David Hill Gallery reopened its doors on 18 June, presenting Boardwalks, Beaches and Boulevards, dedicated to the monochrome work of American photographer Harold Feinstein. In the 2015 New York Times obituary celebrating his life, Harold Feinstein was declared “one of the most accomplished recorders of the American experience”, yet much of his photography is largely unknown. While influenced by the likes of W. Eugene Smith and Henri Cartier-Bresson, Feinstein was not a photographer who would stand back and observe, unnoticed by his subjects. In fact, in nearly every image, Feinstein’s proximity to his subject is clear. It is this physical...
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