2019

A1. The Waterworks
B1. The Declaration
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colour photograph, 30 x 30 cm., edition 250, signed and numbered on front, 2019

Throughout the installation, designed with Hala Wardé, Nan Goldin and Soundwalk Collective work with underground waterworks, walls and sculptures to highlight the historical moment. The power of the women marching, their memory frozen in the surroundings are evoked in the sound installation using the voices of well-known women (Isabelle Adjani, Élodie Bouchez, Laetitia Casta, Catherine Deneuve, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Nan Goldin, Isabelle Huppert, Isild Le Besco, Anna Mouglalis & Charlotte Rampling), extolling their rights as defended by the French Revolution. The work is presented within the dark corridors of the Petit Trianon, far removed from the salons of Marie-Antoinette.

Digging up this history that resonates so loudly with our times. This brilliant document could have been written today. Nothing has changed. There are women in the world that still don’t have the rights that are articulated in the Declaration. – Nan Goldin

Exhibited as part of the exhibition Versailles – Visible / Invisible organised by the Public Establishment of the Palace, Museum and National Estate of Versailles and Château de Versailles Spectacles

Guido floating, Levanzo, Sicily, 1999, photograph, paper size 40.6 x 61 cm. /16 x 24 inches, image size 35.6 x 53.3 cm. /14 x 21 inches, edition 100, signed and numbered, printed in 2004 

€ 3400,- (including a special edition of the book The Devil's Playground that is beautifully bound and individually signed and numbered)

Jen's hand on Clemen's back, Paris, 2001, photograph, paper size 40.6 x 61 cm. /16 x 24 inches, image size 35.6 x 53.3 cm. /14 x 21 inches, edition 100, signed and numbered, printed in 2004 

€ 2600,- (including a special edition of the book The Devil's Playground that is beautifully bound and individually signed and numbered)

 

 

Valérie in the taxi, Paris, 2001, photograph, paper size 40.6 x 61 cm. /16 x 24 inches, image size 35.6 x 53.3 cm. /14 x 21 inches, edition 100, signed and numbered, printed in 2004 

€ 2100,- (including a special edition of the book The Devil's Playground that is beautifully bound and individually signed and numbered)

 

 

Joey in my mirror, Berlin 1992. Joey in my mirror, NYC 1999, set of 2 cibachromes, each 51 x 61 cm., edition 45, signed on the left image, 2002

set € 4000,-

 

 

Alf Bold dead, Fritz five days old, Stromboli at dawn, set of 3 Ilfochrome colour photographs, each 40 x 50 cm, edition 60, signed on middle photograph, 1998
set € 3300,- 
 

 

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