In the 2015 New York Times obituary celebrating his life, Harold Feinstein was declared “one of the most accomplished recorders of the American experience”, and yet much of his photography is principally unknown. That is now beginning to change. A renaissance of his remarkable work is currently underway as evidenced by the feature length documentary Last Stop Coney Island: The Life and Photography of Harold Feinstein which had its world premiere at DOCNYC to a sold out crowd. The film premiered in London on May 15th at Dochouse at Curzon Bloomsbury, timed to coordinate with the first ever UK exhibition […]
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