See 400 intimate Nan Goldin autobiographical portraits of friends stripped raw in decadent dismay — the ones she promised to never photograph again — remixed with her exclusive shots from the Louvre in the “Scopophilia” slide installation making its NYC debut at the at Matthew Marks Gallery. It looks gorgeous, like it flows oh so well.

We were worried there after her wtf Jimmy Choo ads, but all is right with the world now. Goldin says, “Desire awoken by images is the project’s true starting point.” We’ve seen the reclining nudes, the bathing beauties, the stoic glances in The Ballad of Sexual Dependency and our art history books. Time to bring them together and bring them to life. “Scopophilia,” Nan Goldin, Oct 29 – Dec 23, Matthew Marks Gallery, NYC