There’s no one quite like Nan Goldin | Art and design | guardian.co.uk

Nan Goldin‘s photographic work The Ballad of Sexual Dependency is a slideshow taking in pictures from 1983 to the present day. It’s different every time the photographer exhibits it, and on Saturday night it was given what is surely one of its most dramatic settings to date, the Tate’s massive Turbine Hall. The pictures of junkies, drag queens, and the sleazy New York demi-monde of the past were projected onto a massive screen in the centre of the hall, and given a musical accompaniment.

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