Jim Goldberg
American photographer
Jim Goldberg
Jim Goldberg is an American photographer and writer whose work reflects long-term, in-depth collaborations with neglected, ignored, or otherwise outside-the-mainstream populations.
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SPECIAL EVENT: City Newspaper's 2012 Cultural Crawl
City Newspaper - almost 5 years
Presented by VisitRochester Join the event on FACEBOOK for updates as soon as we get them. For a PDF version of the official Cultural Crawl Guide, published in the April 18 issue of City, CLICK HERE. Get out and take in Rochester's arts and cultural scene in ONE DAY! On Saturday, April 21, 10a.m.-7 p.m. dozens of the biggest and brightest organizations in Rochester's art, dance, music, theater, comedy, literary, film, and family-entertainment scenes will be offering FREE or low-cost events. This is an opportunity to get a taste of the immense arts and cultural opportunities that exist in Rochester, NY. Participating groups include: Anderson Alley Artists: FREE open studios and art demonstrations by select Anderson Alley artists. (NOTA, 3-5 p.m.) Arts & Cultural Council of Greater Rochester: FREE admission to the gallery, currently showing "Brian O'Neill: The Bridge Between Two Worlds." (NOTA, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.) Axom Gallery: FREE admission to the gallery, featuring th ...
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Diverse modern-world views on exhibit at SFMOMA's 'Face of Our Time' - San Francisco Examiner
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Documentary photography: “Girl in Pink Dress, Senegal,” by Jim Goldberg is one of many moving images in the “Face of Our Time,” which is on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art through Oct. 16. (Courtesy photo) While “The Steins Collect” has
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Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco zeigt als Start in die Herbstsaison die ... - GoSee - PR Office for Photography & Film
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... Autobahn-Aussichtspunkte oder bizarre Filmsets. Gezeigt werden Arbeiten von Mike Brodie, Jim Goldberg, Todd Hido, Justine Kurland, Melanie Pullen, Doug Rickard, Paul Schiek, Alec Soth, Larry Sultan und Catherine Wagner
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New season: Bay Area art galleries Fine Arts - Bay Area Reporter
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In the current show, Here, you'll find over 700 images produced by 34 photographers (many but not all from the Bay Area) such as Larry Sultan, Todd Hido, Lee Friedlander, Diane Arbus, Jim Goldberg, Edward Weston and Dorothea Lange,
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Al Parco di Pordenone Il fotografo fotografato - Inside Art
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Dopo aver mostrato, per la prima volta in Italia, le fotografie di Jim Goldberg dedica ora le sue sette sale a “Il fotografo fotografato”, un'indagine artistica su chi si nasconde dietro la macchina fotografica, proponendo il suo volto,
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State Capitol briefs - August 22, 2011 - WWLP 22News
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... so we are especially proud to build a solar facility that will provide long-lasting local, state and regional benefits through its production of clean, renewable energy,” said Jim Goldberg, a principal of Cathartes, in a statement
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Hundreds of varied views of Bay Area at Pier 24 - San Francisco Examiner
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Selections from Jim Goldberg's “Raised by Wolves” series depicting the harsh lives of runaway teenagers in San Francisco in the 1990s offers a dark contrast to Misrach's photos of street youth from a generation before. At the heart of the show is a
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Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2011 - Prophoto GmbH (Pressemitteilung)
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April in London an Jim Goldberg für seine Ausstellung „Open See“ in der Photographers' Gallery vergeben. Der Deutsche Börse Photography Prize zeichnet jährlich einen zeitgenössischen Fotokünstler aus, der im vorangegangenen Jahr mit einer Ausstellung
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[VIDEO] The Secret Life of Robyn - ArjanWrites.com
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Robyn recently worked with American documentary filmmaker and photographer Jim Goldberg on a very special video project to immerse viewers in her inner world of pop and performance. He created a collage of Super 8 film that was shot at Bonnaroo in June
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Heroes & Mentors: Jim Goldberg & Todd Hido On Larry Sultan - Photo District News
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Jim Goldberg is known for artworks that combine images and texts, which are often handwritten by his subjects. Goldberg has won three NEA grants, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and was the 2011 recipient of the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize
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Ireland Bicylcing Vacations Announced - San Francisco Bay Area Today (press release)
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“Learning about local history and culture enhances any travel experience, and Ireland especially lends itself to that,” says Easy Rider director Jim Goldberg. Ireland's contemporary history is easy to relate to, from the potato famine of 1845 to Queen
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旧金山现代艺术博物馆将举办摄影群展“面对我们的时代”(组图) - 搜狐
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今年7月2日到10月16日,旧金山现代艺术博物馆将举办一个由五位摄影师组成的群展“面对我们的时代”,这五位摄影师用照相机捕捉着我们这个世界的样子。这五位摄影师分别是:Jim Goldberg, Daniel Schwartz,Zanele
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Ireland Gets the Green Light for a First-Time European Cycling Vacation - Benzinga
