One of the most compelling figures in the world of contemporary photography, we take a look at Nan Goldin documentary “I Remember Your Face,” a film by Sabine Lidl. A career spent photographing the often chaotic lives of those around her, her New York tribe captured in The Ballad of Sexual Dependency, Goldin didn’t so much record as live these moments, often struggling with addiction herself. Now in her sixties, Lidl’s film follows the artist to Berlin and Paris as she talks through her career and bumps into old friends. Premiered recently at Art Basel, press play below for the trailer.
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