In the early 20th century, a vast number of Jews fled the repression of the Russian pale to come to America.
David Goldberg uses historical family documents and his own photographic images to reflect on the immigration of his family, a community and their assimilation into American life.
As much poetry as documentary, and using such techniques as double exposures in the camera and painting on the image, Goldberg examines history through the prism of contemporary art.
To see more of David Goldberg's work, please visit DavidGoldbergImages.com.
On Display: April 4–May 10
Koch Gallery, Schultz Cultural Arts Hall Lobby
Artist Reception: Sunday, April 9, 5:30–7:00 PM