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Mather’s Point, Grand Canyon Dec 2012. Photo: Lara Suarez

David Goodman is an artist and cultural producer living in New York City. A 2014 Whitney Biennial participant (Critical Practices Inc.), Goodman completed his MFA at Indiana University (Bloomington, IN ’01) and BFA at Boston University (CFA, ’99). Goodman produces assembled paintings which map history through pattern and form.  His recent past exhibitions and shows include Barely There (Jack Geary Contemporary June 2014), Flags (LaunchF18 NYC, June 2014),  Out To See (NYC May 2014), An Ambition: Habit (Miami Dec 2013) and An Ambition: Defference (Studio Vendome April 2014), AIM Biennial (Bronx Museum of Fine Arts May 2013) and his work has been exhibited at The New Museum (NYC), 21StProjects (NYC), BoxoProjects (NYC, Joshua Tree,CA), and District Foundation (Berlin). Included in the International Collage Center’s permanent collection, Goodman is a Bronx Museum AIM Fellow (2012), Post-Studio Tales residency-as-exhibition recipient (Berlin 2012), and BoxoHouse Resident (Joshua Tree, CA 2012). Cultural endeavors include redesign, editorial direction and development for BOMB Magazine’s online platforms, Artlog.com, and writing for BOMB Magazine, BlackBook Magazine, PerfectWave Magazine and various exhibition catalogues, curatorial projects (Skowheghan School of Painting and Sculpture, JUDD Foundation, and the web-series of collections In Context To Others). He actively participates in education as a Visiting Artist/Critic and Adjunct faculty (RISD, Rowan University, Pratt, SVA) and as a consultant with New York Foundation of the Arts. In 2011, Goodman partnered with Saul Ostrow and Susan Bowman to form Critical Practices Inc (CPI.org). As part of the Executive Board (Secretary) and the Director of Projects and Programs he facilitates platforms for critical discourse including presentations of artworks, publications and round-table discussions. Recently launching Public Interface; new participatory programs that engage community in contemporary issues which effect cultural production. Past PI.LTR programming includes VOLTA NY (2014), First Street Green (NYC 2014), Photoville (NYC 2014), Poznan Mediations Biennial (2014), and Site Projects (New Haven, CT, 2014)). Currently CPI is developing think-tanks for an educational initiative called Newark LAB (Fall 2015). Goodman will present new works in a solo exhibition at Jack Geary Contemporary, NYC in May 2015.