Rebecca Goldfarb’s conceptual undertakings are realized in a range of media including sculpture, photography and installation. Her projects explore the notion of 'implying more' both visually and conceptually, inviting in the mechanics of language and perception to investigate the acts of seeing and thinking.
Rebecca has recently reengaged with 500 Capp Street, the former residence of artist David Ireland, and is leading the docent training program for the 500 Capp Foundation. She will be curating a selection of objects from Ireland’s archive for an exhibition titled “Open to Interpretation.” Rebecca has exhibited with venues ranging from Gallery Nora Fitch, Buenos Aires; the Orange County Museum, CA; Stanford University, CA; the San Francisco Museum of Art, CA and the Art Museum of Los Gatos, CA. Previously represented locally by Eli Ridgway Exhibitions, now Eli Ridgway Contemporary Art; with work recently exhibited at The Battery, San Francisco. Rebecca works as a volunteer firefighter and has been a longtime supporter of Southern Exposure, serving as a member of the Board of Trustees and continues to support the organization as an Advisory Board Member.