The Paris Gallery, Thierry Bigaignon is exhibiting 21 pictures of Harold Feinstein taken between 1960 & 1980 in New York. His work gives off the strong and simple empathy of the stroller. Feinstein is among those looking at life with love. I dont know if Harold Feinstein saw himself as a poet, Did he think of the link between text and images? Peter Galassi ex photography curator at Moma found this link in the work of BrassaÏ. He tied photography to the danse of curiosities magnified by words. Feinstein looks at humankind this way. He immortalises the simple sunday pleasures, […]
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