Nan Goldin

This publication, produced in collaboration with the Collection Lambert in Avignon France, provides a rare perspective on the transformation of Goldin’s work with photographs produced from 1972 to today. Drawn essentially from the Collection Lambert, a unique collection built by art dealer Yvon Lambert, this publication testifies to a privileged relationship. Mézil describes the intense artist/dealer bond that produced Goldin’s first show in Paris and encouraged her to undertake radically different work, including landscapes and still lifes, reproduced here. Éric Mézil is director of the Collection Lambert. Paulette Gagnon is senior curator at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal.

Text: Gagnon Paulette, Mézil Éric. cm 23×28; pp. 96; 60 COL; paperback. Publisher: Musée d’Art Contemporain Montreal, Montreal, 2003.

ISBN: 9782551217549| 2551217547

ID: AM-8258

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This publication, produced in collaboration with the Collection Lambert in Avignon France, provides a rare perspective on the transformation of Goldin’s work with photographs produced from 1972 to today. Drawn essentially from the Collection Lambert, a unique collection built by art dealer Yvon Lambert, this publication testifies to a privileged relationship. Mézil describes the intense artist/dealer bond that produced Goldin’s first show in Paris and encouraged her to undertake radically different work, including landscapes and still lifes, reproduced here. Éric Mézil is director of the Collection Lambert. Paulette Gagnon is senior curator at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal.

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