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Headed to the front, Pusan, Korea, 1952

What to remember: Reflections on Memorial Day 2021   2

A couple sits on a Coney Island boardwalk bench with the Wonder Wheel ferris wheel in the background, New York, 1980.

What’s the July 4th week-end without Coney Island? Will apple pie be the next to go?   

Five timeless years: Describing the state of our soul   10

“Make Freedom Real”: James Baldwin on art, truth and change in America   

Five alive and one in a coffin; coming home from Korea, 1953

Different kinds of war: Reflections on Memorial Day 2020   3

Pink Rose Bush, 1999

Roses and prayers for Therese on Mother’s Day, 2020   4

Twin Suns on Misty River’s  Edge, Ringoes, NJ, 1962  In the ICP permanent collection

Earth Day at 50: A Hush Across the Land   15

Happy 89th Birthday Harold! Remembering what’s important   6

125th Street from elevated train, 1950

A Love Letter to New York: We Stand With You!   

Reflections on vulnerability, connection and art in a time of crisis: With gratitude to my friends   

“No rent, no cockroaches, no tomorrow”: Celebrating Valentine’s Day 2020   

Cramped Conditions, Ship to Korea, 1953

“They were all missing someone”: Harold Feinstein’s Korean photographs, Veteran’s Day 2019   

HOMECOMING!! “Last Stop Coney Island” at the Coney Island Film Festival!   

Judith and Harold share a kiss at Harold’s Tribute party, 2014, © Ryan Sanborn

“It’ll always be the first kiss”: Memories for Valentine’s Day 2019   

“Last Stop Coney Island” featured at Newburyport Doc Festival February 17   

Last Stop Coney Island: The Life and Photograph of Harold Feinstein movie poster

“Last Stop Coney Island” SOLD OUT! Second screening scheduled on November 15!   

Last Stop Coney Island: The Life and Photograph of Harold Feinstein movie poster

“Last Stop Coney Island: The Life and Photography of Harold Feinstein” will premier at DOC NYC November 14th   

Just a few of the great media pieces accompanying the exhibition:  Harold Feinstein: Contagious Optimism (February 2-April 30) ©Serge Ricco,2017

Happy New Year! Looking back on 2017 and forward to 2018   

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