"Goldin, true to form, captures situations that are far from what, in the days of analog photography, were called Kodak moments. Boredom, sadness, bashfulness, introversion, exhaustion, and confusion are all depicted, and in images whose formal and lyrical qualities draw from Goldin's signature aesthetic arsenal, helps them float above the mawkishness you nervously expect to encounter with every page turn but thankfully never do. Goldin's photographs, as ever, verge on the cinematic. Waves of emotion, movement, color and light wash over and through them. . . Instead of operatic photo-narratives that pit euphoria against disappointment and tell tales of loss and endurance, we get something sweeter, more appreciative, and wistful. . . And that is what makes this book, with its mix of beauty, appreciation, and apprehension, an unexpected page-turner." - Marvin Heiferman, Special to CNN"A hefty, heartwarming, tearjerking and LOL inducing love song to the kids Nan has been around. . . over the last 30 years. . . a love loaded book." - "Dazed"From the Publisher:
Eden and After is a brand new collection of photographs of childhood, taken by Nan Goldin, one of the world's most prominent and influential contemporary photographers. Featuring almost entirely unknown work taken over a period of thirty years (1977-2013), the book traces the mysterious and alien narrative of childhood - from pregnancy and birth through to her subjects' early teens and their departure into adulthood. In addition, Goldin's close friend and collaborator, Guido Costa provides a personal and thoughtful analysis of this body of work in his concluding essay 'Bambini'.
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Descripción Phaidon Press Ltd, United Kingdom, 2015. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 284 x 266 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. For over 30 years, Nan Goldin has created photographs that are intimate and compelling: they tell personal stories of relationships, friendships and identity, while chronicling different eras and exposing the passage of time. Eden and After is a new collection of photographs of childhood by the highly influential contemporary photographer, capturing the energy, emotion and mystery of childhood. The book features an introduction from Goldin s close friend and art dealer, Guido Costa. Nº de ref. de la librería AA99780714865775