Chronology

Me and My 5th Grade Self. Austin, Texas, 2013

                        

1946

Born in Boston, Massachusetts

1970

B.A. Boston University (Anthropology)

Photography workshop with Minor White at the Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Connecticut 

1971

Photography workshops with Bruce Davidson, Paul Caponigro, and Aaron Siskind at Apeiron Workshops, Millerton, New York

1972

"Contemporary Photography," Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, The University of Nebraska, Lincoln (Group exhibition)

1972-1976      

Artist-in-Residence (Apeiron Workshops, Millerton, New York)                  

1973

National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship

1975               

“Photographs of Millerton, New York, 1971-1975,” and “Photographs Circa 1890,” Aperture, 19:4, pp. 1 & 8-35

1977               

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship
 

Kansas Album, Kansas Bankers Association, pp. 76-89

1978               

Two-teacher photography workshop: “Judy Dater & Mark Goodman” (Apeiron Workshops, Millerton, New York)

"Portraits," Kenan Center, Lockport, New York (One-person exhibition)

"Gesture," M.I.T. Creative Photography Laboratory, Cambridge, Massachusetts
 (Group exhibition)

1978-1979      

"Recent Acquisitions," The Museum of Modern Art, New York (Group exhibition)

1979               

"Attitudes: Photography in the 1970's," Santa Barbara Museum of Art (Group exhibition & publication)

1980               

Julia Scully and Andy Grundberg, "Currents: American Photography Today," Modern Photography, February, pp.94ff

“The Long Island Project,” Emily Lowe Gallery, Hofstra University (Group exhibition)

"Likeness: Portrait Photographs from the Collection," Spencer Museum of Art, The University of Kansas, Lawrence (Group exhibition & publication)

“Mark Goodman Photographs,” Northlight Gallery, Arizona State University, Tempe (One-person exhibition)

Relocates to Austin, Texas

1980-81

"Mark Goodman Photographs, 1971-1980," International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House, Rochester, New York (One-person exhibition)

1981               

“American Children,” The Museum of Modern Art, New York (Group exhibition & publication)

"Mark Goodman—Oklahoma Portraits," Fred Jones, Jr. Museum of Art, The University of Oklahoma at Norman (One-person exhibition)

1982

James Kaufmann, "Works of Love: The Photographs of Mark Goodman," Exposure, Vol. 20, no. 1, (Society for Photographic Education), pp.11-14

"Contemporary Photographers IX," International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House, Rochester, New York (Group exhibition)

1983

Marianne Fulton, "Mark Goodman, Photographs 1971-1980," Northlight (School of Art, Arizona State University), volume 14, pp. 28-33

"New Works by Austin Photographers," Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, Texas (Group exhibition & publication)

1984

Barbara McCandless, “Capital Improvements: Recent Photographs by Mark Goodman,” PHOTO*LETTER (Texas Photographic Society), 5:1, spring, pp. 9-10

"Austin Seen," Austin History Center, Austin, Texas (Group exhibition)

1985

"Light Work: Photography over the 70's and 80's," Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York (Group exhibition)

"Urban Texas: A View From Main Street," Dallas Public Library, Dallas, Texas (One-person exhibition)

1986

"Capital Improvements," Austin History Center, Austin, Texas (One-person exhibition)

1987

Mothers & Daughters: That Special Quality, Aperture, p. 37

"Photographing Children," Santa Fe Center for Photography, Santa Fe, New Mexico

 (Group exhibition)

Moves from Austin into the Lost Pines Forest of Bastrop, Texas  

1997

"Lone Star: Reconsidering the Texas Landscape," CRCA Gallery, University of Texas at Arlington



 (Group exhibition)

1998

"Recent Acquisitions 1997-1998," Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (Group exhibition)

1999

"Picturing Home: Images from the American South," Woodstock (N.Y.) Center for Photography
 (Group exhibition)

"Belonging to Memory," Art Gallery, Richard Stockton College, Pomona, New Jersey

 (One-person exhibition)

A Kind of History. Millerton, New York 1971-1991, Markerbooks/Custom & Limited Editions, San Francisco, California 

2000

"A Kind of History," Tremaine Gallery, The Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Connecticut (One-person exhibition)

Vince Aletti, Village Voice Literary Supplement, April-May, p.5 (Review of A Kind of History)

2000-2001

"Open Ends: Innocence and Experience," The Museum of Modern Art, New York (Group exhibition)

2001

Vince Aletti, "Picture Perfect: The Best Photography Books of 2000," The Village Voice, February 6, p. 69

"A Kind of History," Houston Center for Photography, Houston, Texas
 (One-person exhibition)

