Often, the most interesting stories told are those that are closest to one's heart. Contemporary photographers Tina Barney, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Nan Goldin, Sally Mann and Larry Sultan have made careers out of sharing the intimacies of their daily experiences and private realities. Just as no two people keep the same diary, each of these five photographers has created highly personal, shifting, and intriguing visions of his or her life. Tina Barney reveals the complex currents that course beneath the surface of privilege with her orchestrated depictions of affluent life; Nan Goldin portrays the brutality of addiction, loss and love through unabashedly candid snapshots; Sally Mann turns her children into evolving subjects of wonder; Larry Sultan collaborates with his aging parents in a critique of the American dream; while Philip-Lorca diCorcia presents a 'storybook life' of intimate subjects and settings snapped during his thirty-year career.