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Jim Goldberg Edit Profile

educator , photographer

Jim Goldberg, American Photographer, educator. Recipient Highland award, 1994; grantee Glen Eagles Foundation, Roberts Foundation M C.

Background

Goldberg, Jim was born on June 3, 1953 in New Haven.

Education

Bachelor, Fairhaven College, 1975;Master of Fine Arts in Photography, San Francisco The Art Institute of Chicago, 1979.

Career

Assistant professor, U. Massachusetts, Boston, 1984-1985;visiting instructor, University of California, San Francisco, 1988-1990;visiting instructor, California College Arts and Crafts, Oakland, 1989, 91-92;visiting instructor, San Francisco The Art Institute of Chicago, since 1994;freelance photographer.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-man shows Washington Project for Arts, 1988, 90, University Texas Health Science Center, Houston, 1989, Capp Street Project, 1989, Creative Time, New York City, 1990, Art in General, New York City, 1991, Corcoran Gallery Art and Addison Gallery American Art, Washington, since 1995, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, 1988, National Museum American Art, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, 1988, Laurence Miller Gallery, New York City, 1988-1989, IV Fotobienal-90, Vigo, Spaing, 1990, Barbican Art Gallery, London, 1994, also others. Exhibited in group shows San Francisco Museum Modern Art, 1979, 82-83, 84, Seattle Art Museum, 1984. Represented in permanent collections Akron (Ohio) Art Museum, Baltimore Museum Modern Art, Boston Museum Fine Arts, Addison Gallery American Art, Andover, Massachusetts, High Museum Art, Atlanta, Library.

      Congress, Washington, Museum Modern Art, New York City, San Francisco Museum Modern Art. Commissions include Neville Manor Nursing Home, Cambridge (Massachusetts) Art Council, Market Street Art-in-Transit, San Francisco, San Francisco Arts Commission, 1992. Work representative in various publications.