If you ask me to sum up in one word my feelings about Nathaniel Goldberg’s photography, the word “délicatesse” comes first. Subtle, radiant, peaceful: the images created by Goldberg through twenty-five years of a rich and productive career allow us to see a world in which the attention to the beauty of the things goes with a sensitive respect for it. Nathaniel Goldberg is a man one could call a “great soul”. Logically, his work testifies of a true humanism, particularly rare and precious in an art world often marked by the egocentrism of many artists. Goldberg knows how to...
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