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“Learning about local history and culture enhances any travel experience, and Ireland especially lends itself to that,” says Easy Rider director Jim Goldberg. Ireland's contemporary history is easy to relate to, from the potato famine of 1845 to Queen
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Vanessa Winship wins Henri Cartier-Bresson Award - British Journal of Photography
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Previous recipients include Chris Killip, Josef Koudelka, Larry Towell, Fazal Sheikh, Jim Goldberg and David Goldblatt. Winship is the first woman photographer to win the award. The award comes after Winship won numerous prizes in the past two years
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Album of the years: can photo albums survive the digital age? - The Guardian
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... historians and anthropologists as well as celebrity photographer Phil Stearn, musicologist Alan Lomax, Nazi propagandist Leni Riefenstahl, and several other well-known image makers such as Walker Evans, W Eugene Smith and Jim Goldberg
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Easy Rider Tours Offers Big Savings on Fall Bike Vacations for Savvy Cyclists - San Francisco Chronicle (press release)
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"There's nothing like biking in the fall," says Easy Rider president Jim Goldberg, "when the air is fresh, the colors are changing, and the autumn harvest is coming in. Whether in Europe or North America, a bike vacation is a memorable and rewarding
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Cub Scouts team up to provide care packages to troops - TheDay.com
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This year the pack was assisted in providing for over 50 service men and women by Mr. Jim Goldberg of Deep River Snacks, who provided hundreds of bags of chips, as well as Mr. Jeff Von Flatern of UPS of Guilford/Clinton who provided boxes and shipping
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jim Goldberg
    FIFTIES
  • 2009
    Age 56
    Part of the series came to be known as "Open See", and Goldberg's book of that title was published in 2009 by Steidl.
    More Details Hide Details Goldberg was a Professor of Photography and Fine Arts at the California College of the Arts from 1987-2014 and has been a full member of the Magnum Photos agency since 2006. He lives and works in the Bay Area. His fashion, editorial and advertising work has appeared in numerous publications including W, Details, Flaunt, The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Rebel, GQ, The New Yorker and Dazed and Confused. Goldberg studied at San Francisco Art Institute with Larry Sultan, a conceptually oriented photographer. Goldberg's work is held in the following public and private collections:
  • 2007
    Age 54
    Selected photographs from a series by Goldberg called "The New Europeans," concerning refugees, immigrants, and trafficked people, were first exhibited in San Francisco in 2007.
    More Details Hide Details One review stated that the photographs may leave the viewer "paralyzed by uncertainty about what might alleviate the injustices" depicted.
  • FORTIES
  • 1995
    Age 42
    A major mixed media exhibition by Goldberg concerning homeless children in California entitled Raised by Wolves began traveling in 1995 and was accompanied by a book of the same title.
    More Details Hide Details A review of the exhibition at the Corcoran Gallery of Art noted that Goldberg made reference to other artists and photographers; used photographs, videos, objects, and texts to convey meaning; and "let his viewers feel, in some corner of their psyches, the lure of abject lowliness, the siren call of pain." Although the accompanying book received one mixed review shortly after publication, it was described as "a heartbreaking novel with pictures", and in The Photobook: A History, Martin Parr and Gerry Badger praised it as "complex and thoughtful." A 1999 mixed media installation at the San Francisco Arts Commission gallery entitled "57/78/97" explored race relations in the United States, including the Little Rock Crisis of 1957, the 1978 Regents of the University of California v. Bakke decision, and the year following the passage of California Proposition 209 (1996) concerning affirmative action.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1988
    Age 35
    The photographs in a 1988 exhibition of Goldberg's The Nursing Home Series were accompanied by handwritten text by the nursing home residents who were the subjects of the photographs.
    More Details Hide Details A review of a 1990 exhibition Shooting Back: Photography by and About the Homeless at the Washington Project for the Arts characterized the exhibition as "Issue Art" and characterized Goldberg as "a superior Issue Artist because he's a superior artist."
  • 1985
    Age 32
    His 1985 book Rich and Poor, re-released by Steidl in an expanded edition in 2014, includes photographs of people in their homes along with handwritten comments by them about their lives.
    More Details Hide Details For example, the handwriting under the photograph reproduced on the front cover reads "I keep thinking where we went wrong. We have no one to talk to now, however, I will not allow this loneliness to destroy me,— I STILL HAVE MY DREAMS. I would like an elegant home, a loving husband and the wealth I am used to. Countess Vivianna de Bronville." Although the book received one mixed review shortly after publication, other reviews were positive, and it was later selected as one of the greatest photobooks of the 20th century.
  • 1984
    Age 31
    Goldberg's work was featured with that of Robert Adams and Joel Sternfeld in a 1984 exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art entitled "Three Americans"; the exhibition was described as "a show of politically charged and socially conscious images."
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1953
    Age 0
    Born in 1953.
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