Major Feinstein Retrospective: Mougins Centre for Photography, Arles Photo Festival - by Judith Thompson
Opening on June 30th and running through October 3rd, a 101 print Harold Feinstein retrospective entitled “The Wheel of Wonder” will be exhibited at
The sea change we’re seeing in this country and the world is unlike anything we’ve ever known. I am reminded of the the lines from Christopher Fry’s play The Sleep of Prisoners.
As I was looking through various quotes from Harold’s writings by way of bringing not only his face, but his words to this 89th birthday remembrance, I came across a transcript from a 1981 interview of him. In it he was sharing his thoughts about handling difficult events in life. It seemed so relevant to… Continue reading
Reflections on vulnerability, connection and art in a time of crisis: With gratitude to my friends - by Judith Thompson
But, I’m reaching out across cyberspace to connect with my face and voice from inside my home to inside your home during this unprecedented time on this planet in the year 2020.
And Jesus was a sailor When he walked upon the water And he spent a long time watching From his lonely wooden tower And when he knew for certain Only drowning men could see him He said “All men will be sailors then Until the sea shall free them” But he himself was broken Long… Continue reading
This post inaugurates a new occasional series we are launching called Spotlight on my students. The inspiration for doing this series came after Harold’s December 2012 book signing at Aperture Gallery. At that event over two-thirds of the people who attended turned out to be his former students and he was inspired to celebrate his… Continue reading