Screenings and exhibitions in San Diego, London, Portland and Paris

Photo:  125th Street from elevated train, 1950.   Front cover of catalogue accompanying the exhibition Boardwalks, Beaches and Boulevards, David Hill Gallery, London.

February 16th & 18th

We’re excited about the West Coast premier of Last Stop Coney Island: The Life and Photography of Harold Feinstein  as part of the San Diego International Jewish Film Festival.  A number of the local news outlets, including the La Jolla Light,  have chosen it as one of the top five picks for this year’s festival.

There will be two screenings on February 16 @ 7:15 PM at The Museum of Photographic Arts and again on February 18th at the Clairemont Reading Cinema at 4:30 .Get more information and purchase tickets here.

In addition to the two screenings,  the Museum of Photographic Arts is hosting  MOPA in Focus: Selected Works by Harold Feinstein, a unique opportunity to view original photographs  from MOPA’s  Feinstein collection.  Attendees will enjoy the photographs up close, and learn more about Feinstein’s process.

The special viewing of photographs will take place from 6:15-7:15 at MOPA’s David C. Copley Atrium. A screening of the film will follow at 7:15 with guest speaker Deborah Klochklo, Executive Director of MOPA.  A second screening will take place on February 18th at The Clairemont Reading Cinema at 4:30 PM. Harold’s wife and director of the Trust,  Judith Thompson,  will be attending all the events.

February 28-April 24

The exhibition Harold Feinstein: Boardwalk, Beaches and Boulevards will open on February 28 at the David Hill Gallery in London.  The exhibition has been co-curated by Carrie Scott and David Hill.  It wil02-09-at-7.47.58-PM.png” alt=”” width=”184″ height=”96″ />The Maine Jewish Film Festival will be screening the film at the Portland Museum of Art on April 4th.  Up-dates will be posted on their website.  If you’re in New England and haven’t had a chance to catch the film yet, this will be another great opportunity.

 l run from February 28 – April 24th 2020. The exhibition will also feature a catalogue published by Ethos. Ink. It will be available soon!

April 4

Come to Paris in September for the third exhibition at Galerie Thierry Bigaignon!  Exact dates and details will be coming soon!