Street Photography: Personal History and Transition

Street Photography: Personal History and Transition
Wednesday, April 29, 2015 | 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Speakers: Keith Goldstein
Event Type: Photography
Skill Level: Intermediate
Location: B&H Event Space
Online registration for this event has been closed.
You can still get on the waitlist.
Please arrive 15-30 minutes early.
Even if we feel alone, we do not work in a vacuum. Every person we meet, everything we touch, eat, smell, see, and read enters our subconscious. I am always surprised by this, to discover something within my own work, that might have been so obvious to others, but oblivious at the time to me. I will present through my own work, how ideas, technology, history – personal and global, somehow enter and distill into our imagery whether we are aware of it or not.

About Keith Goldstein

Lives and works in New York City.
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15 Responses to Street Photography: Personal History and Transition

  1. Sounds really interesting; wish I could be there!

  2. Amazing! Have a good time with the audiance!
    Oliver 2.0

  3. pm says:

    I wish I could stump the air fare Keith, having recently seen the Time video Photographing World Trade Tourists I imagine this will be fascinating, not to say your work doesn’t speak for it’s self of course. All the best.

  4. Patti Kuche says:

    So hoping there will be a next time!!! Not in the city . . . Am sure it will be wonderful for everyone!

  5. loisajay says:

    Did not have time to open this before I had to leave for work this morning. Hope it went well, Keith. B&H is a huge favorite of both my husband and my son. So wish I could have been there!

  6. Adam Isler says:

    Sorry I missed this… 😦

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