David Goldstein: PAINTINGS

Goldstein, painting, 2013


Abstract and minimalist paintings. 

On view May 10-23 / Opening May 13, 2013 6-8PM

David Goldstein (b.1967) is a New York artist who is interested in furthering the possibilities of abstract painting, especially as it relates to Minimalism and other simplified, geometric painting since the early twentieth century. His paintings are made with a limited palette of black, white, gray and a bit of chartreuse, as he combines non-objective and symbol-like images that at once present a variety of concepts, including light, the container, and the window, while leaving plenty of room for the perceptual involvement of the viewer.

David Goldstein studied at The School of Visual Arts (BFA 1989) and Long Island University (MFA 1993) and has been exhibiting his work since then. Many examples of his work are included in private, public and corporate collections, most notably The National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian,The Kramarsky Drawings Collection, New York, The Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina and The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock.

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