PRESS LISTINGS

TELEVISION, VIDEO AND RADIO

2022

Techspressionism on NPR – “ARTalk: Colin Goldberg”, hosted by Gianna Volpe on WLIW. April 19, 2022.

The Niftorious Show, “Colin Goldberg – The Origin of Techspressionism, An Art Movement for Our Age”, April 21, 2022

Art in Focus: “What the Heck is Techspressionism?” with Colin Goldberg. Hosted by Helen Harrison. YouTube, May 17, 2022.

Art in Focus: “Digital/Analog Hybrids” with Anne Spalter. Hosted by Helen Harrison. YouTube, May 3, 2022.

2021

Mountain Minds Monday, “Art, Technology & Emotion”, Tahoe Silicon Mountain YouTube Livestream. September 13, 2021.

Pollock-Krasner House & Study Center, “Technology and Art with Colin Goldberg”. Hosted by Joyce Raimondo with introduction by Helen Harrison YouTube,  March 8, 2021.

2019

The Parrish Art Museum: “Pechakucha Night Hamptons, Vol. 27”. March 15, 2019

2017

PBS Miami  – WPBT2, “Art Loft, Episode 338”. Air Date: June 16, 2015

PUBLICATIONS AND PERIODICALS

2022

The Southampton Press, “An Artistic Movement With Global Reach Has Very Local Roots” by Annette Hinkle, April 28, 2022 (Eastern Edition)

Dan’s Papers, “Techspressionism: A New Art Movement Comes to Southampton” by Oliver Peterson, April 20, 2022.

James Lane Post, “Colin Goldberg: Curator Of Techspressionism”, by Jessica Mackin-Cipro, May 24, 2022.

Art & Architecture Quarterly East End, “AAQ Portfolio: Techspressionism – Digital & Beyond”. Photographs by Jeff Heatley/AAQ. May 25, 2022.

Hamptons.com, “Techspressionism Digital & Beyond Art Opening at the Southampton Arts Museum” Photos by Rob Rich, May 3, 2022.

James Lane Post,  “‘Techspressionism: Digital & Beyond’ Opens At Southampton Arts Center”, April 25, 2022 (photo gallery)

James Lane Post,  “Techspressionism: Digital & Beyond At Southampton Arts Center, Curated By Colin Goldberg”, Spring 2022 Issue, p.3

East Hampton Star, “Expressive Technology in Southampton”, by Mark Segal, April 21, 2022

Shelter Island Reporter, “Island artist featured in new show: Opening reception Saturday in Southampton”, by Reporter Staff, April 20, 2022.

2021

Hamptons.com, “Colin Goldberg Captures The World with Techspressionism” by David Lion Rattiner. November 15, 2021.

Lenscratch, “Digital Mediations: Sherry Karver: Movement Interrupted”. By Aline Smithson. September 28, 2021.

Downtown Devil, “New art exhibit ‘Call Me Ishmael’ experiments with augmented reality” by Fernanda Galan. September 6, 2021.

Shelter Island Reporter, “Roz Dimon shares artistic innovation” by Jody Geist. July 23, 2021.

Artnet News, “Editors Picks” by Sarah Cascone. May 3, 2021

2020

Hamptons Real Estate Showcase, “Destruction and Creation: Abstract Techspressionism”, by Heather Buchanan. September 22, 2020.

Dan’s Papers, “Zen & The Art Of Women”, by Nicole Teitler. March 26, 2020.

2019

The Southampton Press, “Oz Van Rosen Featured In Group Show At The Whiteroom Gallery”. April 5, 2019.

2017

Northforker, “‘Hybrid’ exhibit at Alex Ferrone Gallery combines technology with tradition” by Vera Chinese. October 12, 2017

Beyond Photography, “Abstract Techspressionism – An Interview With Oz Van Rosen”

2014

Wired, “If Picasso Had A Macbook Pro”, by Kendra Vaculin. October 11, 2014

Hamptons Art Hub, “’Techspressionism’ Reflects Impact of Japanese Aesthetics”, by Eric Ernst. October 21, 2014

The East Hampton Star, “Colin Goldberg, Techspressionist”, by Jennifer Landes. October 14, 2014.

Colin Goldberg: Techspressionism. Exhibition catalog, published by Glenn Horowitz Bookseller (PDF download). 40 pages, full-color. Foreword by Helen Harrison, curator’s statement by Scott Bluedorn, 2014.

2011

Helen Harrison, Colin Goldberg: Techspressionism catalog introduction. July 2011.