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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Reflections on Art, Hope and Healing dedicated to my daughter Robin Kovary - by Harold Feinstein

In 2001 the Mayo Clinic Art Collection acquired some of my work through The Julie Saul Gallery in New York and a few weeks ago I received a call from the collection’s director, Sally Enders, requesting permission for the work to be published in an up-coming book about the collection. Of course I am delighted.… 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

My book arrived! - by Harold Feinstein

Today I heard from Jason Landry over at Panopticon Gallery that my book Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective has arrived! I haven’t yet had a chance to lay my hands or eyes on it, so this picture will have to do for the moment even though I’m beside myself with antipication! I can smell the ink… 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

Getting ready for my retrospective show at Panopticon Gallery - by Harold Feinstein

This week I headed over to the Panopticon Gallery in Boston to sign prints for my upcoming show, which will open on September 14th. It’s scheduled to coincide with the release of my new retrospective book published by Nazraeli Press. The book will have 80 photographs and cover six decades of my small camera black… 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 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