The latest issue of Camera hit newsstands in late May. Issue No. 6 is devoted to the photography of intimacy, presenting the work of three photographers from three different eras. It begins with a long portrait of Nan Goldin featuring a selection of photographs from her most recent book, Eden and After, followed by Emmet Gowin, whose retrospective at the Fondation Cartier Bresson in Paris is a must-see, and ends with a new series by Margot Wallard, a French photographer whose work is almost unknown to the general public.
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