The Tenderloin

About Keith Goldstein

Lives and works in New York City.
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5 Responses to The Tenderloin

  1. My heart fills with compassion. Yet I don’t know what I can do. But you, Keith, are doing something by showing us the realities and struggles of life in these portraits. You are raising awareness.

    • Thank you Audrey. I appreciate your words. I’ve been re-reading some writings from the late 1960s on social documentary photography. “Social documentary photography or concerned photography is the recording of how the world looks like, with a social and/or environmental focus. It is a form of documentary photography, with the aim to draw the public’s attention to ongoing social issues.” I am formulating a post on this.

  2. This looks like is it from a Dutch painting.

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