The Neue Nationalgalerie presents Nan Goldin with the retrospective "This Will Not End Well" in the upper hall. Six rooms show her works in the form of slide shows and film projections accompanied by sound and music.
Goldin's works tell stories about love, intimacy, addiction and loss. With sometimes tender snapshots of intimacy and relationships, everyday life, wild parties and the struggle between addiction and independence, Goldin continues to shape perceptions of her time to this day. By focusing on slideshows and video installations, the exhibition goes back to the roots of Goldin's artistic practice. Goldin, who always wanted to be a filmmaker, understands the slideshows as film stills. "This Will Not End Well" is the first time that Goldin takes up her original vision of how viewers should experience her art. The exhibition is touring the following museums: Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, Pirelli Hangar Bicocca, Milan, Grand Palais, Paris.
A special exhibition of the Nationalgalerie - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin