Complementing the brilliant exhibition of deeply moving personal photographic works by Nan Goldin at the Museum of Modern Art, Matthew Marks Gallery is presenting several of the renowned artist’s drawings. Shown for the first time, the drawings are often taken from her diary which Goldin has been keeping since childhood. At times uncanny harbingers for her emotionally charged photographs, and other times woolly daydreams, they are powerful works of art in their own right. They represent a rare glimpse into yet another layer of Goldin’s intimate and personal practice and her steadfast belief that personal healing can only begin when the darkest corner of one’s self is thoroughly aired. At Matthew Marks through December 23.