Tuesday, March 29, 2016

While you were sleeping

Stellar (Diana clone), Kodak Tri-X

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Contact leaves these traces

From the series, "Where you are."

Holga 120N and Mamiyaflex C2, Fuji Acros

Friday, March 25, 2016

Rite of Passage at San Francisco City Hall via Ziya Art

My photograph, "You know without having seen," will be included in the exhibition, Rite of Passage. This photograph is from my series, "From destruction grows a garden of the soul."


Rite of Passage, presented by Ziya Art Center, celebrates Nowruz, the Persian New Year and includes work that "reflect[s] the unique cultural, spiritual, and creative interpretations of artists who have been working directly in their natural environment or have implemented nature in their art through their creative expression."

The work will be exhibited on video projectors, screens, and monitors today only, Friday, March 25, at San Francisco City Hall, located at 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, San Francisco, CA 94102-4678. Additional work will be exhibited in Ziya's online gallery.

Rite of Passage was co-curated and juried by Arash Shirinbab and Minoosh Zomorodinia of Ziya Art Center, with the aid of assistant curators Faezeh Faezipour and Shaghayegh Shirinbab.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Website launch!

I'm delighted to announce the launch of my website, www.JMGolding.com !

I hope you'll visit often.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Square Magazine Special Issue - Holga

I'm proud that my photograph, "From darkness we find each other," is included in a special issue of Square Magazine featuring the Holga, one of my favorite cameras, which ceased production in November 2015.

Here is how Editor-in-Chief Christophe Dillinger introduced this special issue:

"To commemorate the demise of the Chinese Holga factory, here is a collection of images taken with the iconic camera, the result of a worldwide call for contribution. We are very proud of the response we got from the artists. Holga is dead, Long live Holga."

You can read the issue on Issu here, or in pdf format here. My photo is on p. 21.