There have been a number of lovely tributes to Harold posted online, and we wanted to share some of them with you:
First, a special thank you to our friend Ted Forbes of The Art of Photography, who also published a lovely tribute to Harold on his birthday in April, for his video eulogy:
You can view the video and leave comments either on The Art of Photography website or on Ted’s Youtube channel.
The International Center of Photography (ICP), which has seventy five Feinstein prints in their permanent collection, posted about Harold on their blog, Fans in a Flashbulb.
Jason Landry, who represents Harold at Panopticon Gallery and led the Kickstarter campaign for Harold’s retrospective book, shared this In Memoriam piece.
Photo District News (PDN) published this obituary.
Our friends at Rfotofolio posted a tribute to Harold, and have been re-posting past interviews and features about Harold, to their blog.
Fred Kahl, aka The Great Fredini (he’s the gent in the top hat in this photo from his days in the Coney Island Circus Sideshow), shared a lovely remembrance on his blog.
Update 7/1: Here are some new pieces that have been published since our original post:
The New York Times obituary
Elin Spring Photography blog
L’Oeil de la Photographie / The Eye of Photography
The Duke University Libraries posted this remembrance, focusing on Harold’s days in the Jazz Loft apartment in NYC, and their interview archives with Harold on the subject.
The San Francisco Examiner published this article, focusing on Harold’s time as a designer for Blue Note Records.