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The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography in Moscow to Represent Feinstein and Launch Major Retrospective Exhibition in September - by Judith Thompson

The Harold Feinstein Photography Studio is delighted to announce representation with The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography in Moscow. The Center will open a 120 print Feinstein retrospective in September 2014 in the largest of three exhibition spaces (6500 square feet). It will include all aspects of Feinstein’s black and white photography — from the… Continue reading

Feinstein work now on exhibit at PDNB Gallery in Dallas - by Judith Thompson

New York City is coming to Dallas. PDNB Gallery (Photos Do Not Bend) is featuring Harold’s work in it’s exhibit, New York City, opening this Saturday, January 11th. In addition to Harold’s work, the show will exhibit four other New York City photographers including John Albok, Morris Engel, Ruth Orkin and Neal Slavin. A few… Continue reading

Going for Gold. Awards Come in for Music of the People Campaign. - by Judith Thompson

In October this year, the studio received an email from Merve Selamet, senior copywriter with Havas Worldwide Turkey (the Turkish affiliate of Havas Worldwide, one of the largest integrated marketing communications agencies in the world). Their client, independent Turkish radio station, Acik Radyo, was beginning a campaign called Music of the People and had found… Continue reading

Harold Feinstein: “A Coney Island Summer” Opens at Panopticon Gallery July 12th - by Judith Thompson

With an opening reception on July 12th and running through the summer, Harold Feinstein: A Coney Island Summer will exhibit photographs from Harold’s Coney Island series as seen in his new award winning book Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective. Please join Harold at the gallery from 5:30-7:30 PM. Signed books will also be available. For more… Continue reading

Harold Feinstein Coney Island exhibit at Anne Reed Gallery until July 3, 2013 - by Judith Thompson

Anne Reed Gallery is exhibiting Harold Feinstein’s Coney Island work from May 22nd – July 3, 2013. The gallery, under the direction of Barbi Reed, has been a successful dealer of Harold’s black and white and color work for over a decade. Last September we shared the news that Anne Reed Gallery had facilitated the… Continue reading

Harold Feinstein: Retrospective receives PDN best photo book award - by Judith Thompson

Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective (Nazraeli Press) , the first career-spanning monograph showcasing the work of Harold Feinstein, is a winner in the PDN Photo Annual 2013 in the best Photo Book category. Every year, Photo District News (PDN), the magazine for photography professionals, honors the best photography from the past year in a variety of… Continue reading

The Cleveland Botanical Garden features 70 Feinstein umbrellas in springtime celebration! - by Judith Thompson

At last the long, cold winter has surrendered to the crocuses and daffodils and The Cleveland Botanical Gardens is celebrating with a blast of color from 70 Harold Feinstein Signature Collection umbrellas produced by Coynes Company. If you’re interested in your own umbrella to prepare for spring showers, you can buy them from Coynes directly… Continue reading

Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective selected as a Photo-Eye Best Book of 2012 - by Judith Thompson

We’re pleased to announce that Harold’s latest book, Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective was chosen as a Photo-Eye Best Book of 2012. The book was selected by Svetlana Bachevanova, a publisher at FotoEvidence, a platform to support documentary photographers: Decades before photojournalists were embedded with soldiers in Afghanistan, Feinstein was recording his experience serving as a… Continue reading

Book party and benefit poster sale at Aperture Gallery in New York - by Judith Thompson

Please join us for a book party and celebration at the Aperture Gallery and bookstore on Monday, December 17, 2012 from 6-9PM. The event is free and open to the general public. Please RSVP by email. Harold will share memories from a lifetime of photography with gathered friends, fans, former students and colleagues, including historian… Continue reading

Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective extended to the end of the year - by Judith Thompson

Due to the great response to Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective hanging at the Panopticon Gallery in Boston it has been extended through the end of the year. What began on September 14th as a packed house opening has continued to generate great buzz prompting gallery owner Jason Landry to keep the show up throughout the… Continue reading

Anne Reed Gallery facilitates acquisition of 52 large color botanical photographs - by Judith Thompson

Anne Reed Gallery, at the direction of one of the gallery’s generous clients, helped facilitate the installation of a large number of Harold Feinstein botanical prints at Stanford University’s new state-of-the-art Bing Concert Hall. This gallery a few years ago, was involved in the sale of several large format flower prints that were gifted to… Continue reading

UK’s The Independent features Feinstein as cover story for Sunday Review Magazine - by Judith Thompson

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 excitement of his up-coming retrospective book, Popham captures some of the twists and turns of… Continue reading

Nazraeli Press to publish Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective - by Judith Thompson

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 Feinstein’s career. Photographs from 1946 to 1996 will include some of his iconic Coney Island… Continue reading

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

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 also included photographs from Robert Capa and the ACME photo press agency. Two Boston reviewers… Continue reading

The Jewish Museum’s Photo League show receives high praise; Feinstein among contributors - by Judith Thompson

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 Camera”, Klein refers to the Photo League members as “a group of young, idealistic photographers,… Continue reading

The Feinstein Kickstarter campaign exceeds its goal - by Judith Thompson

Photo: Harold Feinstein and Jason Landry

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 Fitts, the Kickstarter campaign was launched in late August with 30 days to reach its… Continue reading

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

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 The New York Times “Lens” blog describes Feinstein’s work as “rife with youthful exuberance and… Continue reading

Harold Feinstein receives “The Living Legend Award” from the Griffin Museum of Photography - by Judith Thompson

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 first ever Living Legend award. In true form Feinstein regaled the crowd with stories and… Continue reading