Feinstein work now on exhibit at PDNB Gallery in Dallas

Woman stepping from car, 1948
Woman stepping from car, 1948

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 of the of the photographs from the show can be seen here.

From the gallery’s press release:

Boy with Chalked Numbers, NYC, 1956
Boy with Chalked Numbers, NYC, 1956

In the images presented in the PDNB Gallery exhibition, one can understand the artistry of taking the photograph at the right moment, the “decisive moment”. There are so many to capture in this bustling city! It is the artist that has the eye, intuition and the tools to snap that shutter in a magical instant. These images date throughout most of the 20th Century. The artists selected for this show have mostly lived in the city all of their lives. They captured in black and white, and later color, the energy and emotion reflected during the Great Depression, WWII, and the prosperous time of the 1950’s, the Vietnam War of the 1960’s and Disco era of the 70’s.

If you are in Dallas please stop by the gallery from January 11 – March 29th to visit the show. Opening reception January 11th 5-8PM

Swimming in Sand,  1950
Swimming in Sand, 1950
Park Ave, 1930 ©Morris Engel
Park Ave, 1930 ©Morris Engel

Street Scene, 1945 ©John Albok
Street Scene, 1945 ©John Albok

2 comments

  1. Art You Don’t Want to Miss, Harold Feinstein | Rfotofolio

    […] New York City is coming to Dallas from January 11 – March 29th at the PDNB(Photographs Do Not Bend) Gallery in Dallas.  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.  For more information on the show and to see more photos click here. […]

  2. Allan MacGregor

    More good news, Harold!!! A great idea for a show. Texas could use a shot of NY sensibilities!
    Hope you and Judith had a wonderful holiday! Allan & Barbara

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