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Jim Goldberg / MATRIX 106

Bibliography & Exhibition History

Works in MATRIX:
Approximately 79 black-and-white photographs from The Nursing Home Series, 1985, sizes varying from 8 x 10" to 79 3/4 x 113".
Selected one-person exhibitions:
Nova Gallery, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, '79; O.K. Harris Gallery, NY, '81; Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, OR, '82; Friends of Photography Gallery, Carmel, CA, '84; Akron Art Museum, Ohio, '86.

Selected group exhibitions:
Santa Barbara Museum of Modern Art, CA, Attitudes: Photography in the '70s, '79 (catalogue); Concord Gallery, NY, Portraits, '83; Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan, 20th Century Photographs from The Museum of Modern Art, NY, '83 (catalogue); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA, Photography in California: 1945-1980, '84 (catalogue); The Museum of Modern Art, NY, Three Americans (Robert Adams, Joel Sternfield, Jim Goldberg), '84; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA, Extending the Parameters of 20th Century Art, '85; Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY, Lightwork Photography in the '70s and '80s, '85 (catalogue).

Selected bibliography:
Canavor, Natalie. "Shows We've Seen," Popular Photography, Oct. '80.
DePietro, Thomas. "A Touch of Two Classes," The New York Times Book Review, March 30, '86.
Goldberg, Jim. Rich and Poor (monograph) (NY: Random House, '85).
Green, Blake. "The Double Life of Jim Goldberg," San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 6, '86.
McMann, Jean. "Cultural Contexts: The Work of Ruth Morgan and Jim Goldberg," San Francisco Camerawork Quarterly, Summer, '85.
Orenstein, Peggy. "The Goldberg Variations," Esquire, Oct. '85.

MATRIX is supported in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, a Federal Agency, Mrs. Paul L. Wattis, the T. B. Walker Foundation, and the Alameda County Art Commission's County Supervisors' Art Support Program.