I will admit a strong love for Nan Goldin and all that she did to revolutionize photography during the 1970s and 80s. Nan made her mark documenting the post punk/ post Stonewall era of NYC; she was drawn especially to the Bowery’s hard-drug subculture. Her photographs, balanced the fine line between documenting and glamorizing the drug scene at the time. Her best known collected work is The Ballad of Sexual Dependency. And now, just like Cindy Sherman before her, Nan is shooting for fashion campaigns. Everyone needs to pay the rent it seems. Nan’s images for DiorHomme are beautiful but empty; they stand in stark contrast to her life’s work.