At Home in NY and Latin America:
“The resulting images, evocative fragments with concentric theatrical allusions, are distilled from a larger story, a kind of conceptual narrative..Many of the prints have an harmonious palette of oxidized sienas and blues reminiscent of worn pplaster walls that hint at stories hidden within the layers. Each series is a meditation on a theme intimated by a metaphorical title, and each registers a kind of personal handwriting, one which reveals her unique visiion.” Paolo Barbaro
Reviews: Flashart, La Repubblica, Gente, Arteculura di Milano, RAI, L’Unita’ di Bologna, The Architect’s Newspaper – John Baldacchino, Palimpsest, Paolo Barbaro and David Levi Strauss.
“To be able to make meaning of this diverse visual experience is humbling. What is even more humbling is the majesty by which these images come together and carry a far greater meaning than we could ever imagine as indiciauls marvelling at the dreams of our forebears.” John Baldachino
“But there is always more going on than meets the eye, for the city is a living, breathing organism, with many things happening at the same time. Goldring’s images give us a sense of this again and again, in the fluid passing from light to dark, utility to decoration, old to new…But Goldring’s images of Parma are primarily those of a lover contemplating a beloved, for memory’s sake.” David Levi Strauss
“They are the tools of an understanding located in a discrete zone – somewhere between philology and an impression of reality, an understanding that must never be lost..” Paolo Barbaro