We had almost forgotten about Nan Goldin, whose latest book, The Devil’s Playground, was published eleven years ago. Three decades after her seminal work, The Ballad of Sexual Dependency, was released in 1985 (and recently reissued), now comes Eden and After, which she unveiled for us on the couch of her new Brooklyn apartment.
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