In her latest book, Diving for Pearls, Nan Goldin presents us with almost exclusively new, unpublished work. We are invited to contemplate the sense of magic and surprising abstractness exuding from unintentional photographic mistakes made with an analogue camera, such as double and triple exposures, or clip marks on the negatives.
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