Nan Goldin Benefit Edition
To accompany the theatrical release of All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, Nan Goldin is releasing a special limited edition print, for sale in collaboration with Marian Goodman Gallery.
Digital pigment print
5 1/2 x 5 5/8 in. (14 x 14.4 cm)
Edition of 500 plus 30 artist's proofs
$250 plus taxes and shipping
Flat rate shipping charges will be applied:
$25 for orders within the U.S.
$55 for orders outside of the U.S.
The sale will run while supplies last, with shipping scheduled 8-12 weeks after purchase. By making payment and accepting delivery of the work, you agree for a period of five years not to put this work into auction.
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*Defined as retail price less printing cost (approximately $35)