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Nan Goldin

The artist addressed the ‘elephant in the room’ – that London’s Serpentine gallery bears the Sackler name

By Frieze News Desk

As leading arts institutions decline donations over opioid links, the artist and activist on why the age of using culture for ‘reputation laundering’ is over

By Chris Sharratt

‘I have told them I would not do it if they take the Sackler money’

By Frieze News Desk

The US artist and her activist group P.A.I.N dropped faux-prescription slips and pill bottles, and staged a ‘die-in’

By Frieze News Desk

In further news: The Met to include Native art in American wing; Nan Goldin’s cameo on HBO’s ‘The Deuce’

Frieze London 2018 will feature exceptionally ambitious artist projects, live performances, talks and film

Laurie Anderson. Photo: EbruYildiz

At Frieze London this year's talks explore the role played by autobiography in art and society

Talks
Nan Goldin. Courtesy: Nan Goldin studio

Saturday 6 October at 4:30pm

Fernando Alvarez was arrested in June for leaving a 300-kilogramme steel artwork outside Purdue’s headquarters

In further news: photojournalism has its #MeToo moment; Nan Goldin stages anti-opioid protest at Harvard; Man Booker longlist announced

New hoodies and skateboard decks will feature images from Goldin’s 1986 The Ballad of Sexual Dependency

What Nan Goldin’s protesting of the Sacklers’s complicity in the US opioid crisis tells us about self-deification and patronage

By Rafia Zakaria
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