Résumé

Paul Cary Goldberg 3 Woodward Avenue Gloucester, MA 01930 USA
978.821.9920  pcg@paulcarygoldberg.com
www.paulcarygoldberg.com

Solo Exhibitions
2015 Gallery 1401, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
2014 John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, CUNY, New York City, NY
Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA
2011 Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA
Cell Signaling, Danvers, MA
2010 White-Ellery House Cape Ann Museum, Gloucester, MA
2008 Shalom Towers Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
Helen Bumpus Gallery, Duxbury, MA
Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA
2007 Harrison Gallery, Williamstown, MA
2006 Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA
WGBH Corporate Headquarters, Boston, MA
Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center, Gloucester, MA
Gloucester Marne Railways, Gloucester, MA
2005 Cape Ann Historical Museum, Gloucester, MA.
2004 Southern Light Gallery, Amarillo, TX.
2003 The Print Center, Philadelphia, PA.
Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
2002 The School House Center, Provincetown, MA.
2001 Smithtown Township Arts Council, St. James, NY
2001 Girrafics Gallery, East Hampton, NY.
2000 Boston University, Sherman Gallery, Boston MA.

Selected Group Exhibitions
2015 Heart of Cape Ann, Flatrocks Gallery, Gloucester, MA
2013 Driven, Flatrocks Gallery, Gloucester, MA
2012 Law and Water Gallery, Gloucester, Massachusetts
New England Biolabs, Ipswich, MassachusettsJane Deering Gallery, Santa Barbara, California
2010 Italian Cultural Integration: Fact or Fiction, Centre for Contemporary Studies, Florence, Italy
2008 CA2 UK: Cape Ann, California, United Kingdom, Jane Deering Gallery, Annisquam, MA
2007 Other Visions + Other Strategies, Jane Deering Gallery, Montecito, CA.
New England Photographers Biennial, Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA, juried by Karen Haas and Arlette Kayafas.
2006 Fine Choices, Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA.
2005 New Possibilities, New Works, Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA
New Possibilities, New Works, Harrison Gallery, Williamstown, MA
Photographers7, Jane Deering Gallery, Annisquam, MA
2004 Ocean View, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA, curated by Katherine French.
International Fine Art Photographic Exhibition, Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art, Ft. Collins, CO, juried by Mary Virginia Swanson.
Recent Choices, Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA.
2003 International Juried Exhibition, Peninsula Open Studios, San Francisco, CA, juried by Marian Parmenter.
Dimensions 2003, Associated Artists of Winston-Salem, NC, juried by Stephen Phillips.
Photography Now 2003, Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY, juried by Therese Mulligan.
Both Sides of the Cut: Six Photographers from Cape Ann, Gordon College, Wenham, MA, Bruce Herman, curator.
2002 Photo National 2002, Lancaster Museum of Art, Lancaster, PA, juried by Therese Mulligan and Jeanne Verhulst.
2002 PRC Members’ Exhibition, Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA, juried by Diana Gaston.
76th Annual International Competition, The Print Center, Philadelphia, PA, juried by Anne Havinga.
2001 The Photo Review 17th Annual Photography Competition, juried by Kathy Ryan.
Spectra ‘01, Third National Photography Biennial, Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT, juried by Marianne Brunson Frisch.
Current Works 2001, Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City, MO, juried by Steven Yates.
2001 PRC Members’ Exhibition, Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA, juried by Deborah Kao.
82nd Scottish Salon of Photography 2001, Scottish Photographic Federation, Low Parks Museum, Hamilton, Scotland, juried by Peter Rees, Jack Paul and Jack Rose.
2001 National Art Competition, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, MA, juried by Rachel Rosenfield Lafo.
17th Annual New Mexico Photographer Magazine National Art Exhibition, Runnels Gallery, Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM, juried by Louis Grachos.
32nd Annual National Juried Exhibition, Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, CA, juried by Ann Philbin.
22nd Annual Juried Photography Exhibition, Smithtown Township Arts Council, St. James, NY, juried by Barbara Head Millstein.
2000 2000 National Photography Competition, Soho Photo Gallery, New York, NY, juried by Barbara Head Millstein.
Photoworks 2000, Erector Square Gallery, New Haven, CT, juried by Barbara Head Millstein.
New England/New Talent, Fitchburg Art Museum Fifth Biennial Exhibition, Fitchburg, MA, curated by Marianne W. Menger, juried by Huntley Eikenberg, Louis Newman and Don Nice.

Collections:

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA
DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Danforth Art Museum, Framingham, MA
Cape Ann Museum, Gloucester, MA
Boston Public Library, Boston, MA
Mellon Bank, Pittsburgh, PA
Fidelity Investments, Boston, MA
Fiduciary Trust, Boston, MA
Eaton Vance, Boston, MA

Awards and Honors:

