OCMA’s newest exhibit reflects on Jack Goldstein’s postmodern influence on American art.
Jack Goldstein X 10,000, which opened June 24 at the Orange County Museum of Art—celebrating its 50th anniversary—in Newport Beach, is the first American retrospective of Goldstein (1945-2003). Central to postmodernist discourse of the 1970s and 1980s, Goldstein’s oeuvre encompasses a breadth of media including sculpture, performance, film, photography, sound effects, paintings and even aphorisms. The show features two immersive installations, 18 records with listening stations, 20 films and 22 paintings and concludes with selected writings produced between 1982 and 2002. The exhibition will tour nationally. 850 San Clemente Drive, Newport Beach, 949.759.1122. ocma.net