Gilles Dusein and Gotscho (by Nan Goldin, 1992-93)

Nan Goldin, escribió: “Mi arte era el diario de mi vida. He fotografiado a la gente a mi alrededor. No pensaba en ellos como personas con SIDA. Sobre el año 85 me di cuenta de que muchas de las personas a mi alrededor eran seropositivos”.

Nan Goldin tomó esta serie de fotografías de Gilles Dusein y Gotscho, amantes que vivieron en Francia entre 1992 y 1993. Las fotografías son la crónica de muchas cosas importantes, desde fotografías casuales de la pareja queriéndose, en un estado de salud relativamente bueno, con expresiones del conocimiento de su inminente crisis de salud, hasta Gotscho besando a Gilles después de su muerte como consecuencia del virus del SIDA.

Gracias a Nan, Gilles, y Gotscho por su valentía al compartir el amor que vieron en el otro.

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Nan Goldin wrote: “My art was the diary of my life. I photographed the people around me. I didn’t think of them as people with AIDS. About ’85, I realized that many of the people around me were positive.”

Nan Goldin took this series of photographs of Gilles Dusein and Gotscho, lovers who lived in France in 1992 and 1993. The photographs chronicle many important things, from casual pictures of the caring couple in relatively good health with knowing expressions of their imminent health crisis, to Gotscho kissing Gilles after he passed away from consequences of the AIDS virus.

Thank you to Nan, Gilles, and Gotscho for their bravery in sharing the love they saw in each other.

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