In Tate Modern


Nancy "Nan" Goldin (born September 12, 1953) is an American photographer. Her work often explores LGBT bodies, moments of intimacy, the HIV crisis, and the opioid epidemic. Her most notable work is The Ballad of Sexual Dependency (1986), which documents the post-Stonewall gay subculture and Goldin's family and friends. She lives and works in New York City, Berlin, and Paris.

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Artist as subject

Film and audio


Nan Goldin: 'My work comes from empathy and love'

The photographer introduces her latest book, Eden and After


The Long Weekend 2008: Nan Goldin and John Kelly

A spectacular presentation of Nan Goldin's iconic slide projections, her fiercely moving and personal diary of a lost urban ...


Nan Goldin

Goldin's photographs reveal and honour personal stories of memory, love and friendship within the contemporary urban settings of cities ...

Nan Goldin: Artist’s talk

Nan Goldin speaks about her career and recent work with Stuart Comer, curator of film at Tate Modern.



Nan Goldin born 1953Greer and Robert on the Bed, NYC 1982

Jonah Westerman

As part of Performance at Tate: Into the Space of Art, Jonah Westerman explores Nan Goldin's Greer and Robert ...
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Inner visions: Interiors

Beate Söntgen

Professor Beate Söntgen explores artists' historical interest in interiors

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