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Photos by Harold Feinstein Displayed in Moscow
12.09.2014 11:42
Photos by Harold Feinstein Displayed in Moscow

The Lumiere Brothers Photography Center opens the American Sandbox exhibition of the internationally acclaimed street photography master. 

Most of the photos by Harold Feinstein are dedicated to his native Coney Island - the peninsula that was constantly changing under the influence of emigrants from different parts of the world. It was a figurative sandbox for the “childhood” of America as a nation. 

Harold Feinstein was interested not only the urbanistic landscapes softened with the ocean, beach and bright sun, but also with people’s portraits and scenes of their life. His first retrospective exhibition in Moscow will also include rare photos made in the years of Korean war, still life photos, and nudes.  

The exhibition runs from September 12 to October 26.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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