News

UK’s The Independent features Feinstein as cover story for Sunday Review Magazine

Sep 3, 2012

Author and feature writer Peter Popham wrote a wonderful article about Harold’s photography that appeared as the feature story in the Sunday Review magazine of The Independent newspaper. Tracking Harold’s career from the early days in Brooklyn to the current… Continue reading  

Nazraeli Press to publish Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective

Mar 1, 2012

Nazraeli Press, a premier publisher of contemporary photography books, will be the new publisher for Feinstein’s historic black and white work. Scheduled to be ready by September 1, 2012, Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective, will consist of 80 duotone plates spanning… Continue reading  

“Grunts: The GI Experience” opens at Panopticon Gallery highlighting Feinstein’s Korea War photographs

Dec 28, 2011

Appropriately opened on the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Panopticon Gallery‘s current show, entitled Grunts, consists of 44 wartime photos. Half of them come from Feinstein’s portfolio of Korean War photos. Curated by Jim Fitts, the show… Continue reading  

The Jewish Museum’s Photo League show receives high praise; Feinstein among contributors

Dec 1, 2011

Noting that is was sixty years ago that the Photo League fell victim to McCarthyism, curator Mason Klein pays tribute to the 15 years of Photo League “trailblazing” in the show currently hanging at the Jewish Museum. Entitled “The Radical… Continue reading  

Photo: Harold Feinstein and Jason Landry

The Feinstein Kickstarter campaign exceeds its goal

Nov 1, 2011

With nearly 400 contributors and over $40,000 raised, the Feinstein Kickstarter project exceeded its fundraising goal by over $5,000 ensuring the publication of his first black and white monograph. The brainchild of Panopticon Gallery’s Jason Landry and photo collector Jim… Continue reading  

The New York Times, American Photo, NPR join the chorus of support for Feinstein’s Kickstarter campaign

Oct 20, 2011

Riding the wave of public interest generated by the Kickstarter Campaign to raise funds for the publication of Feinstein’s first black and white monograph, some major media institutions have been contributing their own enthusiasm to the initiative. Evan Sklar of… Continue reading  

Harold Feinstein receives “The Living Legend Award” from the Griffin Museum of Photography

Oct 5, 2011

It was a gala evening at the Exchange Center in downtown Boston on October 2, 2011. Hundreds of people came to see Griffin Museum’s annual Focus Awards and honor four awardees, among them Harold Feinstein who, at 80, received the… Continue reading  

Menu