Photographic artist, teacher and consultant, Stanley Goldberg, lives and works in New York City. It was his Uncle Babe who, by gifting him a camera at the age of 13, launched a life-long engagement with the camera. Mr. Goldberg went on to receive a major part of his education with the photographic master Minor White. “silently, a bloom…” was the 2016 exhibition of his work at Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, and currently in circulation as a short documentary film by Richard Daniels. In 2012, the Epsten Gallery presented Goldberg’s exhibition “Fragile Moments,” which was acquired by the Center for Healing Arts at the Truman Medical Center, KC, MO. Mr. Goldberg has taught Film Design at the Rhode Island School of Design and directed the Leonardo Institute of New Media in Cologne, Germany. In addition to having his work among many private collections, he has also created works for major museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Boston Museum of Fine Art, and The Bishop Museum of Honolulu, Hawaii. Mr. Goldberg also possesses Broadway credits, known as a pioneer of projected scenic design for the musicals “The Me Nobody Knows,” and “Over Here, with the Andrews Sisters.” In addition, Mr. Goldberg is the author of the award-winning children’s book, “The Adventures of Stanley Kane.” The Epsten Gallery will present his exhibition of "Carscapes" in 2017.