Nan Goldin's new exhibit at Matthew Marks combines close-up photographs she took of masterpieces in the Louvre, juxtaposed with photographs of family, friends and lovers.
From the Matthew Marks website:
Organized around themes of love and desire, Scopophilia, which means "the love of looking," reflects on Goldin's intensely personal photographs, as well as the unique permission given to the artist to photograph freely throughout the Louvre Museum.
The exhibit runs through June 22. Check the link above for more information. The gallery is closed on Sunday and Mondays.