. . . I have this idea that children come from another planet;
they remember that place at first then they forget it. . . .
~ Photographer Nan Goldin in Vogue
The brief video below, produced by TateShots, features a frank interview with photographer Nan Goldin, who talks about her series of photographs of children. Included are many images from Goldin's recent book Eden and After (Phaidon Press, 2013). Born in Washington, D.C., in 1953, Goldin lives and works in Paris and New York City.
My thanks to Lens Culture for the link.
Nan Goldin at Fraenkel Gallery, Guggenheim Museum, Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, Matthew Marks Gallery, Museum of Modern Art, Tate Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art
Sean O'Hagan, "Nan Goldin", The Guardian, March 22, 2014
Ella Alexander, "Nan Goldin Finds Her Eden", Vogue, March 31, 2014