Untitled 1984 Spray enamel and acrylic on paper 60 by 40 in. 152.4 by 101.6 cm.
Untitled 1983 Acrylic on canvas 96 by 120 in. 243.8 by 304.8 cm.
Untitled 1983 Acrylic on canvas 96 by 132 in. 243.8 by 335.3 cm.
Untitled 1988 Acrylic and spray enamel on canvas 48 by 96 by 6 1/4 in. 121.9 by 243.8 by 15.9 cm.
Untitled (#37) 1981 Acrylic on masonite Triptych, each: 30 by 36 in. 76.2 by 91.4 cm.
Untitled (#26) 1988 Acrylic on canvas 84 by 108 by 6 1/2 in.
Untitled 1984 Spray enamel and acrylic on paper 31 3/8 by 47 1/4 in. 79.7 by 120 cm.
Installation Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Chelsea 2008
Installation Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Chelsea 2008
Installation Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Chelsea 2008
Installation Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Chelsea 2008

Press Release

Jack Goldstein Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Chelsea May 29 – August 1, 2008 MAY 8, 2008: NEW YORK: Mitchell-Innes & Nash announces an exhibition of paintings by Jack Goldstein in the Chelsea gallery from May 29 - August 1. The eight works in the show will include several large-scale canvases, works on paper, and an important early triptych, all from the 1980s. These meticulously executed, highly polished paintings depict spectacular events such as war scenes, lightning storms, and volcanoes, blurring the line between natural and man-made disasters. Jack Goldstein (1945-2003) is among the most influential postmodern artists of the 1970s and 80s and is widely recognized for his pioneering work in sound, film, and painting. Goldstein first came to prominence in Douglas Crimp's "Pictures" exhibition at Artists Space in 1977 alongside Robert Longo and Sherrie Levine. That exhibition and its accompanying essay heralded a new generation of artists deeply engaged with popular culture and the appropriation of mass media images. Goldstein's work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world, most recently in the 2004 Whitney Biennial; "Super Vision" at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 2006; and "Los Angeles (1955-1985)" at the Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2006. Listing Information: Mitchell-Innes & Nash Chelsea 534 West 26th Street T: (212) 744-7400 www.miandn.com Gallery Hours: Tues-Sat, 10am – 6pm Upcoming Exhibitions: September in Chelsea: Martha Rosler October in Chelsea: Axel Geis Press Inquiries: Stacy Bolton Communications (212) 721-5350 emily@StacyBolton.com