The recent wave of 80s nostalgia shows no signs of abating. In this context, Steven Kasher is showing 30 newly discovered Cibachrome photographs of one of the quintessential photographers of that decade: the late Jimmy DeSana. Ravaged by the physical and psychological afflictions of AIDS, DeSana, in the early 1980s, pushed out a heartbreaking body of work that communicates the often devastating isolation and despair that accompanied the decease. Particularly haunting is this self portrait from 1985 that uses the solitary confinement of the darkroom to create a blurry ambiguity which underscores the gradual loss of the body and the self. At Steven Kasher through February 18.