Why do I feel so much vitriol towards the Sackler family? Could it be that after 450,000 opioid-related deaths…
21 October 2020
Opioid Manufacturer Purdue Pharma: Justice Department Announces Global Resolution of Criminal and Civil Investigations
12 December 2019
Nan Goldin is an American photographer who has chronicled her life for art gallery-goers. Her themes include intimacy, moments from an encounter with the HIV crisis, living on the urban edge, the LGBT community, youth and love. She is called the voice of a generation.
22 November 2019
To coincide with her major exhibition “Sirens” at the Marian Goodman Gallery, Nan Goldin was welcomed by a full-house audience at the National Portrait Gallery.
2 August 2019
A filing to the Supreme Court, in the U.S. State of Arizona, has alleged that the Sackler family “siphoned” billions from the family-owned company, Purdue Pharma to deplete it in order to avoid paying claims connected to the prescription opioid painkiller OxyContin.”
17 July 2019
Musée du Louvre has removed or taped over all references to the Sackler Family in response to protests from organisations including Nan Goldin’s PAIN (Prescription Addiction Intervention Now group.
25 March 2019
The activist photographer Nan Goldin, who has staged anti-Sackler protests at leading international museums has welcomed the decision of the family and Trust to withdraw future arts funding.
Nan Goldin the photographer and anti-opioid activist, brought her campaign to the Guggenheim, New York yesterday with a Saturday night protest.
12 March 2018
The photographer Nan Goldin and a crowd of 100 demonstrators were out en masse protesting at the Egyptian temple located at the Metropolitan Museum in NY.
9 January 2018
Nan Goldin has woven a practice revolving around human crisis whether it be the 1980s AIDS epidemic or domestic abuse. Her own experiences offer a first-hand insight into many of today’s issues “Most of my community was lost to AIDS,” Goldin states in a new essay highlighting her latest cause, the current Oxycontin addiction pandemic. “I can’t stand by […]
10 January 2017
Photography and video works drawn from the collection of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C. go on display at the Whitechapel Gallery 18 January -16 April.
As part of its Spring/Summer programme of exhibitions, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) is reinstalling its second-floor contemporary galleries with three large-scale, single-work installations by contemporary artists Nan Goldin, Teiji Furuhashi and Tony Oursler. Presented in distinct galleries, the featured works on view are Nan Goldin’s The Ballad of Sexual Dependency(1979-2004), Furuhashi’s Lovers (1994) and Oursler’s Imponderable (2015–16). Immersive in their construction and generous in […]