Vincent D. Feldman, a life long resident of Philadelphia, has been photographing architecture and the urban landscape for three decades. In the early 1990s his focus on architecture began to be concentrated on issues that confront historic buildings in the city of Philadelphia and the myriad questions they pose. His detailed exploration of early to mid-modern society in Philadelphia, through the looking glass of its architectural presence is also a parallel examination of this nations tragic decline in the Common Good. The consistent attention in Feldman's photography has been in uncovering the meanings found in buildings that help reveal the nature of individual societies at particular places in time.
Feldman's first monograph book, City Abandoned: Charting the Loss of Civic Institutions in Philadelphia, was released in 2014. He received a Pew Fellowship in the Arts in 2001. His work is held in the Philadelphia Museum of Art and in museums and private collections internationally. He lives and works in Philadelphia where he is a Master Lecturer in Photography at The University of the Arts.
Class Schedule, Fall 2015
|M||04:00PM - 09:50PM||Digital Photography Workshop|
|04:00PM - 09:50PM|
04:00PM - 09:50PM
|Intro to Black & White Photo|
|T||10:00AM - 12:20PM||Collab:Imag Making/Pre-RevUSA|
|F||10:00AM - 11:20AM||Creative Practices|