Nan Goldin - self portrait in blue dress NYC 1985 - 2020 SOLD OUT
“Proceeds from the sale of this print will benefit VOCAL-NY (Voices Of Community Activists & Leaders), P.A.I.N. (Prescription Addiction Intervention Now), and Aperture.
“P.A.I.N is my activist group fighting the Sackler family, whose pharmaceutical company, Purdue Pharma, developed and pushed OxyContin, igniting the Opioid Epidemic. We expose the Sacklers’ toxic philanthropy through direct action and court intervention, and we address the overdose crisis by advocating for Harm Reduction.
We’re proud to collaborate with VOCAL-NY, a Black-led membership organization and one of the most influential activist groups on the ground. They organize low-income New Yorkers across the state to end the drug war, homelessness, mass incarceration, and HIV/AIDS, while also providing direct services to people who use drugs. Together, we fight to end the drug war and uplift the movement for Black lives. #AllBlackLivesMatter.”
Medium: archival pigment print, accompanied by a copy of Aperture #239, "Ballads"
Size: 5 x 7 inches
Price: $ 200 SOLD OUT
This timed edition Nan Goldin print is available until June 25 at midnight EDT at Aperture
Please note: this offer is limited to three per collector
This special limited-edition print comes with issue #239 of Aperturemagazine, titled “Ballads,” which is dedicated to the enduring influence of Nan Goldin’s The Ballad of Sexual Dependency (Aperture, 1986). The issue features an exclusive interview with Goldin, as well as a section she curated dedicated to her influences across photography, film, and literature.
P.A.I.N. (Prescription Addiction Intervention Now), a group organized by Nan Goldin, is committed to holding the manufacturers of the opioid crisis responsible and speaking for the hundreds of thousands of voices that have been silenced by the epidemic.
VOCAL-NY (Voices Of Community Activists & Leaders) is a statewide grassroots membership organization that builds power among low-income people affected by HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, the drug war, homelessness, and mass incarceration in order to create healthy and just communities.