Nan Goldin's intimate snapshots pack one hell of an emotional wallop. Like Larry Clark at his most legendary, Goldin doesn't flinch — not even when a man's fist is aimed at her eye. To know Goldin intimately is to play a subject in the documentary of her life, which, in turn, becomes our life: a mirror reflecting the horrors, the pleasures and... More >>>
Courtesy of Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
In Nan and Brian in Bed, the photographer wears an expression of quiet desperation.