Farm Project 2013

Goldner’s installation, Interesting Times, is on view as part of the Farm Project 2013. Curated by Collaborative Concepts Sculptures by over 60 artists Goldner’s work is mentioned in a review of the Farm Project. Click Here Interesting Times is a series of 12 banners that present images of cultural sites in countries where there have been recent upheavals along with …

Farm Project 2011

Goldner’s installation, Wealth in Africa, is on view as part of the Farm Project 2011. Curated by Collaborative Concepts Sculptures by over 60 artists Mid-run Reception: Saturday, October 1, 1-6pm (Rain: October 2, 1-6pm) Open daily to the public. Free of charge. Dawn to dusk. From north or south on Route 9 turn east on Travis Corners Road, opposite Garrison …

INTERSTICE & EMPHASIS: Artists From The Aljira Collection

Curator: Carl E. Hazlewood Artists presenting new work: Kevin Darmanie, Janet Goldner, Grace Graupe Pillard, C. Duane Lee, Freddy Rodriguez, Fausto Sevila Artists from the Collection: Alec Soth, Will Barnett, Bob Blackburn, Carl Ostendarp, Willie Cole, Don Hazlitt, Emma Wilcox, Eikoh Hosoe “Janet Goldner spends much time in Mali. She makes free-standing steel sculptures and wall-bound installations that reference her artistic lineage going …

Global Africa Project Exhibition

The Global Africa Project featured the work over 100 artists working in Africa, Europe, Asia, the United States, and the Caribbean. The exhibition surveys the rich pool of new talent emerging from the African continent and its influence on artists around the world. The exhibition actively challenges conventional notions of a singular African aesthetic or identity, and reflects the integration …

ANTHROPOLOGY: Revisited, Reinvented, Reinterpreted

Janet Goldner’s installation, Ntlowmaw/WhY, was shown in ANTHROPOLOGY: Revisited, Reinvented, Reinterpreted. Artists explore the great cultural landscape of past and present. These artists take a look at cultures from the inside, the outside, and through the passage of time. Myth and religion are examined and turned inside out.  Janet’s small steel books were featured in Gallery 1.