"A Kind of History," Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, Texas (One-person exhibition)

“Belonging to Memory,” Thompson Gallery, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina

" (One-person exhibition)


James Kaufmann, Photographer's Forum, winter, p. 6 (Review of A Kind of History)

“Selected Books: Excerpts,” Aperture #163, spring, pp.75-76

2002

"Photographs from the Permanent Collection," Boston Museum of Fine Arts (Group exhibition)

“A Kind of History," Elizabeth Holden Gallery, Warren Wilson College, Swannanoa, North Carolina (One-person exhibition)

2004

"Vantage Points: Perspectives on American Art 1960-1980," Asheville Art Museum, North Carolina (Group exhibition)

Jayme Guokas, "A Kind of History," The Photo Review, volume 26, Number 3, pp. 49-50 (Review of A Kind of History)

Diana C. Stoll, Swannanoa Art Papers, July/August, pp. 38-39 (Review of A Kind of History)

2005

Belonging To Memory, (Portfolio of 10 silver prints and text, edition of 2)

Purple Heart (Pigment print book, edition of 3)

2006

Life Is A Dream, (Portfolio of 10 silver prints and text, edition of 2)

Pearls (Pigment print book, edition of 3)

"Picturing What Matters: An Offering of Photographs from the George Eastman House Collection," International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House, Rochester, New York (Group exhibition)

2007

Self-Portrait, (Set of three boxed pigment print books, edition of 5)

            (1) Looking for the Birdie

            (2) The Fragility of Euphoria

            (3) The Source of the Apeiron

Chester Eisenhuth Photographs, (Portfolio of 25 crystal archive prints with additional pigment print text and thumbnail pages, edition of 2)

"Claimed: Land Use in Western America," Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence (Group exhibition)

2008

Puye (Boxed portfolio of silver & pigment prints, vintage photographs, postcards, and a 1906 Smithsonian Institution book, Antiquities of the Jemez Plateau, New Mexico. Edition of 1)

Big Boys Dicks (Boxed pigment print book, edition of 5)

"Houston Wilderness: A Collaboration," The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (Group exhibition)

“Facebook: Images of People in Photographs from the Permanent Collection,” Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York (Group exhibition)

2009

Tryst Trace Tribe (Portfolio of 45 crystal archive prints with additional pigment print text and thumbnails pages, edition of 3)

2010

Fairview (Boxed pigment print book, edition of 3)

South Beach (Boxed pigment print book, edition of 3)

2010-2011

“True Self: The Search for Identity in Modern and Contemporary Art,” Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Minnesota (Group exhibition)

2011

Family Album, (Set of two boxed pigment print books, edition of 3)

            (1) To Trace Their Shadows

            (2) My Fictions But Her Story

Lost Pines Forest home destroyed in the Bastrop Complex Wildfire; returns to Austin

2012

“Photographs from the Permanent Collection,” Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, SUNY/New Paltz, New York (Group exhibition)

2013

Capital Improvements: Austin, Texas. Original Square Mile. 1982-1984 (Boxed pigment print book, edition of 5)

Judith Taylor, “Capital Improvements,” Aether, Issue Five, Bookshelf, pp. 40-43, online magazine (Review of Capital Improvements)

Randy Lewis, “Capital Improvements,” The End Of Austin: An exploration of urban identity in the middle of Texas, online magazine (Review of Capital Improvements)

The Gender Show, International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House, Rochester, New York (Group exhibition)

2014

Capital Improvements: 162 Proof Prints (Boxed collection of pigment proof prints used in the making of the book. Edition of 1)

2015

Michael Barnes," Downtown Austin Frozen In The Early 1980s By Photographer Mark Goodman: Intuitive Photographer Takes An Anthropological Approach To Projects," Austin American-Statesman, May 14, pp. D1&3

BIG BOYS DICK, a Blurb book

Percepciones. Hombre y Mujer en la historia de la fotografia, Fundacion Canal, Madrid, Spain (Group exhibition and catalog)

2016

OUT OF THE SMOKE AND INTO THE FLAME, a Blurb book

Parchman, Photographs and text by R. Kim Rushing, Foreword by Mark Goodman, University Press of Mississippi

CHESTER EISENHUTH, PHOTOGRAPHER. 1930S MILLERTON, NEW YORK 1950S, a Blurb book

2017

Darryl Gangloff, "A Tribute to a Millerton Photographer," Compass—Lakeville Journal & Millerton News, March 9-15

PHANTOMS. Assumption Cemetery, a Blurb book

FOREST BATHING, a Blurb book