Brooklyn-based artist Charles Goldman makes work that extends sculpture into painting, installation, performance, drawing, sound, photography and architecture. Recent exhibitions have taken place at Birch Contemporary in Toronto, Canada, the University Museum of Contemporary Art at UMass, Amherst, Songs for Presidents in Brooklyn, NY and 1285 Avenue of the Americas in New York. His work has been exhibited in venues including the Museum of Art and Design, NYC; Peter Blum Gallery, NYC; Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria; Carpenter Center for Visual Arts, Cambridge, MA; Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD; Artists Space, NYC; The Philip Feldman Gallery, Portland, OR; The Drawing Center, NYC; SculptureCenter, NYC, and the Birch Libralato Gallery, Toronto, Ontario. Goldman has executed public projects for international institutions including Art Caucuses, Tbilisi, Georgia; Brooklyn Academy of Music, NY; Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, Oregon; Toronto Sculpture Garden, Ontario, and the World Financial Center / Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, NY. He has participated in numerous residency programs, such as Civitella Ranieri, Art Omi and The MacDowell Colony. In 2011, Goldman was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Fine Arts. He is the founder and director of GRIDSPACE in Brooklyn, NY, an artist-run project space. RE>CRETE>, a green building material of his own design, has recently been accepted into the Materials Connexion library. His work in included in public and private collections including the Museum of Modern Art, NY and the Berkeley Art Museum, among others.