HUDSON — Pamela Salisbury Gallery is proud to present Brenda Goodman: Travelin’ Down That Painted Road. This will be the artist’s first solo show with the Gallery. The exhibition of recent paintings and works on paper is accompanied by a 40-page, full color catalogue with an essay by Matt Phillips, who writes,
Brenda Goodman (b. 1943, Detroit, MI) attended the College of Creative Studies, where she earned her BFA; the college also awarded her an honorary Doctorate of Arts in 2017. Living in the 1960s in Detroit, Goodman was a member of the famed Cass Corridor Movement. In 1976 she moved to New York City and was included in the Whitney Biennial in 1979. Since the 1970s, she’s had forty solo exhibitions. In 2015, a fifty-year retrospective of Goodman’s work was presented at the Center for Creative Studies and at Paul Kotula Projects. That same year, her work was included in the American
Academy of Arts and Letters annual invitational, where she received the Award in Art. In 2019 she was inducted into the National Academy of Design. Goodman’s work is included in the public collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; the Santa Barbara Museum of Art; the Detroit Institute of Arts; and the Agnes Gund Collection. She has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York
Foundation for the Arts. She is represented by Sikkema Jenkins & Co. in New York.