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Joe Goldman is exhibiting as one of seventeen self-taught and disabled artists chosen who, despite being skilled artists, are yet to receive the recognition they rightly deserve within contemporary arts.

Carl Freedman, a gallery in Margate, presents Jennifer Lauren Gallery, showcasing seventeen international, distinct contemporary practices, revealing a diverse collection of art forms including drawing, painting, ceramics, embroidery and found object sculptures. The exhibition is open till 3 April 2022.

Joe uses a variety of drawing and painting materials to create dynamic pieces distinguished by his assertive mark-making, which reflects his focussed energy. Joe’s defined process of layering marks simultaneously on different pieces and he continues to develop his printmaking through an exploration of ink and different tools.

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In February Artist Facilitator Mark Daniels joined Jennifer Gilbert online to talk about Joe Goldman’s practise at Project Art Works. You can watch the talk here.

Artist Talk about Joe Goldman, Éric Derochette and Dan Miller, 2022 from Jennifer gilbert on Vimeo.

From January 30, 2022
to April 3, 2022

Location: 28 Union Crescent, Margate, Kent, CT9 1NS

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