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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   

Mary Engel, founder of APAG, with Judith Thompson, and APAG member and presenter of the 2017 Spotlight Award from the Griffin Museum of Photography.

Congratulatons to The Griffin Museum Focus Awardees: Mary Engel of APAG, Elizabeth Avedon, Beuford Smith and Paul Messier.   

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