Master Lecturer, Photography
MFA, Tyler School of Art BFA, George Washington University
Terra Hall 1501D
Vincent D. Feldman’s practice is project based. It involves a vigorous creative and academic embrace of aspects of the built environment that can generate meaningful reflection on who we were, are now and hope to be as a culture. His passion and embrace for the architectural photograph captured in formats ranging from field and project documentation to fine art installation generate rewarding discoveries and appeals to broad audiences.
Feldman’s project on Philadelphia was published in 2014. City Abandoned: Charting the Loss of Civic Institutions in Philadelphia compiled the work of 13 years of photography within the neighborhoods of Philadelphia which suffered under a decades long policy of federal redlining, disinvestment and the failure to enforce its historic preservation codes and policy. This work received awards from the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia and AIA for its support of education and advocacy of historic preservation and by Graphis International for its design.
He is currently involved in producing Tokyo Mo-dan: The Enduring Legacy of Modern Architecture in Tokyo as well as a landscape project on the Wissahickon Valley. Feldman’s work is collected by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Smithsonian, and other major institutions. He is a 2001 recipient of the Pew Fellowship in the Arts.