2004 Photography Quarterly, Photography Now 2004 Call for Entries, Paul Kopeikin, juror.
2003 Best Photography, Members Juried Exhibition, Concord Art Association, Judy Ann Goldman, juror.
Honorable Mention, Ironstone Vineyards 2003 Spring Obsession Juried Art Exhibition.
2002 The Print Center Selection Award, 76th Annual International Competition: Photography, The Print Center, Jacqueline van Rhyn, juror.
2001 Jurors Award, Francis N. Roddy Memorial Exhibition, Concord Art Association, Ellen Miller, co-owner, Miller Block Gallery, juror.
Award for Excellence, 4th Annual Photography Show, Newburyport Art Association, Barbara Krakow, Owner, Krakow Gallery, juror.
Honourable Mention, 82nd Scottish Salon of Photography 2001, Scottish Photographic Federation, Peter Rees, Jack Paul and Jack Rose, jurors.
First Prize, 2001 Georgetown International Fine Arts Juried Competition, John Winslow, Professor of Art, The Catholic University of America, juror.
Best of Show; Award of Excellence, 22nd Annual Juried Photography Exhibition, Smithtown Township Arts Council: Barbara Head Millstein, Curator of Photographs, Brooklyn Museum of Art, juror.
Juror’s Commendation, Winter Juried Show, Duxbury Art Association: Karen Haas, Prints and Drawings Research Fellow, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
2000 First Prize, New England Open Photography and Sculpture Show, Cambridge Art Association: Stephen Jareckie and Joseph Wheelright, jurors.
Honorable Mention, National Prize Show, Cambridge Art Association: Carl Belz, Director Emeritus, Rose Art Museum, Juror.
Overall Artistic Excellence, A Sense of Place, Custom House Maritime Museum: Robert Scott Jackson and Chris Enos, jurors.
1999 Best Photography of Show, 2nd Regional Juried Show, Newburyport Art Association: Michael Culver, Curator and Associate Director of the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, juror.
Best Digital Print, Newburyport Art Association 3rd Annual Juried Photography Show: Stephen Frank, Asst. Professor of Art, Boston University, juror.
National Grand Bank Award, Marblehead Arts Association Open Juried Art Exhibit: Karen Haas, Curator, Boston University ArtGallery; Jeffrey Keough, Director of Exhibitions, Massachusetts College of Art; Barbara O’Brien,Gallery Director, Montserrat College of Art, jurors.

Grants:

Massachusetts Cultural Council Arts Grant (Gloucester LCC) 2007
Partner With an Artist Grant, Society for the Encouragement of the Arts and the Massachusetts Cultural Council, 2006
Massachusetts Cultural Council Arts Grant (Gloucester LCC) 2003
Somerville Arts Council, Somerville, MA 2001

Teaching:

2011 Sharpening Your Eye: A Master Class in Photography Gloucester, MA
Visiting Instructor, Alternative Processes, Florence University of the Arts, Florence, Italy

Bibliography (*Reviews):

Ambassador Magazine, Portrait of a Sicilian cafe in America, Spring 2015
Shutterbug, On the Farm: Paul Cary Goldberg turns his passion for food into a project documenting the American Farmer, December 2014
La Voce di New York, “Tutta la famiglia: una mostra racconta i siciliani del Massachusetts,” October 2014
Boston Globe, Mark Feeney, “Portraits with personality – and still lives with it, too”, September 2014
Bostoniano, “Caffe Sicilia – Photographing an Italian Caffe in Gloucester”, July 2012
Art Throb, “Capturing Caffe Life”,  March 2011
DivaExhibition 2010, Florence Association for International Education
Northshore Life, Kristin D’Aostino, “Talking Pictures”, Fall 2009
Rangefinder,September 2008, “A New England Artist”
Gastronomica, Autumn, 2006
*Artscope, Britt Beedenbender,”Fine Choices, 2006,” July, 2006
*Boston Globe, Cate McQuaid, “Gallery Pick,” May 2006
*Boston Globe, Christine Temin, “With exquisite care they capture fading beauties,” May, 2005
Photography Quarterly, Photography Now 2004, Paul Kopeikin, Center for Photography at Woodstock,
*Amarillo Globe-News, Chip Chandler, “The World is a New Studio for Still-Life Artist Goldberg,” August 2004
*The Philadelphia Inquirer, Edward J. Sozanski, “Real scenes are surreally seen,” Januray 2004
*Art New England, Mary Bucci McCoy, “Both Sides of the Cut: Six Cape Ann Photographers,” June 2003
Boston Sunday Globe, Wendy Killeen, North Region Section, February, 2003.
The Floating City, Pamela Ball, Cover Photograph, Published by Penguin Putnam Inc., Aug. 2003
North Shore Sunday, Dinah Cardin, “Night Stalker: A Gloucester Photographer Takes to the Docks…,” Jan. 2003
Chronogram Magazine, Cover Photograph, Jan. 2003
ARTcetera 2002
in the loupe, Photographic Resource Center, July/August 2002
* Lancaster New Era, Jane Holman, “Reflections & Riddles,” August 2002
* Philadelphia City Paper, Robin Rice, “Lens Crafters,” April, 2002
76th Annual International Competition: Phoptography Catalogue, Anne Havinga, The Print Center, March 2002
* The New York Times, William Zimmer, “Photos, and More, at a Biennial Event,” October 2001
* The New York Times, Helen A. Harrison, “Winners 2001,” September 2001
The Photo Review, Summer 2001
* The New York Times, Phyllis Braff, “Photography Annual,” February 2001
Gloucester Daily Times, Mort Kaplan, “Goldberg takes new road with photography,” November 2000
Bostonia, Alumni Quarterly of Boston University, Fall 2000
Digital Fine Art Magazine, Marie Maber, “The Iris Effect,” Fall 2000
* Boston Globe, Cate McQuaid, “Belz curates strong show,” May 2000
* Art New England, Joan E. McCarthy, “Fitchburg Art,” June/July 2000
The Cambridge Art Association, National Prize Show Catalog, May 2000
* Sentinel & Enterprise, Andrienne Clark, “New talent spotlighted in Fitchburg exhibit,” March 2000
* The Montachusett, Eve Rifkah, “Fitchburg exhibit is contemporary dance of detail,” March 2000
* Boston Globe, Cate McQuaid, “New England’s new talent in Fitchburg,” Feb. 2000
New England/New Talent Catalog, Marianne Menger, Fitchburg Art Museum, Winter 2000