Rebekah Goldstein

Rebekah Goldstein lives and works in San Francisco. She received an MFA from California College of the Arts in 2012, and a BA from Sarah Lawrence College in 2004. Her work has been exhibited locally and nationally, including a recent solo exhibition at CULT | Aimee Friberg Exhibitions (San Francisco, CA). Goldstein has been awarded residencies at the Sam and Adele Golden Center for the Arts, the Atlantic Center for the Arts, and the Arad Arts Project. Goldstein is a charter resident at the Minnesota Street Project Studio Program (San Francisco, CA). Her work is part of the permanent collection of the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, as well private collections throughout the Bay Area.

Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

2012 MFA, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
2004 BA, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, Painting Major
2003 Academie Port-Royal Painting and Drawing Studio, Paris, France

SOLO and TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2016  Release Me, Cult/Aimee Friberg Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA
Either Way, 100% Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2015  Another Way In, Jack Geary Contemporary, New York, NY
2014  Passenger, Cult/Aimee Friberg Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA
Slip Out the Back, 50 Freemont, San Francisco, CA
2013 True Story, T*Moro Projects, Santa Clara, CA
Casual Separates, City Limits Gallery, San Francisco, CA

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2017  T*Moro Projects, Santa Clara, CA (forthcoming)
2016  Landfill/Bedrock, Guererro Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Made in Paint, The Golden Foundation, New Berlin, NY (Forthcoming)
Perhaps We Could Chat Through A Few Specifics, FIfi Projects, Mexico City, Mexico
2015 Younger than George: 12 Painters in their Twenties and Thirties, George Lawson Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Sexxxitecture, Cult/Aimee Friberg Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA
Dorothy Saxe Invitational, The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA
2014 Something Different, City Limits Gallery, Oakland, CA
Selections, The Battery, San Francisco, CA
2013 Practicing to Pretend, Alter Space Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Risk, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA Juried Exhibition with selections by Apsara DiQuinzio, curator at Berkeley Art Museum, and Kimberly Johansson, Johansson Projects
2012 Dis/Order, Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland CA, Juried exhibition with selections by Naomi Beckwith    Curator at Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Sharp Pop, Dull Break, The Wall Gallery, Oakland, CA,
MFA Exhibition, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
John Baldessari: Class Assignments (Optional), Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA
2011 Star<>Board, One night pop up show, San Francisco, CA
New Work, True Silver Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 4 Person Exhibition
Ourosbouros, The Writers Studio, California College of The Arts, San Francisco, CA
2010 Sesume Fo L’lab, Capp Street Project Magnificent Seven Group Exhibition with Paulina Oloswska, Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, San Francisco, CA
Landscapes Re-Visited, Art Explosion Studios, San Francisco, CA
New Work, City Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2009 Getting There is Half the Fun, Martin Luther King Jr. Gallery, San Jose State University, CA

AWARDS AND HONORS

2015 Sam and Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts, Artist Residency, New Berlin, NY
2014 Alice C. Cole ’42 Fellowship – Finalist
2014-12 Tournesol Award- Finalist
2012 Atlantic Center for the Arts, Artist Residency,with Master Artist Joanne Greenbaum, New  Smyrna, FL
2012 Joan Mitchell Award – Nominee
2011 New York Studio Program, AICAD Studio, Brooklyn, NY
2005 Arad Arts Project, Artist Residency Program, Negev Desert, Israel

BIBLIOGRAPHY

“Rebekah Goldstein: Studio Visit and Interview”, San Francisco Arts and Culture Channel, February 2016
New American Paintings, No. 121, Pacific Coast Issue
“Making it Up,” Catalogue essay for Another Way In, Maria Porges, January 2015
Review of ”Passenger,” Barbara Morris, Art LTD, November 2014
Review of “Passenger,” Monique Delaunay, San Francisco Art Enthusiast, October 2014
“The Lives of Fragments,” Essay accompanying True Story, Tobias Wofford, October 2013
“Practicing to Pretend,” Matthew Marchand, SFAQ, July 2013
“Casual Separates,” Matthew Marchand, Art Practical, March 2013
“Archive Project,” MFA Now, 2012

 TALKS AND LECTURES

2016   San Francisco Art Institute, Interdisciplinary Studies Seminar, San Francisco, CA
2015   San Francisco Art Institute,Senior Projects Seminar, San Francisco, CA
California College of the Arts, Real World MFA Class, San Francisco, CA
2014   California College of the Arts, MFA Color Class, San Francisco, CA
Cult Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA
50 Freemont, San Francisco, CA
The Battery, San Francisco, CA
2013  TMoro Projects, Santa Clara, CA
California College of the Arts, Dialogues and Practices MFA Class, San Francisco, CA