Invited by Patrice Chéreau to produce work on the theme, “Faces and Bodies,” the American photographer Nan Goldin created her first series in six years by pairing her own photographs with photographs of celebrated paintings and sculptures from the Louvre. The Matthew Marks Gallery in New York is exhibiting the series through December 23.
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