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Anthony Goicolea is a Cuban-American fine art photographer, painter, and installation artist based in New York. Operating through a diverse vernacular of artistic disciplines, his work found footing in the 1990s with a series of multiple self-portraits exploring narcissism, adolescence, and homosexuality. His photos engaged a performative gesture that referenced ritual, gender, and tradition. More recently, he has transitioned into new conceptual territories, while maintaining a consistent interest in themes of identity, cultural tradition, alienation, and displacement. Goicolea has immersed himself in a depopulated world in which elements from his ancestral homeland, Cuba, mix with the rural landscapes of the New England countryside and the Southern farms and plantations close to where he was raised in Georgia. The landscape itself reflects an anonymous and increasingly tenuous human presence. Barren forests, flooded plains, and hybridized tropical flora and fauna coexist in an uneasy union with the technological vestiges of an industrialized society.  

ANTHONY GOICOLEA (b. 1971, New York) obtained an MFA in Sculpture and Photography from the Pratt Institute of Art (1996) as well as a BFA in Drawing and Painting from the University of Georgia (1994). Goicolea has shown extensively internationally gaining notable group exhibitions in France, Germany, Switzerland, Canada, Spain, New Zealand, Korea, China, UK, Scandinavia and the USA (2000-2013). Selected recent solo exhibitions include Permanent Marker, Galeria Ron Mandos, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2013); Wandering Wild, La Galeria Particular, Paris, France (2013); Domesticated, Galeria Senda, Barcelona, Spain (2012); Pathetic Fallacy, An Exhibition of New Drawings and Photographs by Anthony Goicolea, Postmasters Gallery, New York City (2011); Home, Ron Mandos Gallery, Amsterdam (2010); Decembermay, Galerie Scheibler Mitte, Berlin (2010); Related, Houston Center for Photograph, Texas (2010). Goicolea was also been granted the Cintas Fellowship in 2006, the 2005 BMW Photo Paris Award, the Bronx Museum ‘Artist in the Market Place’ program in 1998, and the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant in 1997. Goicolea’s work has been included in private collections worldwide as well as a variety of recognized public collections including, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, the Museum of Modern Art, New Yorrk, the Guggenheim Museum of Art, New York, the Groninger Museum, The Netherlands, El Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla, Spain and the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. The artist has been the subject of four separate US publications and has been featured in ARTnews, Art in America, the New Yorker, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Sun-Times, and the Chicago Tribune, among many others.



Anthony Goicolea is a Cuban-American fine art photographer, painter, and installation artist based in New York. Operating through a diverse vernacular of artistic disciplines, his work found footing in the 1990s with a series of multiple self-portraits exploring narcissism, adolescence, and homosexuality. His photos engaged a performative gesture that referenced ritual, gender, and tradition. More recently, he has transitioned into new conceptual territories, while maintaining a consistent interest in themes of identity, cultural tradition, alienation, and displacement. Goicolea has immersed himself in a depopulated world in which elements from his ancestral homeland, Cuba, mix with the rural landscapes of the New England countryside and the Southern farms and plantations close to where he was raised in Georgia. The landscape itself reflects an anonymous and increasingly tenuous human presence. Barren forests, flooded plains, and hybridized tropical flora and fauna coexist in an uneasy union with the technological vestiges of an industrialized society.  

ANTHONY GOICOLEA (b. 1971, New York) obtained an MFA in Sculpture and Photography from the Pratt Institute of Art (1996) as well as a BFA in Drawing and Painting from the University of Georgia (1994). Goicolea has shown extensively internationally gaining notable group exhibitions in France, Germany, Switzerland, Canada, Spain, New Zealand, Korea, China, UK, Scandinavia and the USA (2000-2013). Selected recent solo exhibitions include Permanent Marker, Galeria Ron Mandos, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2013); Wandering Wild, La Galeria Particular, Paris, France (2013); Domesticated, Galeria Senda, Barcelona, Spain (2012); Pathetic Fallacy, An Exhibition of New Drawings and Photographs by Anthony Goicolea, Postmasters Gallery, New York City (2011); Home, Ron Mandos Gallery, Amsterdam (2010); Decembermay, Galerie Scheibler Mitte, Berlin (2010); Related, Houston Center for Photograph, Texas (2010). Goicolea was also been granted the Cintas Fellowship in 2006, the 2005 BMW Photo Paris Award, the Bronx Museum ‘Artist in the Market Place’ program in 1998, and the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant in 1997. Goicolea’s work has been included in private collections worldwide as well as a variety of recognized public collections including, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, the Museum of Modern Art, New Yorrk, the Guggenheim Museum of Art, New York, the Groninger Museum, The Netherlands, El Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla, Spain and the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. The artist has been the subject of four separate US publications and has been featured in ARTnews, Art in America, the New Yorker, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Sun-Times, and the Chicago Tribune, among many others.