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Jack Goldstein, Post-Pop Pioneer, Dies at Fifty-Seven

Jack Goldstein, an artist whose performances, short films, paintings, and sound pieces of the late 1970s and early '80s helped define the early stages of postmodernist art, died on Friday at his home in San Bernardino, writes Roberta Smith in the New York Times. Goldstein, who had struggled for many years to overcome drug dependency and depression, committed suicide, said Brian Butler, the Los Angeles art dealer who represented him. He was fifty-seven.

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