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Carin Goldberg

Carin Goldberg was born in New York City and studied at the Cooper Union School of Art. She began her career as a staff designer at CBS Television, CBS Records and Atlantic Records before establishing her own firm, Carin Goldberg Design, in 1982.

Over the following two decades Carin designed hundreds of book jackets for all the major American publishing houses, including Simon & Schuster, Random House, Alfred A. Knopf, Farrar Straus & Giroux, Harper Collins, Doubleday and Hyperion, and dozens of album covers for record labels such as Warner Bros., Motown, Nonesuch, Interscope and EMI. The breadth of her work covers artists as diverse as Kurt Vonnegut and Susan Sontag, Dvorák and Madonna. Her book jacket for the 1986 reissue of James Joyce’s “Ulysses” has become an icon of postmodern design.

In recent years her image making has expanded to publication design and brand consulting for clients including AR and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. From 2003 to 2004 she was Creative Director at Time Inc. Custom Publishing, where she designed and consulted on publications for the New York Stock Exchange, Microsoft, Citigroup and Gallup. Her recent projects include design of the book “Last Letters Home: Voices of Americans from the Battlefields of Iraq” (Life Books, 2005) based on the HBO documentary.

Carin’s work has appeared in landmark surveys such as “Graphic Design in America” at the Walker Art Center (1989), “Mixing Messages” at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum (1996), and “By Its Cover: Modern American Book Cover Design” (Princeton Architectural Press, 2005), and she has been featured in Time, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Adweek, and every major design publication. She has lectured and exhibited internationally, and her work is in the permanent collections of the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris; the Cooper-Hewitt, New York; and the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, China. She has won hundreds of awards, including a silver medal from the Art Directors Club, and she has twice received the publishing industry’s prestigious Literary Marketplace Award. Most recently her book design for the School of Visual Arts Senior Library 2004 won a Gold Pencil from the One Club and was included in the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) 50 Books/50 Covers of 2006.

Carin began a two-year term as president of the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA/NY) in 2006; she served on the chapter’s board from 2002 to 2004. She has been a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI) since 1999 and serves on its board. She has taught at the School of Visual Arts in New York City since 1983. She is the author and designer of “Catalog” (Stewart, Tabori and Chang, 2001).

Education

B.F.A., Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York City, 1975

Current Experience

Principal, Carin Goldberg Design (established 1982).

Recent clients include: Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, City Bakery, School of Visual Arts, The Type Directors Club, Life Books/HBO (“Last Letters Home: Voices of Americans from the Battlefields of Iraq”).

Consultant, AR, 2006.
Brand consulting for the Gap.

Creative Director, Time Inc. Custom Publishing, 2003-2004.
Design of publications for New York Stock Exchange, Citigroup and Microsoft.

Consultant, Time Inc. Custom Publishing, 2000-2001.
Design of Gallup Management Journal.

Previous Experience

Carin Goldberg Design, 1982 to present.
Book and record cover design for clients including Motown Records, Interscope Records (The Wallflowers), Warner Bros. Records (Madonna), EMI (J. Geils Band), Simon & Schuster, Random House (Susan Sontag), Alfred A. Knopf, Farrar Straus & Giroux, Harper Collins, Doubleday (Kurt Vonnegut), Hyperion, Houghton Mifflin, Little Brown, Scribners, Pantheon, Atlantic Monthly Press.

Nonesuch Records, packaging design, 1985-1988.
Design of complete catalog; artists included Steve Reich, John Adams, Caetano Veloso and Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares.

Mademoiselle, editorial design, 1982.

CBS Records, packaging design, 1979-1981.
Design of record covers for artists including Glenn Gould, Yo-Yo Ma and Sly and the Family Stone.

Atlantic Records, packaging design, 1978.
Design of record covers for artists including Bette Midler and Chic.

CBS Records, advertising design, 1977.
Design and art direction of promotion for artists including Patti LaBelle, Carole King, and Earth Wind and Fire. 

Affiliations    

President, American Institute of Graphic Arts New York Chapter, 2006–2008.
Served on board from 2002 to 2004.

Member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI), 1999 to present.
Currently serving on International Executive Committee.

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