Like Goldin’s photographs, Nan Goldin: I Remember Your Face is at once gritty, intimate, and exceptionally cool. When Massachusetts native Nan Goldin made her debut in the 1970s she was one of the first photographers to turn her camera on herself and the people closest to her. In Goldin’s case this was a “family” of bohemians — artists, club kids, drug users, and transvestites. Now, forty years later, the film follows her as she meets old friends and lovers, revealing personal stories about her life as an artist.
Event Location: Institute of Contemporary Art
100 Northern Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, 02210
$11.00 Groups of 10+ formed in advance